BUDGET £17.5 – 20K
This pastel pretty inspiration comes with an incredibly dreamy alert.
I have to say if you’ve already chosen your bridal look, you may want to look away as I’m pretty sure, one glance at these couture gowns, statement jewellery, and stunning styling from Jean Jackson Couture and you may very well reconsider.
Emma Pilkington Photography has done a stellar job at capturing all things luxurious, elegant and damn right divine. I mean those flowers, cakes and stationery deserve a paragraph all on their own. The details!
Once you’ve swooned over these beautiful captures, I highly recommend you check out the new Rue de Seine Wild Heart bridal collection too.
We’ve something a little different here. The wedding of Kim & Otaso is written by both the bride and the wedding planner and stylist, Beattie Bailey.
This really is a beautiful and flower-filled garden wedding at Cowdray House, West Sussex. Both the Bride and Groom look stunning and utterly smitten. Kim wears an RMW fave, Suzanne Neville.
Once upon a time some of the wedding industry’s finest got together and created this incredibly romantic inspiration shoot to wash over you and fill your heart, so sit back relax and get ready to swoon and sigh.
From the beautiful blush blooms by Joanne Truby, to the stylish but timeless wedding attire by Cherry Williams, and not forgetting the fairytale Notley Abbey wedding venue, every last detail is executed to perfection by the oh so talented Sudari, a.k.a The Wedding Stylist perfectly encapsulating the blushing bride vision.
I am 100% a bohemian girl at heart, so when this gorgeous shoot coordinated by fashion-forward Manchester based bridal boutique Jean Jackson Couture landed in my inbox, I fell head over heels. The veils and capes are available exclusively at the boutique and oh my goodness I’m dying over the gold sequinned number…I need it in my wardrobe. The outfit opportunities are endless and I’d LOVE to feature a real bride wearing it! The gold tinged veil too – SO amazing.
This morning’s wedding is one which is very close to our hearts because it’s packed full of suppliers we’ve worked with for numerous years, who we are now lucky enough to call friends. Gorgeous Bride Lisa runs her own stationery and design company and creates gorgeous wedding stationery day in and day out, so we always knew her wedding would be beautiful. Then you throw in the styling prowess of Sundari, The Wedding Stylist, whose own wedding planning journey we shared on these very pages, and you’ve got yourself one seriously elegant, cohesively styled wedding. Lisa looks absolutely stunning in her Anna Campbell Bridal gown and the gorgeous Maid of Honour? That’s our very own Becky – who had her second little boy just weeks before the big day! We KNOW, she’s amazing.
There’s so much gorgeousness to bring you that we’ve got a special feature on the design and details coming up on Sunday, so do check back at the weekend to read more. And if you love Lisa’s stationery as much as we do then you’ll be pleased to know that she has made Skye one of her house collections – you can see it in full here. But for now, I strongly urge you to get comfortable because this is one wedding you’ll want to savour…
Inspired by the beauty and colours of the landscapes and chateaus in the South of France, photographer Emma Pilkington put together the ideas for this dreamy, fine art inspiration shoot that is just pure escapism and pretty.
Set at the gorgeous Hassop Hall in Derbyshire, and working alongside a wealth of talented suppliers they’ve come up with some truly beautiful inspiration to set your heart a flutter and those creative juices flowing.
Elegant satin and lace Kate Beaumont wedding gowns, fabulous Emmy London shoes, stunning Debbie Carlisle’s Secret Garden and Enchanted hair vines, and the prettiest bridal bouquets by Swallows and Damsons.
You will also immediately rethink your table settings after you see the gorgeous rustic set up styled by Nina Marika with fruits, flowers and candles.
Sit back, relax and get those pinning fingers ready.