This evening we have a special offer for our Rock My Wedding readers from the lovely Amy at Especially Amy. We have featured so many beautiful weddings from Especially Amy and she always works with the most gorgeous couples and weddings. This classic day at the Rectory Hotel was a firm favourite with the team and the pictures capture all those perfect little moments. We were also swooning over the colour pops at this French affair for Claire & Hugh. The pictures were full of so much joy and the venue was to die for.
This summer wedding at Merriscourt in Oxfordshire is a sea of pastel pink prettiness. With the blooms by Rowan Blossom certainly bringing the wow factor. Apologies if you now rethink your floral arrangements after seeing the tall centrepieces adorning the barn reception and bouquets full of roses, hydrangers, blossom, snapdragons, cornflower and ranunculus.
I’m also absolutely in love with the silhouette of Gemma’s ‘Chartres’ Charlie Brear gown. It’s classic, sexy, and fits her like a glove. And by her side looking stunning her best girl in pink Dessy bridesmaid dresses.
Such a sweet wedding, for an adorable couple, all captured beautifully by Especially Amy.
First setting my heart a flutter is Bride Heather’s Inbal Dror wedding dress that she travelled all the way to Ireland to try on. It literally fits her like a glove and is both elegant and sexy. I adore the delicate lace and the low back is stunning.
Next giving me palpitations are the blooms by Flowers by Passion who are part of RMW’s recommended supplier directory, The Love Lust List. Between the pink hued bouquets, immense floral arch, staircase garland and heart wreath I think your pinning fingers are going to be extremely busy.
A bride with an actual cape. Oh my days! It is IMMENSE. You just need to take a minute or two to stop and look at this gorgeous affair with beautiful maids in sequins and a super sartorially hot couple.
Angela and David now live in Oz but they couldn’t resist returning home to London to wed and to celebrate in the city that still remains so close to their hearts. They chose The Rosendale which by coincidence was a local to some of their friends and Angela’s brother and said ‘I DO’ surrounded by twinkly lights and their nearest and dearest.
I just love the chic sophistication of this big day…and their flower girls are very sweet too!
Are any of you lovely lot currently planning a destination wedding? It feels to me like more and more people get married abroad now, particularly in Italy. It’s almost a weekly thing that we get to visit the country of passion, via gorgeous photography of course. Eileen and David’s big day is stunning, al fresco dining under the trees, crisp white table linen and as dusk fell the festoon lights began to twinkle…you can see why it’s such an attractive proposition! And wait until you see the incredible views from their venue…
I really really do love a green and pink wedding colour theme; it’s super pretty but fresh at the same time and has a timelessness that won’t date as the years roll by. Combine this with an exquisite venue such as The Rectory Hotel and you’ve got a match made in heaven which is pretty much how I’d describe the nuptials of Fiona and Tom.
Full of fun and whimsical details such as the beautiful floral inspired stationery by Berin Made and the supersized balloons that are dotted around the venue, there’s just so much inspiration to take away from this ‘I Do’ – look out for the heart door wreath; it is particularly lovely!
I know I always say it, but at-home weddings really are special. If you’re fortunate enough to be able to hold your reception at home, then do it!!! It allows you complete freedom and creative control and the party can be as wild as you like!
Sam & Adam’s choice of a white stretch tent is just perfect for their elegant English country garden setting, that Adam’s parents worked hard at to get it looking so beautiful for the big day, and I love that it’s been filled with blousey pink peonies and foliage – the whole look is just lovely.
Elena and Neil’s destination French wedding is perhaps one of the most eloquently executed woodland themed wedding I’ve seen on these pages. I’m telling you, once you cast your peepers on the tablescapes folks you’ll be blown away!
It’s clear from looking at all of the delicious details in this big day that Elena poured her heart and soul into all of the planning – from the romantic candle ceremony to the rose chandelier hanging from the trees as she and Neil said I do. Everything has been created with the greatest care and love.
Perhaps my favourite element of this wedding – from purely a decor perspective that is – is the totally bespoke ‘confetti bar’ that the pair provided for their guests. From ‘devotion’ to ‘virtue’ and so on and so forth, guests could choose which ‘blessings’ they wanted to bestow upon the lucky couple. Such a brilliant idea!
What would you choose?
It’s hot, hot, hot peeps… So I thought I’d serve up a wedding for you all that is cool. In more ways than one.
And cool because, well, this is a winter wedding. Michelle and Richard married back in January (the whitest January on record!) at Babington House. They chose their venue because they could take over the whole place, stay the night and have breakfast the next day.
I like their style…