Set in the gorgeous Horniman Conservatory with eucalyptus, ferns and all manor of gorgeous foliage framing the aisle and altar, not to mention making up the majority of the bouquets, along with some protea stems for an added pop of colour.
Bride Emma wore a simple, but incredibly chic Charlie Brear gown, and her bridesmaids looked fierce in white and nude asymmetrical AQ/AQ dresses.
The whole wedding is a botanical dream, and will have you swooning from start to finish.
I imagine this woodland wedding at The Dreys in Kent is a far cry from how the Royal wedding between Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle will look today, but what I’m certain both will have in common is undeniable style and love oozing out of them.
Have you seen bride Dani’s Grace Loves Lace bridal gown? She looks an absolute vision. The geometric pattern and open back is to die for, as is the outdoor ceremony with Persian rugs and bunting decor. You can just tell a whole lot love and hard work has been poured into making this a day to remember.
As well as their keen eye for detail Dani and Jason didn’t loose sight of their guests enjoyment, throwing them one hell of a festival themed celebration with live music, late night pizza and a cheese tower wedding cake.
Capturing all the magic as it unfolded was the lovely Fern Edwards, who fully embraced the couples desire to have smoke bomb portraits and the results are epic.
Anna and Ben’s intimate, stylish London wedding is just the slice of cool we need for a Wednesday morning. The creative pair held their big day on a modest budget, but with some savvy venue hunting and one VERY generous bridesmaid, the pair pulled of the wedding of their dreams, which is what it’s all about. Your dreams, your day, your way.
I’m pretty sure you’re going to love the succulent filled bouquets, Anna’s cohesive design work which ties every element of the big day together beautiful, and the Krispy Kreme tower which seem to be having a bit of a come back at the moment. Donuts are the new cupcakes…again…
Images come from the wonderful Fern Edwards whose style matches the chilled vibe of Anna & Ben’s day to an absolute tee. Enjoy lovely ones and anyone who is searching for a London venue with a low minimum spend – then do check out The Refinery.
*Set the scene* A balmy and overcast Autumn afternoon in the charming Provencal French mini-estate belonging to Bride Daisy’s father is where this intimate outdoor ceremony took place. As you can imagine it’s already a really special place, but to say your vows surrounded by your loved ones, with your best man conducting the ceremony and providing the music along with your bridesmaid must have been soo sentimental. Not to mention standing in front of that gorgeous old wooden door altar.
The fabulous rustic decor carried on through out the day with chalkboard direction signs, flowers in crates & watering cans and the most adorable use of wood slices & scrabble tiles. All styled by the bride & groom I might add.
If you’ve had a sneak peek of the slider before reading the intro, you’ll have probably clocked the Bridesmaids gorgeous tulle skirt & lace top separates, a look we’ve totally fallen for. So much so we’ve decided to bring you a post all about the look later this week, so stay tuned!
Fern Edwards dreamy photography style has really captured the essence of this day, and made me ooh and ahh the whole way through, so get ready to swoon too.
Brighton-based Anna and Will got married at the green and rustic Chateau Rigaud in South West France. It looks like the perfect intimate and relaxed wedding, steeped in personal touches and beautiful blooms. Not to mention the picturesque surroundings and all the excellent French cuisine that was on offer.
I love the off shoulder detail on the bridesmaids midnight blue dresses, and Anna’s incredibly sassy split she incorporated into the tulle skirt of her custom made wedding dress. Finishing off their outfits perfectly with oversized bouquets full of delicious peach florals and coral peonies.
Everything just oozes elegance, captured beautifully by Fern Edwards Photography and culminating in a heaving dance floor and delicious looking croquembouche wedding cake.