Valentines Day has just passed but we’re still feeling the love and absolutely smitten with this incredible Spring Equinox inspiration at Thorpe Manor by Sian from Revival Rooms. The floral arrangements have completely taken our breath away, and as for the mosaic bath and edible flower wedding cake, that’s every girl’s dream ‘me time’ right there isn’t it… apart from perusing Rock My Wedding of course!
Super competitive couple Charlotte and Ben run marathons in their spare time, so naturally their wedding day was high energy, with a couple of contests thrown in for good measure. From wedding bake offs, with actual medals, to the tug of war, the whole day was about everyone getting involved and having fun. And it’s clear from everyone’s faces that they had a wonderful day!
As well as Amy Fanton’s dreamy images, the couple chose This Modern Revelry to film their big day. According to Charlotte the wonderful Laura & Alan made them ‘feel like the lead singers in our very own music video.’ Which is surely exactly what you want from your wedding film?! It’s a lovely day, with beautiful styling and fabulous fashion choices (including Needle & Thread bridesmaids dresses), so I think it’ll be right up your street…
If you’re in desperate need of sun, sea and sand, then this dreamy destination wedding in Corfu is for you. Taking inspiration from the county’s natural colour scheme, Julia & Stas opted for crisp white, pastel blues and green foliage to decorate their wedding in Greece. Julia even chose a powder blue Hayley Paige bridal gown which was utter perfection with is layers of tulle and spaghetti strap lace bodice.
The lovely Rosmarin Wedding and Events executed the whole day beautifully. The tablescape with taper candles, geode name place settings, coloured goblets and floral garlands are PIN-tastic! As is the floral arch for the outdoor ceremony altar. And as for those golden beach couple portraits by Mikhail Balygin – wow! Literally jaw dropping-ly beautiful. Enjoy.
How utterly dreamy is new wedding venue Hale Park in Hampshire? Answer, very!
Not only is the building its self grand and utterly timeless, but the grounds are picture perfect too, Beautifully portrayed in all the wonderful captures by Charlotte Wise Photography.
The fashion from Hannah Elizabeth Bridal Boutique including a Tara Keely bridal gown and Rachel Simpson shoes, add to the elegance, and the hair and makeup by Frances Moore MUA and JMS Hair Design are absolutely flawless.
Add a bouquet of dreams in soft pinks and blues by Jo Hicks Flowers and you really do have some gorgeous bridal inspiration to feast your eyes upon. Can I also say if I received a wedding invitation like this one from Peony & Rose it would never come off my mantel piece #goals.
Hands up if you’ve ever played the game what would you do if you were stranded on an island? Well how about getting married on one?! Temple Island in Oxfordshire is simply magical and most definitely brings the wow factor to this couples outdoor ceremony. Add a glasshouse marquee covered in foliage and copper accents, and you have a mesmerising display of botanical beauty.
Our leading lady and man are the adorable Tamara and Tom. Who look utterly divine together. Tamara’s braided up do with gypsohhila detail is incredible and will certainly get your pinning fingers twitching.
Each image by Belle and Beau photography in their delicate fine art photography style, beautifully illustrates the love and wonderment of this unique wedding on the Thames.
Isn’t this inspiration shoot just dreamy?! I’ve discovered a new florist crush, Kim Morgan of Gatherer is just so talented. I’m loving the wild installation she has created here, and that bouquet is all kinds of gorgeous too.
Images come from the lovely Georgina Harrison who has captured everything here on film, which just adds another dimension of beauty to the photography.
The wedding of Bride Terri a.k.a Summer Lily Studio to her beau Paul is simply stunning. When you view the tablescape you’ll be forgiven for thinking it’s a shoot it’s that perfect. Pan out to to whole marquee reception and you can see a whole lot-a-love, style and planning was put in to make it so special.
Cue help from industry friends Claire Clarke Weddings, White Emporium, and not forgetting Terri’s mum who by the sounds of it was an absolute legend and quite a dab hand with a can of spray paint, and you will understand even more why everything is so beautiful, and ran so smoothly.
Terri looks absolutely stunning in both her bridal gowns. I love the tulle and lace on the Pronovias gown and the backless feature on the Katie May gown is absolutely breathtaking. I think if I had the chance to wear both I would have definitely jumped at it too. As for her best girls, I don’t think she could have found a more apt. peach, sequin gown from ASOS, perfectly mirroring the colour scheme and cooper and rose gold decor and details at the wedding.
An absolutely gorgeous display of rustic romance and dreamy fine art photography captured beautifully by Terri’s friend Lauren from Sung Blue Photography.
I am loving the move towards more organic homegrown florals for weddings. We live in such an incredible place where the most gorgeous blooms can be grown and there’s a group of super talented florists out there who are really championing this. Jade of Fallen Flower Design sent us this shoot after attending a course with The Garden Gate Flower Company and Tinge Floral and you can see in the images from Kathryn Hopkins that she had a truly inspirational time. RMW will be speaking at the next course with The Garden Gate Flower Company so if anyone reading this interested in coming along then you can find more info here. The course is open to everyone – florists, stylists, photographers, Brides who may have caught the wedding bug while planning their own big day 😉
This shoot is extra special because photographer Kathryn shoots on film so the images have that gorgeous dreamy tone to them and model Laura, is a blogger who happens to be getting married next year! It’s just all so lovely and brimming with inspiration for you.
Iceland seems to be a place that’s just everywhere at the moment, it’s become one of those artist’s must-go destinations as it just seems to conjure up a new level of creativity in people. It’s not hard to understand why, when you see the incredible scenery and sunlight, not to mention the Northern Lights! The combination of the elements is amazing too – snow, sunshine, sea and mountains
all meet and the results are mind blowing.
We love the idea of eloping there, it would feel like a magical adventure with the universe blessing your marriage. This inspiration shoot has made me want to visit Iceland just as much as it has made me want to elope! Enjoy the incredible images from Rebecca Douglas, and apologies in advance for any wanderlust they may evoke…