The capture of real groom Eliot collapsing to his knees as he sees his bride Purity walking down the aisle at their Devonshire Terrace wedding is priceless. Nataly J Photography you are a genius behind the lens. We love all their couples portraits at St Dunstans in the East too. Not only are they incredibly beautiful, but they are seriously stylish too. Trust us, you won’t be able to stop yourself from being filled with joy as you pore over their incredible city wedding. Just wait until you see the rooftop reception with drapes, foliage and ghost chairs. Wow.
BUDGET £17.5 – 20K
A rustic wedding full of traditions at The Oak Tree of Peover with dusky pink bridesmaid dresses paired beautifully with the gypsophila bouquets, two gorgeous bridal dresses and the most perfectly styled decor. Every detail of this spring wedding has been carefully thought through and looks so delicate and effortless, from the wooden pallet order of the day to the deliciously decorated naked wedding cake.
If you’re at the beginning of your planning journey, or just at the beginning or day dreaming about your choice of wedding flowers then this is for you. Spending hours pinning images from around the web of floral colours, seasonal textures and decor ideas is one of the best parts of the whole trip. But once you’re ready to book that florist, it helps to have on hand exactly which ways you wish to use your choice of blooms. Using this list to decide upon your perfect combination will not only make your first meetings with your florist a breeze, but will also help you to set expectations and keep within budget.
A relaxed, industrial style city wedding with a beautiful fairy light backdrop for this bride and her groom. Located in London this summer ceremony was held at Alfege church, with the couple and their guests then walking together to Greenwich pier for a boat ride over to the reception. Trinity Buoy Wharf played host to this beautiful celebration which was filled with fairy lights and flowers all put together by the bride with jam jar centrepieces on the tables and two gorgeous flower arrangements to sit on top of the wine barrels. The wine was extra special at this reception with the bride’s sister living in South Africa the couple opted for a wine-themed table plan and named each table after a different South African vineyard. This allowed the guests to sample different wines across the tables that each complemented their meal and added to this personalised day. This summer city wedding is all captured perfectly by Helen Jane Smiddy.
Summer may be creeping up on us, but this Christmas wedding is giving us all the winter feels. A tea-length bride dress with an ostrich feather hem was the perfect choice for this beautiful seasonal celebration. A cosy affair with just 35 guests made up of close friends and family. The Georgian country venue, Hillmount House, in Northern Ireland was the perfect venue for this intimate wedding weekend – including the two pet dogs who attended! The long banquet table was littered in warming candles with gold candlesticks and jewel coloured florals, finished off with a hanging flower and foliage chandelier above head. It looks so warm and cosy, just proof that small weddings can be just as beautiful as big ones!
We all need a little escapism every now and then, and today’s bohemian elopement captured by Mneme Photography will most definitely offer you that. Featuring dried flowers in neutral tones, and an added pop of blue hydrangeas decorating the intimate sweetheart table. Plus, the perfect boho wedding dress, bridal hat and floral bridal boots. As well as a donkey with a flower crown, because, we love it when weddings include a furry friend. Enjoy.
What could be more intimate than a mountain wedding with just, you, your beau and a few close friends? Add the spectacular scenery and some sustainable decor and flowers and you have one romantic, carefully considered celebration on your hands. Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Well, not when you have the event planning and photography skills of Verena of Written in the Stars and Maria Luise Bauer to bring this vision to life. It’s certainly given us some food for thought.