This caramel, raspberry and rust wedding theme has to be one of the most delicious colour combinations we have ever seen, complemented with black and gold accents to give it even more impact. From the wedding flowers, through to the table decor and bridal headdress, you are going to be wowed from start to finish. Organised by Rock My Wedding recommended supplier, Elizabeth Weddings and featuring many more of our recommended suppliers. Now, are you sitting comfortably?
BUDGET £5 – 10K
As we slowly transition from Summer to Autumn, with it comes darker evenings, autumnal hues and dappled light, all of which are portrayed and captured beautifully by Esme Whiteside at this Giraffe Shed workshop. The contemporary barn wedding venue has high ceilings, large windows and a wonderful open-plan space, perfect for hanging ornate spiral flower installations, displaying delicious cakes and setting up intimate tablescapes. But if you don’t believe us, just look at the images and styling below and see for yourself, you won’t regret it! Probably best to get your pinning fingers ready too. Enjoy!
We have been well and truly put under a floral spell whilst putting together this colourful outdoor ranch wedding. Filled with thousands of blooms grown by the groom’s mother, grandmother and family friend, including an amazing flower arch framing the nuptials and hanging installations above the sweetheart table. Also leaving us speechless is the bride’s racerback wedding dress and giant frou-frou skirt which she not only found at a charity boutique supporting women but she also donated back to them after she’d got married in it. Such a wonderful gesture and fabulously eco-conscious too.
Today we’re taking you to RMW recommended wedding venue, Iscoyd Park, but probably not as you’ve seen it before. Amongst Iscoyd’s gorgeous grounds, they have renovated a coach house, which was the location for this divine editorial, photographed, planned and styled by Vanita Life and By Chenai. Together, they mix romantic florals and candles with contemporary stationery and signs. Plus, include stylish bridal looks and wedding gowns by Emma Beaumont, to show you how to have an intimate wedding without compromising on the details.
The tones and prints at this industrial inspiration by Esme Whiteside Photography and Sam Williams Flowers are amazing, including tropical blush blooms and leopard print bridesmaid dresses, as well as smoke bombs, and complementing cakes and stationery. If you’re looking for style and substance then you’ve come to the right place.
A flower crown is steeped in history and can be perfectly crafted to match your personality. They suit a whole manner of hairstyles and can completely transform your look adding colour, texture and scent. And quite frankly, we never need an excuse to include more flowers – whatever the occasion!! Whether you choose to go voluminous, delicate or full of laurels we have over 30 flower crown ideas worn by Rock My Wedding real brides to inspire you. What will your favourite be?
As soon as we saw this colourful folk art wedding inspiration at Chiddingstone Castle styled by Pink Palm Events and organised and captured by Rebecca Carpenter Photography we knew we wanted to share it with you. Featuring colourful bespoke wedding dresses and accessories by recommended suppliers Emma Beaumont and Hermione Harbutt, as well as vibrant flower arrangements, a beautiful square wedding cake with tile motifs and complementing stationery designs. Intrigued? Then make yourselves comfortable, get your pinning fingers ready and enjoy!
Flowers can be a huge part of any wedding, big or small. It’s probably the one day of your life where you get to carry around a beautiful bouquet, have flowers in your hair and adorn practically every area around you with beautiful blooms. So why not make the most of it? But when it actually comes down to choosing a wedding florist – where on earth do you start? The vast majority of people, myself included, love fresh flowers, but have little idea of names and varieties, or what is in season and when.
Given that the starting price for wedding flowers is around £1000, you need to think carefully about choosing your florist.