There is no denying I’m a magpie for pretty things, that’s why I absolutely adore this editorial beautifully showcasing the new Hermione Harbutt bridal accessories collection. She caterers for all bridal styles and is sure to have one if not two or more bridal accessories that will catch your eye. Shall we take a look..?
Holly and Jack met at Wake Forest University in the USA 5 years ago and wanted their wedding to be a huge celebration, colliding their two worlds. Euridge Manor set amongst the roaring hills was the most beautiful venue for their blend of American bravado and English tradition, with American guests getting dress inspiration from Peaky Blinders. The images by Joab Smith capture light and love in equal measures making this sunset wedding off the chart adorable.
There’s something so romantic about M and J Photography‘s images, that always leave me swooning. The way they capture the emotion, details and light is utterly timeless and thoroughly stunning to boot.
It’s no wonder everything is so perfect though, with a gorgeous couple, in gorgeous attire, a picturesque venue, with dreamy gardens, not to mention the incredibly beautiful fashion and florals.
If you’re looking for escapism this morning, then you definitely need to indulge in this beauty.
How utterly gorgeous does Rebecca look? Her dress was designed and made by RMW favourite Maria at Mirror Mirror, whose industry experience is practically unrivalled – and can’t you just tell from that dress?! It fits Rebecca like a glove and paired with the dramatic veil, it’s pretty much Bridal perfection.
Gorgeous blooms were arranged by Flowers by Passion, another one of our favourite suppliers, who you’ll find alongside Mirror Mirror on our recommended supplier directory, The Love Lust List. Just in case you’ve not come across the list before, allow me to explain – these members are handpicked by the RMW team – we only say yes to the very best, so they are suppliers you can 100% trust to execute your wedding vision.
It’s always a treat to share a wedding from the gorgeous Babington House and even more so when it’s photographed by the wonderful Benjamin Wheeler. The light captured is just divine and this whole wedding will have you weak at the knees…
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.
Isn’t Lisa’s Stephanie Browne back necklace just divine? We do love statement accessories here at RMW and Lisa has stolen the show with this one! It’s the perfect addition to her structured embellished gown by RMW Look Book member Suzanne Neville, and Lisa looks every inch the elegant and sophisticated Bride.
Her look was perfectly fitting for the lovely Priston Mill near Bath. Lisa & Ross held their ceremony in the Tythe Barn, filling it with gorgeous blooms by Flowers by Passion, including a stunning floral arch which formed the backdrop to their vows. The barn also looks magical at night, as you’ll see in the photographs from John Barwood.
Oh my gosh this outdoor humanist ceremony at The Rectory Hotel in the Cotswolds is SO idyllic and full of detail.
My eyes haven’t stopped popping out of my head at all the masses of fabulous decor, all cleverly crafted by the Bride too I might add. I adore the use of feathers, and the gold spray painted bottles and tin cans filled with peach flowers & succulents add a subtle vintage feel to this classic country wedding.
Bride Jem’s Charlotte Balbier Lily May bridal gown is simply STUNNING and she looks absolutely gorgeous, the lace back in particular is just heavenly, just like this glorious sun filled wedding.
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!
This morning’s wedding definitely brings a touch of class to your Friday morning. Bath is such an elegant city – it’s just quintessential Georgian England and Louise & Sam’s wedding embraces it whole heartedly.
Firstly, the subtle dusky pink and sage green colour scheme works in perfect harmony with their stunning venue of choice – The Assembly Rooms. And the blooms from Flowers by Passion would be worthy of any Georgian High Tea. Then there’s Louise herself channeling her inner Jane Austen heroine in Baroque by Suzanne Neville.
The TwoBirds Bridesmaids dresses even make a nod to Bath’s Roman heritage in their grecian design!
Not only is this wedding a testament to the beautiful city of Bath – but also to our Love Lust List supplier directory. Louise used RMW to plan her big day and so we’re absolutely thrilled to be sharing it, we always love seeing the work of our recommended suppliers. And once again, they’ve all done a great job!