Lesley McCall at The Rustic Wedding Company has us swooning with delight with her beautiful inspiration shoot under an olive tree. The wooden hexagonal arch, in particular, is a gorgeous focal point and paved the way to many more geometric wedding details including terrariums, hexagonal cake stands and table name frames. All of these edgy shapes have been softened with romantic blush pink blooms, cut glass and candles. Sounds dreamy, right? It is!
All of this glorious weather has gone to my head. I totally thought Gemma and James’ wedding was a destination feature, with their stunning al fresco courtyard dinner. But NO – it’s the UK! The lovely Hengrave Hall in fact. It’s not often that we get to enjoy guaranteed sunshine here in Britain, so it’s such a pleasure to see you beautiful people making the most of it!
Gemma and James’ are clearly a couple with style, as the decor for their big day is just perfect, tonnes of foliage, hanging geometric details and beautiful blousy pink toned blooms. It’s a veritable feast for the eyes and I just know you’re going to love it…
I love the quirky hanging decor at 06 St Chads’ Place, and how glamorous do the bridesmaids look in their gold sequin gowns. Nicole also sports a gorgeous 1920s vintage inspired hairstyle that compliments her embellished Rosa Clara ‘Veleta’ gown beautifully. And did I mention the shoes, you’d never guess they were from the highstreet?!
With red double decker busses, marmite favours and a portrait machine, you’ll be hard pressed not to find something you don’t absolutely LOVE about this urban wedding captured by Miss Gen Photography.