Well, this destination wedding planner definitely pulled out all the stops and did an amazing job for this stunning romantic black-tie celebration. In an old building perched on the hillside of the village the bride grew up, candles littered the venue with reds and golds creating an incredibly warm and cosy atmosphere enhanced by the seasonal tones of nature. And up the ancient staircase, the drip wedding cake took centre-stage where it was surrounded by an array of candles. The bride chose an applique detailed Dimitrius Dalia wedding dress while her groom looked dapper in a classic black tuxedo wedding suit with a horseshoe waistcoat as they said their vows in front of their nearest and dearest.
A stunning fusion wedding over two days, with the traditional English wedding on day one followed by a spectacular Hindu wedding ceremony on day two! The soft tones and romantic lighting of the traditional English day were a complete contrast to the vibrant bright colourful celebration that followed. And of course, two wedding days meant two outfits for our bride and groom and they looked amazing in both! A Suzanne Neville wedding dress was the first outfit for the bride followed by an amazing red and gold detailed traditional Indian wedding dress for celebration number two! Bright wedding flowers, Hindu wedding traditions and two families and cultures coming together made this day (or two!) one to remember!
Fining a venue is hard, undeniably. What if you have to find a venue*, it has to be in Yorkshire and it has to facilitate 200 guests? Would you take the risk of booking an incomplete venue on the basis of an architect’s plans? Well, this couple did when they booked Wharfedale Grange and I bet they’re feeling pretty smug about it, rightly so.
This Anglo Indian Fusion Wedding is full of joy that radiates through the images by Kazooieloki’s from the happy guests, gorgeous couple and fairy-lit surrounding.
Now, let’s address the subject guys, Indoor Confetti people! Could this be the new thing? We bloody hope so! It’s definitely something that has been creeping into weddings and we are all for it. Olivia & James were delighted that the weather forced them inside for the confetti shots at their wedding. Even our very own PR, Marketing and Relationship Manager Alice had a confetti cannon during her first dance.
*ahem, you can search our fabulous, exclusive supplier directory The List
Pale peach, gold and lots of greenery bring this gorgeous shoot, at brand new wedding venue, Broadfield Court, to life. This is a really special venue, and one that should definitely be on your list if you’re still searching. My parents live close by, as did my grandparents, and I remember having some lovely long lunches here before it was bought and transformed into the stunning space it is today.
The team behind this shoot have really brought the spaces at Broadfield to life and as I mentioned, the colour palette is simply delicious. Enjoy this one lovelies, I can’t wait to see some gorgeous real weddings from Broadfield in the future!
A beautiful inspiration piece here to get your heart eyes locked on to. “Fairytale Opulence. This one is for the dreamers and the hopeless romantics.” describes Fine Art Photographer Liz Baker of this wedding. It truly is fairytale like in colours and indulgence.
Charlton House, Somerset is a stunning venue with grand rooms and decadent decor. Luxe Florist Fleur Provocateur highlights and enhances the venue with her spectacular florals and the table display is one that Pinterest dreams were made of.
There are lessons in this piece to be learnt in using your venues features to their maximum potential. If they have mantles, fireplaces and such, adorn them with florals. Intimate table dressings can be as elaborate as you want and where possible use the colour scheme of your wedding to compliment that of your venue. The chairs at the table here make my heart sing.
For more inspiration of the ‘Opulence’ variety head to ‘Dark Opulence‘
Elegant black tie weddings are fast becoming one of our favourite looks on RMW at the moment. First adopted by our American friends and finding their way over the Atlantic ocean to grace our beautiful wedding features too.
The groomsmen opt for dapper tuxedos and the bridal party gowns are always absolutely jaw dropping. This is certainly true of bride Charlotte in her lace Badgley Mischka wedding dress with detachable train. Seriously, wow!
Charlotte and Paddy compliment their attire with a timeless grey, white, greenery and gold colour scheme, and together with Mood Events and Floralearth they style the marquee at Tullyveery House in N. Ireland with epic results. Think greenery table runners, hanging installations and romantic taper candles.
Now get those pinning fingers ready because The Lou’s have captured it all to perfection.