Although all trips to Marrakesh may be on hold at the moment. Your vision for holding a themed Moroccan wedding may not be. Think lace wedding dress, dried flowers and grasses, woven rugs, pouffes and more. It’s the ultimate in carefree bohemian vibes, and the perfect escapism for a Thursday afternoon.
BUDGET £10 – 12.5k
BUDGET £12.5 – 15K
It’s nearly time for Pantone to announce their colour of the year for 2020, but before we develop a new colour crush, here’s a reminder why Pantone Living Coral still gets our hearts racing. Those flowers! That suit! We’ve got all the heart eyes going on here.
Real bride Jess works for the sustainable, natural skincare brand Tropic and Josh has recently had a #1 hit single (Piece of Your Heart with Meduza – official singer & member of GoodBoys), so you know this wedding is going to be super stylish. Jess wears a stunning slip wedding dress by Grace Loves Lace and matching her elegance is Groom Joss in a tuxedo. Not forgetting all the crisp white, metallic gold and lush green wedding decor and details, and a ring doughnut wall of dreams.
Well, this is a little slice of wedding wonderfulness to start your week off right. Taking centre stage is RMW favourite designer, Grace Loves Lace, and a stunning Edie fringe wedding dress complete with cut out back. It suits petite bride Christie to perfection and is seriously swoony. Groom Ben and his boys are also on point, in their gorgeous dark suits with bow ties and braces. This wedding has class. This wedding has style. And this wedding has an epic sparkler send off. We love.
Some couples are born cool (I’ve long made peace with the fact I’m not), and this Shoreditch wedding at Village Underground has all the swag, with to-die-for industrial vibes and an epic party. Stylish bride, Sophie, looks hot to trot in her Rosa wedding dress by RMW favourite, Grace Loves Lace, accessorised with a pair of simple – but stunning – gold triangle earrings. Alongside her dashing groom, she looks sublime against the gritty backdrop of East London, and must be thrilled with the couples captures by Chris Barber; keep an eye out for our newlyweds shot through the window of a Routemaster bus. Genius. And as for the menu. My oh my; dive in to discover one of the best wedding breakfasts we’ve seen on these pages.
This wedding is literally a masterclass in crafting. Practically every element you see was created by lovely Bride Sarah and her team of helpers. Her wonderful Mum joked that this wedding was made purely from balls of string and you’ll soon see what she means…
As well as Sarah looking utterly gorgeous in the Hollie Dress by Grace Loves Lace, her 12 bridesmaids (!) look stunning in white gowns too. The whole effect is just dreamy and so perfect for a blue-skies and sunshine wedding. Rosie Kelly was there to capture the images, and Story Catchers Films have created such an atmospheric film – sadly for us, Pen and Cam of Story Catchers have moved back to Australia, but if you’re planning a wedding on the other side of the world then do contact them! They are the best, just watch the film and you’ll see!
This is one of those family-home weddings where you just think WOW, I wish my parents lived in a house where I could get married. I mean, it’s just beautiful. Not only are the house and gardens wedding-worthy, but there’s a church a stones throw away. The only thing Lucy and Andre needed next was a family friend with an epic vintage motor to bring them back up the drive. And low and behold, their neighbour lent them a vintage Porsche tractor. Quite possibly the most perfect wedding transportation I’ve ever seen.
Lucy looks stunning in Grace Loves Lace, the dress fits her like a glove and she’s a GLL bride through and through. I’m loving the bridesmaids in all-white too, they look so summery, just perfect for this classic British countryside wedding.