When it comes to wedding fashion there are no rules. If you’ve always dreamed of a bespoke wedding dress, go for it. Or if you’d rather spend less on your outfit and more on your honeymoon then that’s fine too. As always, it’s your day, your way. This beautiful editorial mixes high street fashion with designer labels and shows you how you can incorporate items already in your wardrobe to accessorise your look, as well making staple purchases you can wear long after your big day.
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!
It may be hot outside today, but we’re keeping things very cool on our website this afternoon and treating you to some snow wedding ideas. In particular some incredible winter wedding fashion. The groom wears a stylish checked overcoat and the bride looks both fierce and warm in woollen jumpers and a blush turban to match all the stunning floral arrangements. The vision was brought to you by Antonia Luzi and captured by RMW recommended supplier Federico Lanuto Photography, with lots more incredible details to pore over. Just wait until you see the bouquet and tablescape!
Finding the perfect suit for your wedding day is a massive deal. There are lots of different ways to go about it, hitting the high street, booking a personal shopping experience, hiring your suit from a tailor or even having a bespoke outfit made for you. Chances are before you get married, you’ll have worn a suit at some point. So you might know whether you’d like a slim cut or something more traditional. You might also have an idea of what colours suit you and what colours will work with your wedding decor. Or your wedding suit brief may be that you just want to avoid anything that feels too ‘workwear’.
Just like bridal fashion and wedding dresses, grooms suits have come a long way in the last couple of years. More and more of our real grooms are embracing their own personal style on their wedding day and opting for a suit, jacket or waistcoat that reflects their personality. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite looks for 2020 and beyond to inspire all grooms out there just how stylish you could look too.
BUDGET £35 – 37.5K
Kirsty and Ross had the perfect mix of country classic and laid back festival vibes at their Kent wedding. With a marquee reception at Nettlestead Place featuring ‘wedfest’ table plan and table names to pay homage to their serendipitous meeting at Isle of Wight Festival in 2010 where their love story began. And, bringing the sophistication is groom Ross in a white dinner jacket and bride Kirsty in gorgeous bridal separates.