Hayley Paige

A Bank Holiday Extravaganza // Haddon Hall, Derbyshire // Shiningford Farm // Kemp & Kemp // Hayley Paige Bride // S6 Photography Pin Image

British Bank Holiday Extravaganza

A Bank Holiday Extravaganza with a ceremony in the Long Gallery at Haddon Hall, Derbyshire followed with a reception with Peaktipis at Shiningford Farm.

Heidi and Ed first met aged six, each on family holidays in Turkey and held hands for the duration of their two-week trips. This was only discovered beyond some years living together, after falling in love at University, where they thought they had met and getting engaged. Did someone say destiny? You may have actually clapped eyes on this stunning couple as their lovely ‘meant to be’ story went viral. 

RMW The List members Kemp & Kemp are in the kitchen again for this wedding and the menu sounds delish! A boogie on the dance floor followed by fish finger sandwiches – dream team. 

Heidi looks absolutely sensational in a Hayley Paige number and both Derbyshire venues shine.  S6 Photography has really captured something special here. 

Some weddings are just made for RMW and the team and I have been swooning over this one for months and are so happy to finally have it gracing our pages. 

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Emilie & Jonathan

This morning we’re off to a vineyard in Quebec, Canada for a seriously pretty pastel wedding with one seriously gorgeous Bride. Emilie looks absolutely beautiful in a Hayley Paige gown, completed perfectly with a rose filled flower crown and bouquet – such a pretty look.

Photographer Camille Marciano has captured some of my favourite ever couple shots, you can feel the tenderness, understanding and chemistry between the pair just radiating from the images and despite the heavy rain, she managed to capture the beauty of the venue too. I don’t know what it is, but there is just something outrageously glamorous about a vineyard.

And actually, it turns out that the rain was actually a good thing, as the French saying goes, ‘a rainy wedding means a happy marriage.’ I do hope that applies to British washout weddings too…