Firstly, that bouquet, secondly, that doughnut wall, and thirdly THIS boho wedding! I don’t know about you, but I’ve fallen hard for the florals and relaxed vibes. Plus, is that an umbrella I spy? You’d never know there was rain judging by the smiles and captures and that’s exactly how it should be, but if you’re fretting about things going wrong, have a listen to our latest Podcast.
It’s hard to believe Syon Park is just a few miles from Charing Cross in London. Its historic house, charming gardens and orangery feel like you are in a secluded part of the countryside. If you’ve never seen it before prepare to fall head over heels in love.
Dhara & Guy’s sartorial style suit the venue perfectly, with Dhara choosing a timeless dress from Etsy and Guy wearing a tailored suit from Savile Row. All the Autumnal blooms add to the botanical beauty of the reception as do the wicker card box and elegant gold table plan details.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen the lovely Hayley Savage Photography grace our pages, but we’re SO pleased she shared this beauty of a day with us as it and her gorgeous photography has literally blown our minds. Enjoy.
Hannah is a simply stunning bride in her ‘Leonela’ Pronovias tulle wedding dress, I LOVE the appliqué bateau neckline, it’s so pretty and feminine.
Hannah is also a super helpful bride too; she’s listed all her beautiful blooms for you so you can literally pop into your florist and say “I’ll have that please!” What gorgeous blooms they are too, lovely soft pink & white rose bouquets and did you see that hydrangea flower arch over the church? not forgetting the flower crown – STUNNING!
This is such a classic, romantic wedding with a gorgeous pale grey & pink colour scheme and so many pretty details. Did we mention the blooms….?! We literally LOVE it & we know you will too!
Rachel and Ben married at Douai Abbey in Upper Woolhampton. If you are having your dad walk you down the aisle on your big day it will be one of the moments you remember forever. Just imagine how super lovely it would be for your Dad to walk you down the aisle and then actually marry you?! How amazing is that? That is exactly the case in Rachel and Ben’s wedding. Their reception was full of amazing blooms so if you are a flower lover and a liker of pastel shades, this is the wedding for you.
This morning’s wedding definitely brings a touch of class to your Friday morning. Bath is such an elegant city – it’s just quintessential Georgian England and Louise & Sam’s wedding embraces it whole heartedly.
Firstly, the subtle dusky pink and sage green colour scheme works in perfect harmony with their stunning venue of choice – The Assembly Rooms. And the blooms from Flowers by Passion would be worthy of any Georgian High Tea. Then there’s Louise herself channeling her inner Jane Austen heroine in Baroque by Suzanne Neville.
The TwoBirds Bridesmaids dresses even make a nod to Bath’s Roman heritage in their grecian design!
Not only is this wedding a testament to the beautiful city of Bath – but also to our Love Lust List supplier directory. Louise used RMW to plan her big day and so we’re absolutely thrilled to be sharing it, we always love seeing the work of our recommended suppliers. And once again, they’ve all done a great job!
We’re back in London this afternoon with an gorgeous engagement shoot from Hayley Savage Photography. Rebecca and Fang are a truly well travelled couple and having lived in Melbourne and travelled across Europe, they decided on their home, London, as the backdrop to their shoot.
And I have to say it looks lovely, very smart and grand – a city to be proud of.
Rebecca and Fang have certainly dressed for the occasion too. I have no doubt that you’ll be coveting some of Rebecca’s wardrobe after you’ve looked at these images.
I’m lusting after that pretty green skirt and those sparkly silver shoes. Those Chanel earrings would probably come in handy too…
This afternoon we’ve got a lovely engagement shoot for you all to swoon over. Justin and Camilla’s gorgeous Autumnal engagement shoot took place in the New Forest, which really is a lovely part of the UK. Wild ponies, babbling brooks, sunlit dappled glades – there really is nothing more beautiful than a forest for a natural backdrop.
Camilla and Justin are both photographers, so when chosing a photographer for their engagement shoot & wedding, I can imagine there were advantages and disadvantages. Lots of amazing contacts, but having to relinquish control??
Well luckily these two could call on Helen Cawte and Hayley Savage. As well as working individually, Camilla and Helen also form duo Millie & Belle and so the whole shoot basically became a collaborative creative effort.
The ladies all contributed different elements to the setting, everything other than the flowers was made by them or bought from their homes. Much more than just pretty faces these girls aren’t they?! That cake looks delicious…
The photos below are a mixture of film and digital as they wanted to see how the two dealt with the colours and faded light in the forest. The film images were then used afterwards as a base for our post processing of the digital files, to replicate the look. I think the overall look is gorgeous – very soft and romantic. Camilla and Justin look like they should be in the pages of a glossy magazine.
The beautiful sculptural bouquets, table settings and head piece were made by florists Little Lillies and add the perfect touch of colour and style to proceedings.
If there’s one thing I admire then it’s a determined bride and I think it’s safe to say that the lovely Jolene is determined alright. So enamoured was she with her exquisite Stephanie Allin dress that she spent hours on the phone trying to track down a sample frock so that she could stay within her wedding budget.
That’s dedication right there folks.
Ben and Jolene’s big day is beautiful. Honestly it’s like diving into a giant vat of candy-coloured ice-cream. From the white lace bunting lovingly crafted by Ben’s mum to the peachy pink bridesmaid dresses and handpicked aisle markers, it’s clear that everything was a labour of love for this sweet couple.
And the flowers? All of them were grown and arranged by Ben’s mum. What a superstar!
Lastly if you’ve fallen in love with Jolene’s beautiful gown then today’s your lucky day because Jolene has decided to share the love and has actually listed it for sale on our Undress platform. You can check it out here.
If there’s one thing I love more than the woods then it’s a wholesome, organic and glorious wedding day set against the backdrop of the aforementioned sylvan goods. Rebecca and Robin said ‘I Do’ at the beautiful Trevenna Barns in Cornwall amongst dappled glades in Peter Pan style.
Yes actual Peter Pan and Wendy style. Well less of the saccharine Disney version and more of the ‘woodsy, ethereal and magical’ type of theming as Rebecca so eloquently puts it. Filled to the brim with luscious detail, feathers and well-thumbed books, flags and pinecones and one heck of a beautiful headpiece.
Oh and then there’s the portrait shoots in amidst fronds of fern, the flipping fantastic tail coat sported by one of Rebecca’s brothers and Rebecca’s dreamy bouquet.
I promise you’ll love it ALL.