We are so in the mood for a beautiful – and beauty-filled – wedding, and this delightful day does not disappoint. Brympton House provides the perfect backdrop for the celebrations, which include a blushing bride in St Patrick La Sposa and a Britten Weddings veil (discovered through RMW’s handpicked supplier directory, The List), an elegant ivory, gold and grey colour scheme, a homemade chocolate biscuit refrigerator cake (mm mmm!) – and Barley the ‘bridesdog’. You will spy a few brollies amongst Helen Cawte‘s captures, but word from the wedded wise: don’t allow yourself to fixate on things which are out of your control. Bride Kate spent months worrying about the weather, and had more than ten forecast apps on her phone, but, with hindsight, she wishes she hadn’t spent so long worrying about the weather as there was nothing she could do – and she hardly noticed the odd shower. Plus, the white bridal brollies look rather lovely in the photos.
Ahh this wedding at Finchcocks Oast in Kent has left a really warm fussy glow inside, for one it’s absolutely stunning, and two it is such an elegant display of how to bring two cultural backgrounds together beautifully.
The Thai wedding breakfast must have tasted absolutely amazing, not to mention it was served in the most fabulous traditional bowls, making the place settings out of this world. With more DIY decor enhancing the beautiful barn, and Groom Paul’s delicious homemade wedding cake taking centre stage.
Everybody looks absolutely amazing. Bride Eva wears an exquisite Pronovias gown, with a back equally as dreamy as the front, and her best girls look fresh in mis-match aqua gowns. Helen Cawte Photography really has captured the essence of this intimate celebration, including all the love, and pastel pretty.
WOW, what can I say, this is just the most gorgeous destination wedding, with the most adorable couple, at the truly picturesque Chateau de Robernier in Provence.
The rustic styling and decor by Mademoiselle C has to be seen to be believed it’s so immense. There’s wooden crates, screens with hanging picture frames, personalised plaques and fabulous hanging milk bottles. All decorated with beautiful red & pink blooms. And don’t even get me started on the festoons stung up at the outdoor reception.
Helen Cawe Photography has shot on a mixture of digital and film portraits soaking up all the details and every inch of that amazing light. Just. Stunning.
I love this burgundy and green colour scheme. It’s not colours you see together often, but oh my it looks SO beautiful. Especially teamed with Bride Sally’s golden Mon Cheri gown, which I think I could talk about endlessly. All I will say is exquisite!
Dan and Sally are childhood sweethearts so I don’t think there was a dry eye in the house as they said their “I Dos” in the old ceremony room at Brympton House. From there they emerged as husband and wife to the most beautiful sunny day with lots of smiles and hugs. They had an afternoon tea style wedding breakfast with touching speeches before moving over to The Stables Bar for their fabulous choreographed waltz, first dance. Both rooms were adorned with the sweetest decor including golden candle sticks in the window, foliage, antique books and gypsophila blooms.
I don’t think I’ve stopped smiling whist poring over the images captured by Helen Cawte Photography and I know you will love them and this classic country wedding too. Enjoy.
Well hello there pretty, timeless wedding full of gorgeous fashion and florals. I literally have not been able to stop smiling whilst putting this together for you lovely lot. It’s full of light and happiness and just swells the heart.
The gorgeous blush pink and thyme green colour scheme is sublime, picked out beautifully in Bride Emily’s stunning Naomi Neoh Fleur gown and the Bridesmaids Coast dresses. Both of which are members of our Look Book, so if you like what you see, you should definitely check out the rest of their collections.
Then there are the florals, echoing the sweet pastel palette, with the bouquets and buttonholes lovingly put together by the Grooms Mother. Not to mention the adorable church arrangements, centrepieces and chair backs.
Emily fell in love with photographer Helen Cawte‘s work on these very pages. We love hearing that we’ve helped unite couples with their suppliers, especially ones as talented as Helen who has cleverly captured every aspect of this sweet, romantic day for us to pore over and enjoy. And if you need help finding fabulous suppliers, look no further than our hand picked wedding supplier directory, The Love Lust List.
This morning’s bride Ali has got the most beautiful smile and a gorgeous set of locks to boot so it’s no surprise that her Lusan Mandongus dress suits her down to the very ground. Ali married her boy Allan at the commanding Highcliffe Castle in Dorset accompanied by her best girls dressed in ‘cherry yogurt’ hues as she so affectionately calls it. Their wonderful day was all captured perfectly by Love Lust List member Helen Cawte.
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!
Granted it’s been absolutely flipping boiling these last few days so what better then to cool you down than to immerse yourself in the snowy adventure that is Justin and Maddie’s wedding.
That’s right folks, this afternoon we’re jetting off to colder climes to Chamonix in France no less to gawp at the wonderful details in this Winter do. The fashion for a start is pretty darn awesome with Justin looking every bit the dapper groom in his trilby hat and scarf and Maddie completing her glitzy Jenny Packham number with a full length cloak and off-white bouquet.
I’m also as smitten as a kitten with their skiing inspired paper pretty – from their ‘lift passes’ through to their customised guestbook.
Oh and we can never say no to a groom who swoops up his new wife in his arms for some impromptu romance. Utterly adorable.
Holly and Derek’s ski-inspired beachside ‘I Do’ is a real stunner of a wedding. It really is. In fact I’m not sure what to talk to you about first. Technically you wouldn’t think that a skiing wedding theme would blend so harmoniously with a seaside location but it really does. In fact they go together so seamlessly that it’s a wonder that no-one’s thought of this pairing before.
Anyhow Holly and Derek’s big day has stolen a little piece of my heart; their paper branding is fresh and original and so completely spot on…right the way down to their off-piste bar. I love their ethos of recycling and collecting every piece of decor for their wedding day and the fact that the community of Alderney rallied together to contribute to their day brought a tear to my eye.
And blimey when I say there are some cracking looking guests at this wedding I’m not ruddy joking. Everyone is smiling and joking and so flipping cool!