Oh my. Oh my. Oh my. This Puglian countryside wedding is simply spectacular. From the wedding ceremony in the forest complete with fairy light moon gate altar to the Aperitivo hour in the olive grove, not to mention the wedding breakfast and party in the cobbled courtyard, this is romance at its most beautiful (and most appetising: don’t read if you’re hungry!). The bride’s gorgeous Anna Kara wedding gown, with long sleeves, lace bodice and soft skirt, finished off by a floor-length veil from RMW recommended supplier Britten Weddings, adds extra magic to this destination wedding, which is just oozing with love, emotion and whimsy. Enchanting.
Can we just take a moment to appreciate the intricate detail on Naomi’s Alice Temperley gown. It’s breathtaking isn’t it. The adorable cap sleeves and appliqué lace detail look so delicate and ethereal. Then her and groom Dan hit the urban streets with the fabulous Lovestruck Photography and she teams it with a leather jacket. SO fierce.
The rest of their London wedding is just as perfectly executed with timeless vintage elegance and city vibes, including festoon lights in The Pickle Factory courtyard and a taco truck for guests to feast on. It’s definitely a beautiful celebration of love and style you don’t want to miss.
If there is one thing guaranteed to make me inhale it’s stunning wedding photography and Jason Mark Harris has most definitely done himself proud at this traditional Jewish wedding at the Bellagio on Lake Como. The views are simply breathtaking. And placed beautifully amongst all the picturesque pretty are our gorgeous bride and groom Sasha & Asif.
Sasha looks both elegant and fierce in her fishtail gown, and I love that she’s teamed it with a beaded bolero to give it a different look for day and night. The rest of the wedding is just as sophisticated and planned to perfection by wedding planner Aurora from Lake Como Wedding and Events.
What has made this classic wedding even more special is the incredibly romantic candle light & blush decor. There’s peony blooms, candelabra centrepieces, giant balloons and just an overwhelming sense of love, not to mention a rather stylish and beautiful wedding party.
Bride Jessica looks absolutely flawless in her Pronovias gown, as do her maids in their pink multiway dresses with Jo Hastings Photography capturing some really lovely moments of the girls and guys dressed in their best as well as some more casual getting ready portraits.
Even though the glorious Easter Bank Holiday is coming to an end now, this stunning wedding will still leave you beaming from ear to ear.
Lately I’ve been craving colour. I’m not sure whether it’s the influence of Spring with her purple hyacinths, sunshine yellow daffodils and girly pink cherry blossoms but frankly I just can’t get enough of a bright hue.
So Harriet and Mishal’s colour pop affair is the perfect way to satisfy my cravings on this overcast morning. Set amidst possibly the most perfect backdrop I’ve ever seen at Sefton Park Palm House in Liverpool, these two married amongst the palms and exotic blooms.
I particularly love Harriet’s dad’s souped up Lagonda which looks a little as if it’s come from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang – what’s not to love – and the EPIC dancing that took place once the sun went down.
Honestly folks this is a venue and a half.
Let’s check it out…