We’re stripping this back things afternoon for some minimalist inspiration with modern wedding ideas, fierce fashion and luxe details. The clean lines and paired back approach is so refreshing and makes all the little details even more striking.
It’s a small detail, but an important one. Where do your wedding guests leave their wedding cards? I know from experience from all the weddings that I’ve been to that people don’t like leaving their carefully-chosen (and carefully-stuffed-with-cash!) wedding cards just ANYWHERE. Step in this DIY wedding card table, which incorporates a) a box to pop said cards in, and b) a load of blank cards which your guests can fill with words of advice and love, then post into a colourful envelope. Guaranteed, you and your other half will spend the day after your wedding ahhing and giggling at the messages your loved ones have scribed.
When it comes to wedding trends, as a team, we’re usually pretty united – give us flower crowns, foliage installations, a doughnut wall and some festoon lights and we’re a happy bunch. I guess that’s why we all work here at RMW.
But this year, smoke bombs are back. And it seems there’s nothing more divisive than a smoke bomb. A lot like marmite – you either love them or hate them. Which camp are you in? Let’s see if we can change your mind…
Aside from a free bar, there’s nothing guests love more than a Photo Booth at a wedding. They provide hours of fun and are also a great way of ticking off favours, as people can take their images home.
One of the best ways to personalise your Photo Booth is with a fun backdrop and today, Photo Booth pros, PROP, are here to help you create the perfect balloon backdrop for your photo booth.
Trees at wedding venues were made for decorating. And if you’re looking for wedding tree decoration ideas, you’re in for a treat. We’ve teamed up with Hobbycraft to share an extremely easy yet effective DIY tutorial for a wedding tree decoration of a family tree that makes an impressive installation. The latest decor trend you need in your arsenal is the humble embroidery hoop and to create the full display, you only need a few bits and pieces. If you’re after last minute wedding decor, you can easily pull this together along to add final touches, all available on next day delivery from Hobbycraft.
Displaying family wedding photos at your own nuptials is a wonderful way of including your parents, grandparents and siblings in your big day. You can display on any backdrop in your venue that’s suitable. We chose to use a gorgeous apple tree to make the perfect setting for a family tree, but you could easily hang this from an archway or beams, depending on the venue.
Look! Sometimes we do get gorgeous sunny days in the UK!!! Warm and lovely enough to hold a glorious outdoor wedding like Grace and Tom’s. I can’t think of a more deserving couple to hit the jackpot with the weather either, this pair had put their hearts and souls into their wedding day and I’m so pleased the sun shone down for them. It’s a riot of colour from start to finish and won’t fail to put a smile on your face, I’m sure of it!
Images come from Story + Colour, whose name has never felt more apt! The photographs are a beautiful keepsake of what was clearly a wonderful wedding – with story and colour literally running through every one! Enjoy this wedding, it’s a complete explosion of joy…
I love the raw laid back country vibe at Fishley Hall barn, the perfect blank canvas for brides and grooms to put their stamp on their day. And what a stamp the gorgeous Cat & Ewan made. From drying out rosemary, to spray painting tiny animal statues for place settings, they certainly took DIY-ing to the next level. SO much PIN-spiration.
They also hired beautiful persian rugs from the fabulous The Little Lending Company, hung lanterns & fairy lights from the rafters, and added breathtaking berry blooms by Swaffham Flowers. Every corner was full of delicious detail, love and sentiment.
Both Cat & Ewan looked divine in stylish wedding attire by Katya Katya and Ted Baker, with each portrait captured by the fabulous Darina Stoda Photography giving you all the feels. Just wait until you see the ones of them in the corn fields.
This morning’s wedding comes from longtime RMW favourite, Claire Penn. Claire’s photography speaks for itself – it’s always so natural, beautifully edited with a truly cohesive style (I always know a Claire wedding when I see one) and she captures the details as well as all of the emotion.
Not only that, but Claire always has the loveliest couples, whose weddings just seem so joyful, as well as being fabulously stylish of course. Catherine and Daniel’s big day is no exception, with both looking gorgeous in British designers, as well as lots of lovely details and an abundance of stunning wild flowers, it’s a real feast for the eyes. Enjoy everyone, I think you’re going to love it!
Zoe and Grant’s Preston Court wedding is like a breath of fresh air. The pair pretty much shared all of the wedding planning and today’s write up comes from Grant, which is a rare occurrence on these pages. A wedding day is about two people after all, so try to make it reflect both of you! Share the workload!
A girl after our own hearts, Zoe changed from her heels into a pair of personalised trainers for the reception. Still looking gorgeous though – for a self confessed tomboy she looks pretty incredible in her dress! Images come from Epic Love Story, who you’ll find in our recommended supplier directory – The List.