Join us on board the SS Nomadic for a multi-venue nautical wedding that takes us on a wonderful tour of Belfast, before transporting us to sea aboard the boat that tendered the Titanic. Ruth & Alan’s day starts with an intimate church wedding, followed by lunch in the trendy back streets of the city before a big party on the last remaining White Star Line vessel. A vintage Routemaster bus, black tie dress code and retro close harmony trio add to the glamour of this gorgeous day, which includes a bride in pretty Jesus Peiro and bridesmaids in mint green Maids to Measure.
I know it’s only Monday, but trust me after viewing this stylish warehouse wedding at the Village Underground venue in London you are going to want to P.A.R.T.Y!
A gorgeous industrial space full of delicious greenery decor and fabulous mood lighting, making the perfect spot to celebrate. Throw in a band, confetti bombs and a Krispy Kreme doughnut tower and you have one amazing celebration.
This and the traditional Greek wedding ceremony were all captured by the amazing Laura Babb Photo, who’s style couldn’t be more perfect to showcase this immense wedding.
Are you sitting comfortably? Good, because this fun country wedding is about to knock your socks off. Featuring many of our very talented The Love Lust List recommended suppliers, which makes our hearts burst with pride.
Set at the truly gorgeous Cripps Stone Barn in Cheltenham and full to the brim with gorgeous florals from Juliet Glaves and balloons, peg board signs and other eclectic props from Hey Style, you won’t be able to resist pinning more than a few inspiring ideas for your own big day. I just LOVE the bright balloons, such a simple touch, but so inviting and effective.
One of the most amazing things about Cripps Stone Barn is the surrounding picturesque countryside. RMW fave Samuel Docker took Emmalene & Ben on a gorgeous stroll amongst the pretty, and has captured some truly romantic portraits for them to treasure. It also shows off Emmalene’s stunning Jesús Peiró dress to perfection, which she chose from Miss Bush Bridal, but was a million miles away from what she originally envisioned she’d wear.
This gorgeous Northern Ireland wedding is not only full of breathtaking botanics but emotion too.
I can pretty much guaranteed when you see the images captured by Honey and the Moon of bride Nadine making her grand entrance with her brother by her side you’ll get a huge lump in your throat.
The intimate outdoor ceremony in the gardens of Ballyscullion Park, was followed by a light lunch before all the extended circle of family and friends joined them in the afternoon for a delicious hog roast, drinks and dancing.
All the ladies look incredible. Nadine wears a truly stunning Jesús Peiró gown, with the bridesmaids in off white dresses from Mango. And I can’t leave without mentioning the fourth bridesmaid – Jessie, their 16 year old, one eyed Jack Russell, who made a brief appearance before returning to his bed because weddings are tiring and a bit overwhelming when you’re 112 in dog years!
Just lovely, and utterly heart warming from start to finish.
I can totally see why Eleanor & Wayne wanted to get married in Santorini. Just look at the blue sky and those picture perfect views. You can literally feel the warmth radiating from the page.
With a little help from wedding planner Maria from Tie the Knot in Santorini, they added simple gold details and olive trees to the already gorgeous Rocabella venue, so as not to detract from the surrounding beauty. Enhanced only by the bright coral maxi dresses of the Bridesmaids, sharp blue suits of the groomsmen and Bride Eleanor’s stylish Jesús Peiró bridal separates.
If you haven’t considered a destination before, you just might now. Enjoy.
Well this is exciting, Hannah and Evan were the winners of a competition we ran to win your wedding photography with Frances Sales and what deserving winners they were, their celebration is nothing short of beautiful.
The Asylum is a truly stunning venue and it was decorated to perfection with an abundance of candles and feminine blooms. I love the simplicity of Hannah’s Jesus Peiro gown paired with a statement necklace and her amazing red hair and the fact she and Evan walked down the aisle together rather than seeing each other for the first time at the top…..because, why the hell not?
In terms of the photography, Hannah has one of my favourite ever quotes relating to captured moments: “Frances work at our wedding even exceeded our expectations – it’s a lovely document of the whole day, and there are so many funny pictures of our guests misbehaving and having a laugh – and dozens of us looking relaxed and delighted”
You couldn’t ask for more than that could you?
Our Bride Katie although growing up in London has an Iranian heritage and wanted to incorporate some of her ethnic traditions into the wedding day. Her Jesus Piero wedding gown has the most beautiful glistening silver thread incorporated into the exquisite design and her jewel headpiece couldn’t have been more appropriate and tied in her roots perfectly.
Katie & Nigel chose to get married at Great Fosters in Surrey and their ceremony and reception rooms were decorated with the most beautiful & elegant theme. There are stunning white flower arrangements, silver mercury glass votives and an abundance of candle light to give a romantic ambience.
Their wedding was certainly one hell of a sophisticated affair made up of a Frank Sinatra tribute singer providing the entertainment all evening and a pinnacle sparkler exit!