I literally can’t wait for you to see this gorgeous Tuscany wedding captured by Lelia Scarfiotti as I know you’re going to fall in love with it as much as I have. Can I also suggest some tissues for when you watch the short film by Marco Abba Videography as it’s. Just. So. heart wrenchingly romantic.
Set at the incredibly beautiful and picturesque Borgo Stomennano in Monterrigioni is an intimate wedding breakfast table of dreams. Styled by Sonja of Tuscania Events using a chandelier, ornate frames, ribbons, candles and more, and all adorned with the most wonderful flowers from Fleur Decor.
Talking of blooms, Claudia wears a truly stunning floral headpiece that sets off her romantic classic bridal look perfectly. She really is an elegant bridal beauty in her customised lace Allure Bridal gown as are her maids in sophisticated mis-match navy gowns from Reformation.
Pinning fingers at the ready folks, you’re going to want to be reminded of this dreamy destination wedding again and again.
There is something so magical about autumnal light that gets us every time. Especially when you see it flooding through the beautiful stain glass windows of The Asylum in London. What a heady combination.
Also making us feel all fuzzy inside is Bride Cat who looks an absolute vision in her Charlie Brear gown, and like me I’m certain you will have serious hair envy for her cute tousled ponytail. Also pretty swoon worthy are her best girls dressed in adorable mis-match blush separates from Reiss.
Such a relaxed, laid back wedding in the city that screams style. Wait until you see the DIY copper spray painted vases too, all captured beautifully by Haywood Jones Photography.
If you like your weddings pink and girly, then Claudia & Matt’s beautifully styled big day is going to be right up your street. Bride Claudia went to town with the decor and details, making or sourcing everything herself, and the end result is just fabulous. From the mini gold champagne bottles, to the DIY ribbon backdrop, to the pastel hued flip flops for tired feet – there’s just SO much pretty.
Claudia was one of those Brides who ended up trying on a Jenny Packham, just for fun, but fell in love and then had to have it. And we’re very pleased she did too, the slinky and sparkly ‘Bardot’ gown was perfect for her and suited her theme to perfection. We love that Groom Matt kept things casual in denim and tweed too, the boys look very stylish.
We hope you enjoy the details, all captured beautifully by Hayley Savage Photography.
This Spanish destination wedding has my heart racing. Styled to perfection by Paloma Cruz Eventos and captured by Serafin Castillo, it has one of the most beautiful outdoor receptions I have even seen with hundreds of twinkling fairy lights creating what I bet was a truly magical ambience.
Also pretty epic is the IX century Santa Barbara’s Castle where Victoria & Iain held there ceremony. Think rustic ruins enhanced with a truly elegant white floral arch and aisle flowers.
Seriously folks this is not one to be missed.
This gorgeous humanist wedding took place in a massive open field in the South Wales Valleys, with picturesque views of Cardiff and the Bristol Chanel in the distance. Filling their marquee reception with the prettiest rustic details and foliage to resemble the chic Italian Riviera. And my does it look pretty. Wait until you see the aisle arch and sharing platters.
You would never know from the pictures captured by Rachel Lambert Photography that it rained moments before the ceremony started, especially after viewing all the gorgeous portrait shots of the Bride & Groom in the woods with blue skies, fluffy white clouds and lush greenery as their backdrop.
I love, love, love Laurie’s bridal look. From her beaded lace Enzoani gown with illusion neckline to her bespoke cuff and headpiece. She just looks absolutely stunning. As do her bridesmaids in fabulous twobirds platinum gowns. Plus her Choo’s. Not jealous, not jealous at all.
This gorgeous wedding culminates in a live band, fireworks and lots of sparklers, and a couple full of love sealing their family bond by having the time of their lives.
Evie and Rob look so flipping glamorous in their vintage car that they remind me of movie stars about to ride off into the sunset.
This beautiful twosome decided that they wanted their wedding day to be one long epic party so they picked a dry hire venue with a late licence so they could dance their way into the early hours at The Loft Studios. The pair combined beautiful, summery vibes with a beach themed courtyard and the Australian outback complete with a crocodile and kangaroo and driftwood! I know flipping epic.
Can we also take a moment to appreciate Evie’s exquisite Ritva Westenius frock which Ellie captured swooshing perfectly in a black and white photo in the slider at the top here. It’s possibly one of my favourite back of the dress shots to appear on these pages…
Gorgeous Bride Tanja is a super talented creative lady, who runs her own brush lettering studio, Frau Hölle Studio. So naturally, she did all of the stationery for her big day. The whole thing is just truly beautiful – the couple opted for an apricot and pastel colour scheme, which contrasted perfectly with the dark interiors of their rustic barn venue and included pretty paper wheels and lots of balloons.
Tanja is clearly a true romantic at heart, as she bought Andreas a pair of Micky Mouse slippers as a wedding present, to match her Minnie Mouse ones – super cute. AND she made a speech to declare her love and joy at getting married to him. Enjoy this one lovelies, it’s full of gorgeous pastel details, delicious looking sweet treats, lots of smiles and one VERY pretty dress.
I feel I have to warn you in advance, that this morning’s wedding contains the prettiest, pinkest rose bouquet that I have ever seen. There is also the most exquisite Jenny Packham dress, Jimmy Choo shoes and the sweetest flower girls I’ve seen. Get your pinning fingers at the ready folks.
There are balloons and cupcakes, dessert tables and gypsophila, men in dashing blue suits and beautiful beachy portrait shots. I am in love.
I think Marianne sums it up best when she says that she didn’t have a theme per se just that everything ended up being ‘pretty’ and it is. Gloriously, wholeheartedly and unashamedly pretty.