Juliet Cap Veil

Juliet Cap Veil For A Wildflower Filled Wedding At Chenies Manor Pin Image

Juliet Cap Veil For A Wildflower Filled Wedding At Chenies Manor

How dreamy does Georgie look? There’s something so ethereal about her gorgeous embellished gown with it’s bell sleeves and that stunning Juliet cap veil from Britten. As well as looking beautiful herself, Georgie has styled Chenies Manor to perfection too. With foliage in abundance, a leaf motif that is carried through every paper detail and an almost-too-good-to-eat wedding cake, covered in edible flowers.

Images come from the wonderful Eneka Stewart, and we also have the film from Molly Jane Lewis, which brings everything to life beautifully.

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Alex & Hesbon

I can’t tell you how excited I am to share this city wedding with you. It is literally a feast for the eyes from start to finish. It has the most adorable family, wearing the most fabulous fashion and is absolutely brimming with the most beautiful blooms.

The forest green, red & white colour scheme looks divine amongst the London transport and underground signs and the hints of gold in the bridesmaids Virgos Lounge gowns adds a touch of Gatsby glamour. As does the classic black tie suits worn by the groomsmen and the heavenly Eliza Jane Howell Clarissa gown and Juliet cap veil worn by bride Alex. Can we also take a moment to appreciate her rose gold Alberto Zago shoes. Oh. My!

With nods to groom Hesbon’s African heritage, lovingly made homemade cakes, a sentimental cake topper and Marie Wootton Wedding Photographer capturing all the love between this beautiful family unit it’s guaranteed to warm the heart and make your Monday much brighter.

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Sarah & Darren

You know when you just love everything detail of something, well that is exactly how I feel about this enchanting fall wedding. Autumn hues are undoubtedly some of our favourite colours, combining the dark and sumptuous with the crisp and vivid making one heady combination. And Sarah and Darren’s vintage wedding at Rivington Hall Barn seems to have an abundance of it.

The Bridesmaids look gorgeous in rich oxblood dresses, with the Groomsmen opting for mis-match cosy tweed, and then there’s the rustic barn…. Styled with an absolutely fabulous and eclectic selection of vintage finds. Tasselled lampshades – Beaut. Tea canister centrepieces – Adorable. And did I hear sloe gin favours – Ooh yes please.

The pièce de résistance has to be Bride Sarah though, who looks truly stunning in an ivory Jenny Packham Eden gown, adorable Juliet cap veil and handmade flower crown. The makeup junkie in me would also like to know the shade of her luscious lipstick please; such a pretty lady.