All the feels this Friday afternoon as we join Milly & Oli at their adorable engagement shoot in Kew Gardens. Bursting with beautiful botanical backdrops to match their wedding theme and full or gorgeous natural photographs captured by Beatrici Photography guaranteed to make your heart swell. Plus the sweetest account from groom-to-be Oli of how he met his love Milly, and all the inside information about their pending geometric wedding… Shall we take a look?
We love hearing that RMW was inspiration for this vintage wedding at Kew Gardens. And that our very own hand picked wedding supplier directory The Love Lust List was the source for finding their florist Flowers by Eve. It’s no mean feat to produce such wonderful blooms when you’re in such an iconic botanical location. But Nicola certainly delivered, producing truly stunning white on white bouquets and centrepieces mixed with delicate grey foliage.
Talking of delicate, the lace overlay on Tamsin’s Charlie Brear Catroux separates is divine. So feminine, so pretty and just wonderful. I am also in love with her bridesmaids pastel pink multiway dresses. The perfect spring palette against all the greenery of the gardens and those getting ready portraits captured by Razia N. Jukes are so adorable. Each lady helping the other to twist and tie the dresses to their personal style. It’s what weddings are all about.
We’ve got such a pretty wedding for you this morning – those of you who love vintage inspired weddings and pastel shades are going to absolutely love it. Natasha is a self confessed afternoon-tea-aholic (!) so she was always going to serve it as her wedding meal and this one looks particularly delicious. It’s the perfect food to serve at Cambridge Cottage in Kew Gardens – which is the former royal residence of the Duke of Cambridge don’t you know…
Keeping with the theme, Natasha opted for a tea length dress, which suits her down to the ground and was the ideal outfit to compliment Noah’s relaxed, no tie look. (If you’re looking for Groom outfit inspiration, have a look at Adam’s post on Groom style – who said ties were compulsory?!)
I think my absolute favourite thing from this wedding though is the blooms – they are just gorgeous. Frilly roses of various varieties, big blousey white peonies, dark lilac hydrangea heads, delicate blue-petaled pretties and pale green accents from succulents and foliage. Divine! (And if anyone can identify the blue ones for me I’d be a very happy bunny).