If you follow us on Instagram you’ll notice we (and you) have this thing for hoop wedding decor. So today’s green and white bohemian wedding with hanging hoop decor is ticking all the boxes. Plus although it rained at this Italian destination wedding the cosy vibes of the Castello di San Sebastiano da Po wedding venue with twinkling candlelight certainly made up for the lack of sun.
I defy you not to fall in love with Bride Valentina’s lace Laure de Sagazan gown too. Matching the relaxed boho vibes beautifully and fitting her like a glove.
There to capture the magic was the lovely Margherita Calati, so its safe to say you’ll want to get your pinning fingers ready for this. Enjoy!
We’re stepping into Autumn this bank holiday weekend (which seems rather appropriate considering the recent change in weather), for a gorgeous wedding at three incredible venues. First a heart felt ceremony at Stoke Newington Town Hall, then on to Clissold House for a reception, and culminating in food, drink and fun at West Reservoir Centre complete with hanging foliage decor and Croquembouche tower wedding cake.
Bride Olivia not only looks incredible in her Laure de Sagazan bridal separates, but has a truly wonderful experience at their Paris boutique to share. Kudos to her for also allowing her maids to pick their own dresses, as they look absolutely stunning by her side in white gowns and flower crowns.
The lovely Rebecca Rees of A Thing Like That truly captured the spirit of this heart felt autumnal day, so take five and enjoy every minute.
Uh oh. I have another new favourite wedding. It’s getting a bit out of control really and I know I’m biased, but I just can’t help it! We really do feature THE best weddings!!! Georgie and Jack’s big day has put a huge smile on my face and I’ve had to stop myself from sending a million sneak peaks to the rest of the team. I LOVE weddings that are held at home, there’s just something so relaxed about everything, people are really carefree and happy. That sentiment just pours out of these images from Ben at Millar Cole Photography.
The couple portraits are particularly special in this wedding, so make sure you look out for those, as well as the rainbow tassel bunting made by Georgie and her family and friends. Who also happened to do the beautiful flowers too! What a talented and creative bunch they are.
Right, let’s dive in shall we…it’s a veritable feast for the eyes and you’ll want to savour this one slowly.
Today’s wedding is simply magical from start to finish. Set in the beautiful grounds of Jardins de Abril, Alicante with a literary theme for the book loving couple, the day was a celebration of the whole family, not just our gorgeous Maria José & Adrian.
Weddings from Paloma Cruz Eventos are always so thoughtful – every single detail has been well considered, adding something to the overall vision of the day, which results in styling that is completely unique. Adding hanging florals to the already stunning bower of trees over the ceremony area is just genius. The library card table plan is really clever too and just wait until you see the flowers. Such a dreamy colour palette. We’re really excited to have Paloma on our List, if you’re getting married in Spain do get in touch if you like what she does.
And just as you think this wedding couldn’t get any better – the images from Pablo Laguia just bring a whole other level of creativeness to proceedings. Each frame has been executed perfectly, with a real understanding of this lovely family and what their wedding day was all about…
Today’s wedding is extra special as gorgeous Bride Rachel is one of our The List members. Her company Another Story Studio offer the most amazing selection of stylish props to hire for your own big day, so as you can imagine her rustic French wedding day is rather epic…just wait until you see the hand poured candle favours, magical ceremony cave and beautiful table styling (possibly my favourite place settings ever?!)
Along with their friends and family, Rachel and Ollie took over the incredible Chateau de Lartigolle for a whole weekend, filling it with good food, good wine and lots of fun. This wedding captures the essence of a rustic feast, with a sprinkling of classic French elegance and a generous dose of Rachel’s fabulous styling eye.
Images come from Darek Smietana whose work I simply LOVE. He has the most amazing knack for capturing those moments you never even knew were happening…
I do love a wedding where music plays a big part in the day. Ruth and Matt had lots of music inspired details, as well as lots of actual music, which made their day really special and personal to them. It makes total sense when you realise that Groom Matt is a musician himself. As far as I’m concerned, music is the BEST way to set the mood. Everyone looks like they are having a marvellous time, just enjoying the party atmosphere. In fact, things got so wild that the double bass player ended up at the top of one of the marquee poles – I’d love to know how/why that came about?!
Ruth looks gorgeous in one of my favourite designers, Laure De Sagazan and it’s so lovely to see Bridesmaids rocking green floral numbers – I love the subtle vintage vibes, it works perfectly with music theme – even though both came about by accident. I’ll let Ruth tell you all about it…
I feel like I say this with every real wedding we feature – but I really, really, really LOVE this wedding 😉
Anna & George tied the knot in a field in the middle of nowhere in the most stunning tent from LPM Bohemia. Anna wore a Laure de Sagazan gown, my Bridal designer crush of the moment, and accessorised with a gorgeous cape. I know, I totally need a cape now too…
The Bridesmaids also look beautiful in red dresses and there are just so many gorgeous details to swoon over, from the wild flowers, to the animal stationery illustrated by a friend, from the wooden log bar to the surfboard order of the day sign…it’s all lovely and will definitely have you longing for balmy summer evenings spent with friends.
I have a LOT of love for this wedding. So much so that when I saw gorgeous Bride Camilla on The Mews Bridal’s blog, I just knew we needed to feature her big day on Rock My Wedding. For starters, Camilla is wearing a combination of two of my favourite designers, Stephanie Allin (best of British, feminine and lacy) and Laure de Sagazan (French bohemian loveliness). She’s also sporting a totally unique antique wax crown by Rosie Weisencrantz, which is just so effortlessly stylish. Then there’s the Bridal party in white – my favourite look for Bridesmaids. And the whimsical bouquet by The Blue Carrot – simply stunning.
And finally, just when I thought I couldn’t love it anymore, the whole wedding is by the ocean in Cornwall, my favourite place in world!
The images are beautifully atmospheric – Andy at Harrera Images has such a distinctive style that somehow both brims with fresh creativity and yet produces a strong sense of nostalgia. The wedding itself, and the capture of the day, has stolen my heart and I hope you enjoy it too.
Team RMW squealed with delight when we saw this stunning wedding. We knew we had to share it with you all, as you’re going to love it too! I mean just look at that aisle lined with blooms…I don’t think an aisle that beautiful has ever existed before!! And it probably won’t come as a surprise to you as you pour over the floral loveliness, that Bride Rachel is a florist. It makes me very proud indeed to say that her company, The Rose Shed is one of our List recommended florists. It’s always wonderful to see our favourites suppliers work in action – even more so when it’s their own big day, as you really get an insight into their vision and creativity.
Rachel is clearly a lady with an excellent eye, as we’re lusting after her effortlessly glam Laure de Sagazan gown too and those mint green Rachel Simpson shoes. The whole day has a lovely vibe to it, a little bit rustic, a little bit industrial, pretty pops of colour and as the images captured by RMW favourite Matt Willis show, everyone is having a lovely time. And I know I don’t need to say this, but if you’re looking for a florist in the South West (Bristol, Bath, the Cotswolds) you should probably get in touch with Rachel as her work is simply stunning 🙂