BUDGET £20 – 22.5K
Caroline and Tom had a truly mesmerising Jewish blessing in Banking Hall in London. From the incredible setting to the Military touches in honour of Toms military past, each detail was carefully thought out, wonderfully executed and perfectly captured. Trust us you don’t want to miss it! And you certainly don’t want to miss Caroline’s Hayley Paige wedding dress – oh my, what a gown.
One of London’s hidden gems is definitely Wilton’s Music Hall. If you’ve never seen it before be prepared to be absolutely blown away. It’s covered in fairy lights and laden with history and was the perfect centre stage for Lucy and James’ Winter nuptials. After an emotional ceremony in the main hall, Shutter Go Click took Lucy and James off for some couples portraits, making full use of the exposed walls and mezzanine and even finding time to pop outside for some urban portraits on the streets of London.
Thursdays are the new Friday’s right?! Well, it certainly is in today’s instance as we bring you an uber fun London wedding with lights, installations, flower cloud, bridal cape and smoke bombs! I know, what a treat! We’re certain you are going to have the time of your life pouring over the amazing captures by Lex Fleming Photo. Make sure you keep an eye out for the urban wedding party portraits and the picture of the bride and groom surrounded by football fans after England’s 2-0 victory against Sweden in the World Cup 2018. We can guarantee you’ll want to join them! I was in London on that very hot day back in July and the atmosphere was electric!
Ring the (‘kissing’) bell as we have one hell of a city wedding for you to pore over today. There are palm fronds, moss and succulents in terrariums, plus delicious sharing platters, a doughnut wall and signature cocktails to satisfy your appetite. Taking care of your fashion fix is Bride Alex’s stunning ‘Cassiopeia’ Jenny Packham wedding dress. We’re completely smitten with its soft hues and delicate embellishment, and think you’re going to love it too.
It doesn’t take much to make good styling sing, and this gorgeous minimalist wedding is proof that less can most certainly be more. The monochrome colour palette, with grey and amber accents, is modern and timeless in equal measure, and allows the amazing space at Sunbeam Studios to shine whilst also creating an intimate atmosphere. The guests – who flew in from all over the world to celebrate with our Hong Kong-based couple – must have greatly enjoyed the elegance of the occasion, whilst also letting their hair down to music by GoldBeat (booked via handpicked RMW supplier Alive Network). Oh, and plus points for the piñata, which was clearly a hit with the kids (and, ahem, big kids for that matter).
I can’t think of two themes richer in colours or flavours than those which inspire this wedding: autumn and Mexico. The striking shades of Sophie & Steve’s autumnal colour scheme – mustards, rust and berries – are vibrant and vivacious, and work so well on all levels: from the mismatched bridesmaids dresses to the bouquets and doughnut wall. Mexican catering, plus margaritas, must have kept guests extremely happy, and a note on the cake – a three-tiered vegan chocolate cherry and almond number – made by local bakery Luminary, a social enterprise that provides training, community and employment opportunities for socially and economically disadvantaged women. Now that truly has a RMW stamp of approval.