Some couples are born cool (I’ve long made peace with the fact I’m not), and this Shoreditch wedding at Village Underground has all the swag, with to-die-for industrial vibes and an epic party. Stylish bride, Sophie, looks hot to trot in her Rosa wedding dress by RMW favourite, Grace Loves Lace, accessorised with a pair of simple – but stunning – gold triangle earrings. Alongside her dashing groom, she looks sublime against the gritty backdrop of East London, and must be thrilled with the couples captures by Chris Barber; keep an eye out for our newlyweds shot through the window of a Routemaster bus. Genius. And as for the menu. My oh my; dive in to discover one of the best wedding breakfasts we’ve seen on these pages.
Good job these two gorgeous grooms are both doctors because this seriously swoon-worthy wedding is likely to leave you light-headed (I sure am). From the light-filled, whitewashed warehouse vibe, to the special personal touches (look out for Grandad Cyril’s marmalade!), the industrial styling at Wimborne House is beautifully enhanced by the DIY details provided by the couple, who grew all the greenery in their own back garden and roped in Jack’s builder dad to create the incredible copper arch. And not forgetting the fantastic feast, catered by RMW recommended supplier Humdingers. This may be a photography studio by day, but by Jove, it is a wedding gem by night.
What a venue. What a dress. What. A. Wedding. From the décor to the flowers to the fashion, this is off the scale stunning. Bride and groom, Jasmin and Christoph, have nailed their brief of ‘boho luxe botanical’, and the gorgeous photos by Nancy Ebert – a photographer who limits herself to twelve carefully selected weddings a year – show off this once-in-a-lifetime celebration to stunning effect. Ready to swoon? This is wedding goals – and then some.
‘Tis the season to be jolly, and this candlelit Christmas wedding at Gray’s Inn London is certainly full of joy.
Cara & Huw fully embraced the festive season with seasonal wreaths and Christmas carols, and smiled the whole time making John Barwood Photography‘s job a delight. It helped that he knew most of the family, having already captured Cara’s sister Lorn’s wedding, that RMW were lucky enough to feature too.
So if you want to feel all warm and cosy inside, definitely take a moment to savour this beautiful Winter wedding.
How utterly gorgeous are Sarah and Mike? They make a seriously stylish pair and their relaxed, waterside wedding in London naturally follows suit. Everything is beautifully styled, from the flowers to the fashion, and I just know the soft and romantic colour palette will be right up your street. You’ll absolutely be swooning over Sarah’s Rime Arodaky dress too, her legs go on for miles and she’s a total knock out. Then there’s the slinky dusky pink bridesmaids dresses from Reformation…honestly, I could talk for days about the gorgeousness.
But luckily for you, we’ve got the wonderful images from Krishanthi, so you can see for yourselves and there’s no need for my waffle to continue. Enjoy lovelies, this is a RMW wedding through and through.
Right people, this is a wedding you need to settle down for. Go and get a cup of tea and get comfortable. It’s FULL of gorgeous images because Miss Gen is behind the lens and quite frankly, I couldn’t whittle down the selection any more. She’s an absolute master of wedding photography and these photographs are giving me all the feels.
Firuze and Mark are also a pretty special couple – obviously they are rather easy on the eye, but they’ve been through a lot and so their wedding day was a very important occasion for them. Enjoy the images and words from Firuze, their story will bring a tear to your eye and the details will make you swoon. We’re so thrilled to share their big day with you all…
We’ve long recommended looking outside of the world of weddings to find inspiration for your own big day. Often interior and floral trends can be seamlessly transferred into wedding design, and using these influences ensures your styling is completely unique and visionary. With that in mind, we’re sharing this beautiful minimalist inspiration shoot from Anemone Style and Genevieve Wedding Photography to show you just how this is achieved.
The styling here allows the incredible lofty venue to breathe and really celebrates each element of design – from the delicate and considered florals by Kitten Grayson, to the ceramic plates from Lucia Fraser. It’s paired back, minimal elegance at it’s very best.
In a world of ostentatious wedding design and endless imagery, we like to think RMW is a breath of fresh air. We feature weddings that are completely true to each couple, reflecting their tastes and personalities, rather than conforming to what a wedding ‘should’ look like. Ashley and Paul’s big day does this in spades and then some. They took a very relaxed approach to planning and let their suppliers have lots of creative control, Ashley sums up the result perfectly –
‘In the end, something we didn’t have full control over became fully perfect to us. It’s all verging rather close to some kind of moral or life lesson: that maybe the best weddings, and relationships, happen when you let go of total control, trust the people around you, and make room for a little bit of alchemy.‘
Enjoy this one beauties, and please savour every last word from Ashley, she writes with such flair and ease, it’s a joy to read her and Paul’s wedding report…
I am alllllll over the rustic come industrial mix of this wedding. It is completely charming, relaxed and ruddy gorgeous. Battersea Arts Centre was made for weddings like this.
We were pleased to hear Phil and Maria found most of their suppliers through The Love Lust List, now The List, Rock My Weddings supplier directory where you can find the photographer of this wedding Beartrici Photography and the beautiful florals from Daisy Ellen Floral Designs
Apparently, Maria & Phil played a hilarious film of themselves playing Clueless and Top Gun whilst their guests ate popcorn and held a surprise impromptu ceremony afterwards. This is just amazing!