Every detail of this Aynhoe Park wedding was thought out perfectly, from the monumental Autumnal flower arrangements, through to the giant balloons and cocktail tower. Even the brides wedding dress could be adjusted from an elegant off the shoulder day gown to a stylish halterneck evening number. The speeches were full of emotion and the golden hour portraits on Aynhoe’s grounds are breathtaking. Be sure to sit down, relax and take in all this beauty captured by Emma-Jane Photography.
Sometimes a wedding day just isn’t enough, so bride and groom, Catharina and Alexander decided to have a five-day celebration including pre-wedding drinks in London captured on film with the most amazing electric storm backdrop by RMW recommended supplier Films in Bloom and then jet-set off to Budapest for dreamy nuptials in what I can only describe as a castle! It’s luxe, it’s fun, and it’s every bit as fairytale-esque as you can imagine. Enjoy.
Fashion changes, as do wedding dress trends, but a long sleeve wedding dress will always have a special place in our heart. They can be embellished or left sheer and EVERY bride we see wearing one looks extremely elegant. Real bride Rachel’s is a particular beauty with applique detailing matching the bodice of her Rime Arodaky wedding dress. Ready to take a look? Thought so!
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.
This Bodleian Library wedding in Oxford is the perfect combination of contemporary and traditional. Incorporating many new, fun elements, such as a joint bride and groom wedding speech, and opting for timeless attire in the shape of bride Ali’s stunning Sassi Holford Tamara wedding dress. Images come from the lovely Lucy Davenport whose light, documentary-style tell this tale beautifully. Plus the use of trees and beautiful florals to decorate the historical space is going to knock your socks off!
Holly and Jack met at Wake Forest University in the USA 5 years ago and wanted their wedding to be a huge celebration, colliding their two worlds. Euridge Manor set amongst the roaring hills was the most beautiful venue for their blend of American bravado and English tradition, with American guests getting dress inspiration from Peaky Blinders. The images by Joab Smith capture light and love in equal measures making this sunset wedding off the chart adorable.
Aynhoe Park in Cambridgeshire is always a show-stopping venue with its animals, antiques and Matthew Williamson decor, but add a seriously cool couple, stylish decor and dry ice desserts and you have a truly immense summer wedding.
Kate’s bespoke grey organza gown with gold flecks is so unique and just unbelievable fabulous in every way. She designed it her self, adding 7000 Swarovski crystal beads, swallows to represent the birds on the necklace Terry gifted her when he proposed and written on the hem their names and the lyrics to their first dance, The Power of Love by Gabrielle Aplin. SO romantic.
A special mention for the fabulous five-tier cake too. Homemade by Terry’s talented mum who handcrafted every flower in sugar icing or rice paper. Replicating the Swarovski pearls from Kate’s dress in icing and even hiding a miniature sausage dog within the cake to represent their dachshund, Dave!