These two and their gorgeous family focussed wedding have melted my heart this afternoon, and I’m pretty sure they’ll do they same to you. As you’ll read in Emily’s write up of her big day, they’d been through some difficult times before their wedding and so it became more than a wedding day, it was a celebration of family too.
The pair chose Fforest as their venue and it’s a place that never fails to enchant, if you’re looking for somewhere truly magical and different to host your wedding then you must visit. As well as picking a knock out venue, Emily and David chose our favourite film and photography duo, Anna and Simon of WE ARE // THE CLARKES. The images and film are gorgeous and the whole day is just warm, welcoming and full of heart – I have a feeling you’re going to love this one, so get comfy and enjoy!
Gorgeous venue Launcells Barton is one of our favourites in the South West – it’s location is stunning and all of the spaces you can use for your wedding ceremony and reception are just lovely. This is the first time I’ve seen the new events barn used for a wedding day, it looks so pretty decked out in pinks and rose gold for Ellie and Matt’s big day. Plus the new bar looks epic too. If you want an exclusive hire venue in the South West then you really must visit.
Ellie and Matt really made the most of every space available to them at Launcells – they held their ceremony outside in the glorious sunshine and guests enjoyed drinks and ice creams in the beautiful grounds too. This is a true slice of British summer wedding goodness, so enjoy! Summer 2018 will be here before we know it…
Today’s wedding is the perfect example of modern elegance. Every detail is beautiful and sophisticated, but the styling feels minimal and not overly fussy, making it feel really contemporary. Hats off to Natalie and Scott for creating such a visually striking wedding day.
Lots of our favourite suppliers were involved in this lovely wedding day, including the talented calligrapher Kayleigh Tarrant who you’ll find on our recommended supplier directory, The List. Images come from Nick at Parkershots, whose relaxed style is just perfect for this gorgeous day. I have a feeling you’re going to love this one, so let’s get started shall we?
Kate & Peppy knew that they wanted their wedding to be different from the start, originally from the UK but now living in Dubai they were used to lavish events but wanted their wedding to be totally original and fun-filled. With guests flying from all over the world a central location was imperative and with London being a previous home the location was set.
Once they walked into Soho’s Ham Yard Hotel they were sold, every inch of space is interior designed in the most spectacular way. From the living garden roof terrace which would house the ceremony and drinks reception to the totally individual Croc bowling alley which was to be used for the wedding reception. Not to mention the amazing dessert station that was assembled in the middle , perfectly capturing the fun, bold elements of the room, all following a circus theme, and topped off with a spectacular wedding cake from the infamous Hummingbird Bakery.
I love the unconventional seating arrangement around the pool of the beautiful Pieve de Pitti wedding venue in the picturesque Tuscan hills. Such a lovely setting, so elegantly arranged with a clear glass plate and a few lavender sprigs. Sometimes simplicity really is best.
I also adore Bride Keri’s lace Maggie Sottero gown. Those beaded cap sleeves are something else, picked out and complimented beautifully with her embellished Gillian Millon hair accessory. As far as bridal looks go, this has to be classic beauty at its best.
Add a few hanging lanterns, some gorgeous pastel pink Dessy Bridesmaids, an intimate outdoor ceremony and even a small rain shower won’t dampen the spirits of your guests. Who apparently started a very noisy rendition of “We’re singing in the rain” when the heavens opened.
Absolutely brilliant and incredibly pretty destination wedding captured by Helen Abraham Photography.
You are going to go weak at the knees when you see the gorgeous blush blooms by The Little Violet. From the floral wreath, to the buttonholes, sweet stem filled jars and Faye’s unbelievably stunning bouquet and flower filled up do, I guaranteed you’ll want them all.
You are also going to love Notley Abbey. The grounds are just breathtaking and the twinkling canopy of fairy lights in the Monks Refectory accompanied by hanging chandeliers is so romantic.
Faye choose the gorgeous lace Maggie Sottero Ascher gown, because it accentuated her derrière (her husbands favourite part). We absolutely LOVE it when a lady embraces her figure, and my does she look beaut. Elegant, sassy and a simply stunning bride.
Such a beautiful, classic wedding in every way, did I mention the blooms……..?
I have literally been in utter amazement at the way our gorgeous couple have executed their rustic wedding at the fabulous Barn at Brynich.
Nathan proposed two weeks before the couple moved from Cardiff, to Melbourne, Australia so planning their wedding in Wales has been no mean task. Whilst the grooms focus was how long he could grow his beard in 18months (which is actually pretty impressive), the bride managed to order bridesmaid dresses for her best girls from across the pond and craft an abundance of delicious DIY decor as long as your arm.
I adore the lovely lavender wild flowers that Nathan’s parents dried in their sheds, the cute hand embroidered table names and how can I forget the knitted beards in homage to the groom. They even managed to secretly learn a choreographed dance to Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking out Loud’, which I bet that was spectacular.
The country fashion is to die for, the views of the Brecon Beacons are breathtaking and the love and moments captured by Natalie Martin of this wonderful couple and their amazing wedding are truly stunning.
Everything you are about to see will put a huge smile on your face. From the rustic old barn reception full of vintage trinkets to the breathtaking portraits of our gorgeous couple on the Hope Valley Derbyshire moors.
I simply adore Charlotte’s Maggie Sottero gown, with a gorgeous champagne slip making the intricate lace overlay look amazing and what could be more country than a groom in tweed. Perfect.
If you love the just picked wild flowers look, stacked antique books, ditsy vintage china and a wedding full of sentiment and love then you’re truly in for a treat.