Classic style never goes out of fashion, and this wedding is proof that timeless will always be on trend. The bridal party look picture perfect in their black tie and blush bridesmaids dresses, whilst the bride is a knockout in her off-the-shoulder St Patrick dress. Ooh, that lace! Hampshire Collegiate School – the former home of Florence Nightengale, no less – provides a stunning backdrop to the celebrations, whilst clever calligraphy signs – including a mirror table plan, kraft label place settings and wooden sign – look great and get guests into place. Multitasking at its prettiest! This is the sort of day that will never date. Pinning fingers at the ready…
When the family home looks as beautiful as bride Sarah’s it really is a no brainer to hold the wedding there. Making excellent use of the stunning gardens and following the ‘English Country’ theme through to the marquee reception with epic hanging foliage garlands and hoops.
Sarah looks incredible in a Rime Arodaky gown, giving the illusion of bridal separates with its cutaway top under the lace overlay. As do her bridesmaids in blush pink dresses from the high street. Keeping with tradition the groomsmen opt for morning suits, and together this wedding party are pure goals.
The wonderful photography skills of Jason Mark Harris were on hand making this collection of images a delight to pore over.
When the bride is Grace, from Bramble & Wild, you expect the flowers to be epic. But her and James’ marquee wedding filled with peonies, David Austin roses, foxgloves & delphiniums is beyond incredible. Every single stem has been placed perfectly, but in that gorgeously undone, organic style Bramble & Wild are known for. The rich and warm colour palette of berry tones, pinks and purples, is just delicious and proves that these striking tones work beautifully year round (although Grace did chose May deliberately for it’s abundance of flowers).
The couple served an incredible menu that included lots of vegan and vegetarian options, so if this is important to you, make sure you read her menu as it all sounds mouthwatering.
Naturally the team behind this day are all the very best suppliers out there, so check out the supplier list at the bottom of the post if you’re still hunting! They are clearly a very talented bunch…
Super competitive couple Charlotte and Ben run marathons in their spare time, so naturally their wedding day was high energy, with a couple of contests thrown in for good measure. From wedding bake offs, with actual medals, to the tug of war, the whole day was about everyone getting involved and having fun. And it’s clear from everyone’s faces that they had a wonderful day!
As well as Amy Fanton’s dreamy images, the couple chose This Modern Revelry to film their big day. According to Charlotte the wonderful Laura & Alan made them ‘feel like the lead singers in our very own music video.’ Which is surely exactly what you want from your wedding film?! It’s a lovely day, with beautiful styling and fabulous fashion choices (including Needle & Thread bridesmaids dresses), so I think it’ll be right up your street…
If you’re having a winter wedding, especially one in a tent, marquee or tipi, then there are lots of things to think about. Bad weather, keeping guests warm, making sure people can actually see once darkness falls…but if you get it right, the result can be totally magical. A winter wonderland for guests – cosy, warm and inviting.
Today we’ve gathered advice from our RMW The List recommended suppliers, who are all experts and well versed in setting up tent weddings during the colder months. There are some great tips here so get cosy and prepare to be plunged into a world of wintery inspiration…
When the team behind the wedding is as fabulous as todays is, you just know the result is going to be gorgeous. Darina Stoda worked her magic on the lens, Swaffham & Fakenham Florist created beauty in the marquee and The Little Lending Co’s props and signs really pulled together the ‘woodland luxe’ wedding theme. Bride Megan is a florist herself, so naturally knows a thing or two about weddings. Tony works in the timber industry and created the incredible personalised wooden place mats for guests. Such a gorgeous piece of decor and the perfect wedding favour, all rolled into one.
Every wedding moment, decor and detail captured by Claire Fleck Photography at this homespun village wedding will fill you with joy.
From the DIY wooden palette table plan, to the hay bale seating areas, not to mention the epic greenery installation, You really get the sense of all the sentiment poured into it to create Emily and Tim’s dream marquee wedding. Plus its all pretty darn Pin-tastic to boot.
Elegant black tie weddings are fast becoming one of our favourite looks on RMW at the moment. First adopted by our American friends and finding their way over the Atlantic ocean to grace our beautiful wedding features too.
The groomsmen opt for dapper tuxedos and the bridal party gowns are always absolutely jaw dropping. This is certainly true of bride Charlotte in her lace Badgley Mischka wedding dress with detachable train. Seriously, wow!
Charlotte and Paddy compliment their attire with a timeless grey, white, greenery and gold colour scheme, and together with Mood Events and Floralearth they style the marquee at Tullyveery House in N. Ireland with epic results. Think greenery table runners, hanging installations and romantic taper candles.
Now get those pinning fingers ready because The Lou’s have captured it all to perfection.
Homespun and beautiful are exactly what spring to mind for this bright back garden wedding. I just love it when a couple pour their absolute heart and soul into their wedding and it’s apparent for all to see in the DIY decor and vibes of the day.
A rainbow of colour definitely fills all the images by Marianne Chua Photography and can be seen in the hanging ribbons, fabulous florals and rather helpful tub of sunnies. Not to mention all the lovely stationery and signs designed by friends.
Bride and groom Christina and Jordan are absolutely beauts and will have you smiling from ear to ear. So grab a chair and take five to enjoy every moment.