All aboard! This short but sweet ceremony at Orleans House Gallery in Richmond was just the beginning of this cool, city celebration. The Bride & Groom and their guests then hitched a ride on a boat down the Thames to Bingham Riverhouse where they enjoyed a relaxed, informal garden party. Aside from the peachy toned wedding flowers and brides bouquet, there was minimal decor as the venues definitely speak for themselves! Love the Bride & Groom’s sunglasses too!
I am absolutely in love with Amey and Naz’s Lake Como elopement and the sentiment behind their day. It’s just them, their love and the stunning Italian location that holds special meaning to them. Capturing all this magic was the wonderful Miss Gen who was not only their wedding photographer for the day but was also an amazing presence. She even sewed the strap of Amey’s Grace Love Lace wedding dress back on when it had a slight malfunction just as they were about to leave!
The sun is shining and the love and emotion captured by Miss Gen at this outdoor Pynes House wedding is infectious. The gardens are in full bloom and the bride and groom are glowing with happiness. Wedding flowers are kept neutral to complement the venue, and the bride’s gown is a slinky minimalist number, and boy do they both bring the wow factor. We’d also very much like to be blessed with Sinead’s boho waves. Such a bridal beauty.
We’re finishing the week off on a colourful note with this bright and beautiful London wedding. The venue, The Swan at The Globe, is intimate and intoxicating, with stunning views of the River Thames and St Paul’s Cathedral. The fact it is also the setting for some of the most romantic plays ever written makes it even more special still. Our lovely bride, Melissa, shows off her eye for detail to great effect, taking inspiration from Fortnum & Mason’s chocolate boxes to create the gorgeous duck egg blue and pink scheme, which flows through every aspect of the day, from the stationery and the flowers to the cake, meringue kisses and colourful table décor. It is a day which draws to mind – and brings to life – my favourite Shakespeare quote: “I would not wish any companion in the world but you” (The Tempest – Act 3, Scene 1). We have no doubt that the bard himself would approve.
This elegant London wedding – and stunning statement floral arrangement – is exactly what I need to add some magic to my mid-week. The beautiful blooms are mirrored by an equally beautiful bride, wearing the Carenne dress by Charlie Brear, accessorised with a fabulous lace jacket and porcelain flowers in her hair. I love the photo of Jess swishing her dress around in the doorway of Town Hall Hotel. The styling is completed with a semi-naked cake by one of RMW’s handpicked List members, Little Bear Cakery, a champagne table studded with succulents, and a copper frame table plan. Come on in and be captivated by Jess’ beaming smile and sublime sense of style.
Start your day in the most joyful way with this seriously sweet wedding; I honestly think it may make my heart burst. Bride and groom, Jacqueline and Sheldon, got engaged seven years ago in Santorini, on a night when there was both an earthquake and a lunar eclipse! Jump forward almost a decade – and a house and two children later – and here we are on their wedding day: a day that could not be more delightful. For a start, we have a high street wedding dress. All the heart eyes. For seconds, we have a pub venue. So fun! And for thirds, we have the cutest flower girl and page boy, who fill this day with utter wonder. There are so many magic moments captured in this album, but do keep an eye out for my favourite photo, that of the couple’s five-year old daughter jumping to catch confetti on the steps of Old Marylebone Town Hall. Picture perfect.
Unleash your inner magpie, for this wedding is all about the sparkle! Metallic confetti cannons, sparklers, a glitter artist and the bride’s stunning sequin drop waist dress ensure this East London wedding shines from start to finish. The couple’s six month-old son also has a star turn in a mini kilt, matching that of his dad. Cuteness overload.
Talk about a seriously fun festival wedding.
The relaxed vibes of the humanist, woodland ceremony and marquee reception is so apparent from all the wonderful captures by Miss Gen photography you actually feel like you are there celebrating with this amazing couple and their friends and family.
And what an entourage of favourite people they have. The wedding party snaps are seriously cool, mainly due to those epic red bridesmaid dresses and flowers crowns, not to mention the brides Reformation gown, and the grooms In Tweed suit.
Add hanging foliage garlands and bauble decor, plus a delicious semi naked wedding cake, and you have the makings of an immense summer wedding to swoon over. Enjoy.
The sun is shining and my heart is singing at this glorious outdoor ceremony in front of the beach at Ohawini Bay, New Zealand. Apologies in advance for all the wanderlusting that will undoubtably occur.
Just wait until you see all the wedding party portraits by Miss Gen too. They are uncontrived, beautifully natural and everybody looks absolutely fabulous in their wedding attire. None more so than bride Emma in her ‘Estelle’ Sally Eagle gown.