If you saw our Watercolour inspiration post last week you will know just how utterly beautiful the new Monsoon bridal collection is. Full of impeccably-crafted pieces for brides-to-be all exclusively designed in London. Discover vintage-inspired gowns with delicate embellishments and modern classics with subtle details.
There is nothing more romantic than a watercolour colour palette for your wedding. All those soft, muted colours give never ending scope for a whole host of pretty.
When we first saw the new Monsoon Bridal Collection we did a little swoon at just how beautiful the dresses were. Think relaxed and ethereal with a bohemian twist. Soft fabrics and pretty embellishments to create a look that is undeniably feminine. Free spirited and stylish, the new collection of Monsoon wedding gowns delicately fuse vintage inspired pieces with more contemporary styles.
With Christmas so very nearly here now, we thought we’d share a lovely festive wedding with you all, to get you in the mood for celebrations. Zoe and Mark had been together for 12 years before they got married, which may be partly why they planned such a fabulous wedding in just 7 months – they knew what they wanted, a Christmas wedding filled with countryside accents, lots of tweed, Emma Bridgewater china and a Land Rover. And that’s exactly what they created!
Winter Brides are so lucky with the fabulous coats and jackets they can wear, the fit of Zoe’s cropped tweed jacket by Walker Slater is just perfect. (If you’re looking for Winter Cover ups, make sure you check out this post from earlier on in the week). But first, lets cosy up with a hot chocolate and this beautiful wedding…
Yesterday we shared the beautiful new Monsoon Bride collection with you all, the dresses are truly stunning and we are looking forward to seeing lots of our lovely readers and their best girls wearing the dresses in the future. The collection is available online now and in select stores from January 2016.
I absolutely adore this classic spring wedding with peaches and cream colour scheme. It’s just so yummy I couldn’t wait to dive right in!
As fate would have it Woodhill Hall country wedding venue had one remaining date left in 2015 and Amanda & Gareth booked it without hesitation. It’s certainly easy to see why they fell in love with it when it offers a light and airy orangery, stunning landscaped gardens AND beautiful tipi to host their celebration. They dressed it to perfection with hanging paper lanterns and the cutest DIY bunting adorned with buttons all cleverly crafted by Amanda’s best girls on her do.
Gareth chose his own Ted Baker suit & peach tie which matched the grey Bridesmaids gowns perfectly and Amanda surprised herself by falling in love with an embellished lace fishtail gown by Ronald Joyce. All of which look absolutely fabulous!
Well this morning’s beautiful couple are one stylish pair. Bride Natasha wears the stunning Eden Jenny Packham gown and looks absolutely incredible in it and Groom Matthew looks equally dapper in his mixed tweed Ted Baker suit & bow tie.
Cleverly fusing their love for their urban city life and their country roots they stumbled across a beautiful rustic barn in an industrial location. And I have to say it’s the most fabulous venue and couldn’t be more perfect for them. Scrolling through the pictures you’ll see perfect portraits captured with picturesque rural backdrops and raw industrial beauty. It’s kinda of like getting two weddings for the price of one!
I haven’t even mentioned how absolutely amazing all the array of high street pastel Bridesmaid dresses are yet and the hand picked meadow bouquets are just beaut!
Oh I do like to be beside the seaside, especially when there is a gorgeous wedding going on and a fabulous nautical theme with seaside trinkets.
I love Charlotte’s beautiful Johanna Hehir wedding dress and that she adapted her look to suit her style by adding a super cute lace Sassi Holford cape. The bridesmaids, flower girls and page boy all look adorable too in their budget friendly high street fashion and how can I leave the Groomsmen out who look very dapper in their traditional morning suits.
All the guests look like they are having a super time in the giant tipi and surrounding gardens, and who wouldn’t with all the fabulous games, food & entertainment on offer!
We’ve got a gorgeously rustic wedding for you this morning, from the lovely Swancar Farm in Nottinghamshire, which has that perfect combination of exposed bricks, A-frame beams and glorious green outdoor space.
Rather aptly, Sarah went for green, earthy colours when decorating the venue and it looks fabulous – metres of bunting and expertly folded origami flowers added just enough pretty to enhance the already gorgeous reception room.
I do love a Bride in a tea length gown and Sarah looks lovely in hers – she took inspiration from her mother on her wedding day 🙂