Smoke bombs. Sage green bridesmaids dresses. Semi-naked drippy cake. This wedding should be graded ‘S’ for swoon. I’ve fallen head over heels for this cute couple and their industrial-inspired wedding day, which is packed full of thoughtful decorative details. We’re talking a DIY doughnut wall, Chinese paper fans, and tear-jerking personal touches including a photo charm of the bride’s late father attached to her bouquet and cufflinks with photos of the groom’s late father and grandfather. I also adore the florals, with dusky pink roses, white peonies, sweetpeas, coffee-coloured phlox and foliage. Dreamy. And then there’s that dress, with its beautiful Bardot neckline and buttons all the way down the back. Utterly divine.
This classic English wedding is the sort of day little girls dream of (and the sort of occasion I dream of hosting for my own children; just got to get the country house, and the children, first…). The glass marquee blends beautifully into the lush garden setting of the groom’s family home, with a gorgeous hanging garland cascading from the roof. The boho luxe features are styled exquisitely in this space, and I particularly adore the gold cutlery and gold rimmed glassware; little touches really do make all the difference. With fireworks and sparklers sending our newlyweds off into the night, this glorious garden celebration will have you dreaming of halcyon summer days. Enjoy.
There are wedding venues, and then there are wedding venues, and RMW recommended supplier The Tythe Barn in Launton, Oxfordshire, truly is one of those one-of-a-kind places. Yaz and Nick fell in love with the rustic, fairy-lit barn on their first visit, and we completely understand why: with wooden beams, stone walls and a gorgeous wisteria covered aisle, plus an incredible backdrop of dreamcatchers provided by the bride, this is a venue where wedding dreams really do come true.
She married her beau Chris at a beautifully styled Spring wedding at Prested Hall in Feering, Essex, celebrating with her loved ones in a beautiful lantern filled marquee reception. The colour palette was soft, elegant pastel shades and echoed in the heavenly fashion and flowers.
Laura looks absolutely mesmerising in a lace Sottero & Midgley gown complete with flowers in her hair, and you know how we feel about sequins and tulle, so the bridesmaids Maya gowns are absolute stunners in our eyes.
The lovely Kathryn Hopkins gorgeous fine art photography style will transport you in a dreamy place, so sit back relax and enjoy every bit of this pretty wedding.
The gorgeous Courteenhall Estate in Northamptonshire where this wonderful outdoor ceremony and marquee reception took please is full of history and magic and made a dreamy location for a perfect peach wedding.
Everything was carefully thought out and put together in a romantic, soft, yet elegant style by bride Melanie who is a wedding planner, and will have you reaching for your pin button before you can say I do!
Groom James and Melanie wrote their own vows, gave speeches that made each other and their guests weep, and the lovely Ferri Photography was on hand to capture all the emotion and pretty in her wonderful fine art photography style.
This beautifully executed, elegant pink & white wedding was all down to the planning skills of Lindy Dowling, but with a venue like Notley Abbey, mesmerising flowers by Wild Orchid and an adorable couple such as Laura and Mike it was no wonder Natalie J Weddings was able to capture such magic.
Everything looks, relaxed, incredibly beautiful and super fun to boot. Who wouldn’t want a fairytale wedding like this…
There are some weddings that are just so adorable you can’t help but feel all warm and fuzzy inside, and this Spring wedding at Hengrave Hall in Suffolk with its pretty details, lawn games, beautiful golden hour portraits and incredibly smiley bride is definitely one of those weddings.
Jenny looks an absolute vision in her Fleur Naomi Neoh wedding dress, one of RMW’s all time favourite gowns, and yours too judging by the amount of social media likes and engagement we receive across our channels whenever we share a real bride in this timeless gown.
Katherine Ashdown Photography tells the story of this fairytale wedding beautifully, make sure you look out for the blooms too (not that you can miss them), and table plan, as they too will set your pulses racing.
Well where do I begin, the fabulous Krispy Kreme doughnut tower wedding cake so tall it nearly reaches the fairy light corrugated iron roof of Stone Barn, or the fabulous fashion worn by the bride and her best girls? Let’s start with the fashion, as I fear if I start taking about the alternative wedding cake I may never stop!
So, Bride Emily, what an absolute beauty she is in her Pronovias Tami wedding dress; the pockets, the cross over back with bow detail and the clean silhouette of the gown is simply jar dropping, and make all those portraits by Michelle Wood Photography of her with her beau Josh extra special. Plus I love, love, love the bardot neckline and high low hem of the bridesmaids steel grey ASOS dresses.
Keeping with the chic theme are the tin can white floral centrepieces, giant balloons, hanging paper lanterns and innovative barber board table plan, complimenting the already fabulous Cotswolds, country venue beautifully and making this a Winter wedding with a difference.
Tell me you haven’t taken a second glance at bride Lucy and thought she resembles Kate Middleton. Even her composure is Kate-esque, and doesn’t she look a vision in her JLM Couture Ti Adora gown. The three quarter sleeves, beaded belt and lace underlay skirt is so elegant and suits her down to the ground.
The rest of the celebrations are just as timeless and traditional, starting with a Catholic ceremony at Sacred Heart church in Wimbledon, conducted by the same priest who married groom Dom’s parents. Que a short journey to the reception in a white Figaro vintage car for an adorable après-ski themed reception at Cuddington Golf Club, with alpine evergreen lining the beams and little wooden skis in the flower arrangements. Plus how can I forget the floral initials framing the couple on the top table, such a gorgeous idea.
Matt Penberthy Photography was definitely the best person to capture this glorious wedding, taking the couple off for some truly breathtaking golden hour portraits, as well as all those delicious details for you to pore over and pin.