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couple
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Barn
Barn
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Groom
Groom
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Bride
Bride
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Order Of Service
Order Of Service
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ceremony
ceremony
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Married
Married
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Bouquet
Bouquet
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Details
Details
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Dance
Dance
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Lorn & Russ

Lovely Bride Lorn is making me want to be her friend. She has no shame over admitting that she totally fan girl-ed over RMW while planning her wedding, and I’m a total RMW fan girl, one of the originals in fact 😉 She also based her wedding reception meal around the ULTIMATE French restaurant – L’Entrecote, where they only serve steak and chips, with the most buttery, herby sauce you’ve ever tasted. Honestly if you haven’t tried it before, you haven’t lived. In fact, if anyone wants to join my new BFF and I on a road trip to France then let me know…

Now that her wedding day is over, she’s enjoying her daily dose of Rock My via our lovely interiors site, Rock My Style, so we’ve well and truly welcomed her into the fold. THANK YOU Lorn & Russ for being so lovely and for letting us feature your beautiful wedding day.

Images come from the wonderful John Barwood – his work always strikes a note in my heart and this wedding is no execption. And we’re not the only ones who think so, John received a Junebug Wedding Photo Award for the image of the couple dancing during the ceilidh reception. It’s SO striking and captures the essence of joy that a wedding brings to perfection. Right, let’s get started shall we? I have a feeling you’re going to love this one…

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Ruth & Neil

I actually don’t even know where to begin with Ruth and Neil’s big day. Perhaps I should start by saying that I think this is perhaps one of my favourite weddings EVER to appear on Rock My Wedding. I should probably follow this up with the fact that I found this the hardest wedding to curate for these pages because I wanted to include every single image in the slider at the top here. So will you promise me that you’ll take five minutes to look at all the images below in the gallery. Pinky promise?

Whenever we’re sent a wedding by photography genius Mister Phill, we know it’s going to be special but this unique do is an absolute corker. It’s clear that Ruth and Neil invested so much time and effort into making their knot-tying uniquely them. There is signage, there is an epic order of service, there are hay bales and a very sweet bouquet that you would never have guessed was not made by a professional.

There are awesome speeches and truly immense supersized posters (I honestly went green with envy when I saw the posters). There are doughnut eating contests, passionate smooches, branded signage for different parts of the wedding breakfast. Hell even the pieces of paper slotted into the vintage typewriter were branded. These two thought of EVERYTHING.

And I couldn’t not go without wondering if anyone else thought that Ruth has a touch of Sophie Dahl about her? She so wonderfully channels the English Rose archetype in her beautiful dress.

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