If the idea of industrial styling has you thinking of something a little harsh, think again: this wedding is prettiness personified. String lights soften the exposed brick walls, and foliage, pampas grass and ferns combine with burgundy and blush flowers to bring a sense of the outside in. Bride Jo is a beauty in Lenora by Wtoo Watters, and looks every inch a goddess as she floats down the foliage-lined, candle-lit aisle. Captured gorgeously by one of RMW’s handpicked suppliers, Frankee Victoria Photography, this truly is a selection of shots to savour. Do not miss the sunset!
Head right this way for a sunny start to your week with this wonderful wedding at Doxford Barns, shot in ever spectacular style by Sarah-Jane Ethan. Burts of colour make this day so beautiful, with paper cranes and sunflowers filling the photos with joy. I’m also a huge fan of bridesmaids in white and love the mismatched knee-length dresses on Katie’s best girls. Look out, too, for the vintage tea jars used as flower vessels, the DIY glitter bar and the garden games (complete with the cutest little guest). This is a relaxed rustic wedding done right – very right. Enjoy.
Mary and Eddie’s wedding is a truly handcrafted affair. The creative couple beavered away on several projects to create their charming rustic Tipi wedding.
The gold covered jam jar vases, the fortune teller wedding favours, the bunting, the cake…almost everything you see was created by Mary, Eddie, or one of their talented family members.
A loose blue and gold colour theme seemed to develop – and it works beautifully with the hessian table runners and fairy lights.
We’ve come across several Brides on RMW who have taken on the challenge of folding 1000 origami cranes before their wedding day for luck…but I think today’s wedding is the first where the Groom has taken on the challenge.
But that’s not all Eddie did lovelies. Oh no.
He also created the elegant perspex cake topper. I haven’t seen anything that beautiful and unusual on top of a cake for a long time.