There are weddings, and then there are weddings, and this fantastic celebration at The Bike Shed Motorcycle Club in Shoreditch is nitty, gritty and oh so pretty. Thoroughly modern couple, Natasha and Luke, worked together to create a celebration that not only reflected them as a couple (move aside, Meghan Markle; this is how bride’s walk themselves down the aisle), but also ensured their guests had a great time to boot. Captured in mesmerising style by Nigel John, the photos feel fitting for a magazine editor and her beau: artistic, atmospheric and poignant, they would not be out of place in an editorial shoot or an art gallery. You truly are in for a treat.
Good job these two gorgeous grooms are both doctors because this seriously swoon-worthy wedding is likely to leave you light-headed (I sure am). From the light-filled, whitewashed warehouse vibe, to the special personal touches (look out for Grandad Cyril’s marmalade!), the industrial styling at Wimborne House is beautifully enhanced by the DIY details provided by the couple, who grew all the greenery in their own back garden and roped in Jack’s builder dad to create the incredible copper arch. And not forgetting the fantastic feast, catered by RMW recommended supplier Humdingers. This may be a photography studio by day, but by Jove, it is a wedding gem by night.
To quote Claude Monet “I must have flowers always and always” and this city wedding full of bright blooms is most definitely satisfying my needs this morning. Your pinning fingers are going to go into overdrive when you see the floral arch entering into the fabulous St JOHN restaurant and bar, not to mention the just picked bouquets.
Also making my weak at the knees is Bride Jodie’s Charlie Brear gown. I love the delicate tulle top layer over the sleek strapless gown, so edgy, cool and chic all at the same time. Plus Jodie’s red lipstick against her porcelain skin & white blonde locks makes her look like an elfin princess.
This laid back wedding culminates in a trip around London on a red route master bus, a fabulous reception with pavlova wedding cake, and of course copious amounts of live music, bubbles, love and fun. All captured by the super talented Verity Quirk.
The colours, fashion and floristry at this stylish London wedding are simply delicious. Forest green, mixed with crisp white and subtle blue thistle and blush accents look truly spectacular. Especially against the exposed brick and wooden trestle tables of Brixton East’s industrial, warehouse venue.
But Anna, oh my Bride Anna. What a real beauty and contemporary bride in her Rime Arodaky separates. I love the lace ‘Caplan’ crop top and ‘Arizona’ skirt combo. It is perfect for this fun celebration metres away from the couples home and suits her down to the ground. Plus her braided up do. All the heart eyes.
Hermione McCosh Photography has captured this couples personalities wonderfully, wait until you see the epic pic of them being lifted up by the crowd.
Chateau Sainte-Roseline in the south of France is undeniably beautiful, what a perfect backdrop for such a pretty and joyful wedding. Milly and Simon were married under rows of olive trees followed by an outdoor wedding breakfast accompanied by a 20-piece brass band…
I know, what dreams are made of right?
Milly’s custom made dress is stunning, and I love Simon’s dapper turquoise suit, not a hue you see A groom in very often but together they are a super stylish pair. After perusing their big day you can see more of Milly on her lifestyle blog Thoroughly Modern Milly.