We’re heading to the South West of England today for a dreamy Cornwall wedding at Trevenna. The Barn wedding venue is stunning with gorgeous exposed bricks, high ceiling covered in fairy lights and a light-flooded glasshouse reception covered in drapes and hanging lanterns. Add bride Helen’s romantic Naomi Neoh Gown with removable lace jacket, a peony bouquet of dreams and a DIY photo booth frame and you have the ultimate in wedding magic.
With the Bank Holiday fast approaching, there’s only one place we want to be: soaking up the sunshine with friends. Fortunately – given the forecast (sigh) – Ashley & Nick have laid on the most epic garden party wedding for us, with fabulous florals (peonies, people, peonies!), beautiful bold colours inspired by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, and the best garden party game: piñata. With Halfpenny London separates and a fantastic flower crown thrown in for good measure, this wonderful wedding may be in the rolling British countryside but it will trick you into thinking you’re half a world away.
There is so much love and colour filling this outdoor festival wedding it is guaranteed to brighten your day.
Starting with the bridal party’s flower crowns popping against their crisp white dresses and following through to the outdoor ceremony arbour and hanging installation in the tipi. If you don’t pin at least one of these immense set ups I’d be very surprised.
As you’d expect from a festival wedding, there are smiles and laughter ‘a-‘plenty, all captured beautifully by RMW favourite Maryanne Weddings, and none more so than from the bride and groom themselves who enjoy every minute of their unique day.
Spring is here, and with it, it brings the smiliest, most loveliest couple Helen & Rob, and their classic pub wedding in the city. Absolutely busting with bright blooms from floral genius Joanne Truby Flowers, including season favourites peonies and ranunculus.
Capturing all the sunny sweetness is the lovely Ann-Kathrin Koch who certainly put this couple at ease and brought out the best in them, as well as capturing all the pretty for you to swoon over and pin.
Well there’s one thing this wedding is not and that’s dull like the current British weather, so if you’re in desperate need of a break from the grey skies, and April showers this beautiful bold pink wedding will most certainly brighten your day.
Loulabel’s coral florals bring the wow factor, as does the DIY Liberty print bunting decorating the rustic barn at Nancarrow Farm, and just wait until you see Bride Lauren’s one shoulder Anna Campbell gown from Coco & Kate.
When the duo behind Jolly Awesome get married, you just know it’s going to be a day of pure fun. Matt and Katie clearly have creativity running through their veins and I’ve loved pouring over the details of their big day. Think palm prints, neon signs and bright pink peonies. With some extra special treats for people – if only every wedding guest in the world could receive one of Matt’s illustrations as a favour, there would be grins all round!
Images come from the wonderful Amy B, whose natural and joyful style is perfect for this fabulous wedding day and I can 100% vouch for Amy’s talents as she shot my cousins wedding day too 🙂 Enjoy this colourful and stylish day – I have a feeling you’re going to love it!
“The bride found me (Eve Dunlop Photography) on RMW and immediately new what she wanted for her day, stunning florals and a beautifully styled wedding with coolness as standard. From her personalized leather Jacket to the couples pimped up french bull dog. This party was like no other. They rocked it!”
With a wedding synopsis like that you know you’re in for a treat, but I have to say it has still managed to surpass my expectations. There are so many fabulous features you’ll want to swoon over and pin, probably none more so than the whiskey bar, and all helped to make possible using SO many of our talented recommended suppliers.
The fashion is literally to die for too. All coming from he high street but looking like a million dollars. Now are you ready for this immense country wedding? Then I shall keep you no longer, enjoy.
Happy New Year everyone! We hope you had a fabulous festive time with loved ones and are feeling utterly refreshed and ready to throw yourselves back into wedding planning. For those of you who got engaged over the Christmas break, massive congratulations and a warm welcome to RMW. Now we may be biased, but we firmly believe that we feature the most lovely weddings with the most wonderful Brides and we hope that you’ll visit these pages every day to help you plan your own wedding day. We’ve got tonnes of stunning weddings for you this year, along with lots of advice and inspiration posts too.
This morning’s wedding will have you smiling from ear to ear. Sophie and Ross are teenage sweethearts with two adorable little girls. They held their rustic glam wedding at Sophie’s parents farm (which you can hire for your own big day) and Sophie looked seriously beautiful in a frothy ruffled tulle gown, accessorised with an old favourite Topshop necklace and a pair of pimped-up leather ankle boots. She’s totally our kind of Bride and I just know you’ll love her too.
Images come from the wonderful Claire Penn, who always gets it right and I promise you that if you book her for your own wedding day, you’ll end up with not only the most incredible set of images, but a friend for life too…
One of the best things about this job is discovering new super talented and creative people who work in the wedding industry and then getting to share their work with you. This breathtaking shoot is from a host of lovely Cornwall based creatives who are all at the beginning of their careers and who we think are set for big things. Olivia is clearly a very talented photographer, you can see her background in fashion photography in these images. The way she has captured skin tones and the gorgeous light is just beautiful.
And Caerhays Castle looks like a magical venue. Imagine getting married with the ocean as your backdrop? It never feels like a reality for UK Brides, but these images just show that it can be…