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Ramster Hall Wedding with Gysophila Flower Crown & Blue Bridesmaids

A beautifully classic church ceremony followed by a romantic and elegant wedding breakfast at Ramster Hall in Surrey. The bride arrived at the church in a vintage white Rolls Royce wearing a Dana Bolton dress and a delicate Gypsophila flower crown. The bridal party – including two incredibly cute page boys – wore mismatched style powder blue bridesmaid dresses. This creative couple wanted to design and make everything they could! The bride designed the stationery and made the welcome sign and the groom made the giant garden games that helped keep everyone entertained. And as the groom is a beekeeper, there was only going to be one option for the wedding favours – honey (of course!) with personalised labels!

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Le Petit Chateau Winter Wedding with Charlie Brear Bridal Dress

BUDGET £27.5 – 30K

Kate & Kit travelled all the way from Manchester to Northumberland to get married at the amazing Le Petit Chateau. With music being such a big part of this couple’s lives they were sure to squeeze it in at every opportunity from Aretha Franklin to Fleetwood Mac all making the day that extra bit personal. Such a classy and elegant celebration filled to the brim with cosy styling, laughter and genuine emotion all captured by Danny Birrell Photography.

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Ronald Joyce Bridal Gowns for a Flower Filled Same Sex Wedding

BUDGET £15 – 20K

Amy and Heather’s love of nature and travelling inspired their flower-filled wedding in the Cotswolds. With both brides wearing stunning Ronald Joyce wedding dresses to suit their personalities as well as constant smiles and a joint admiration for their wedding flowers and naked wedding cake, which exceeded all their expectations when they first saw them.

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Brickhouse Vineyard Summer Wedding with Blue Bridal Skirt

BUDGET £10 – 15K

Mel and Greg chose the picturesque Brickhouse Vineyard in Devon as their wedding venue so all of Mel’s Canadian family could come over and enjoy the celebrations and country retreat with them. They kept a tight hold of the budget by DIYing decor and wearing high street bridal separates – in their own words – Stick to your budget, compromise with your partner (it’s their day too) and don’t worry what other people will say or think. Your wedding is a celebration of marriage for you and your partner 🙂 What amazing advice, and relevant to every type of wedding, be that big or small.

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Max Mara Dress for Greek Wedding in Olive Grove with Macrame Decor

BUDGET £20-25K

We thought we would bring a little bit of sunshine to you this Wednesday morning, with this Greek wedding where the bride wore a sleek Max Mara dress. The bright and beautiful ceremony with a pink floral arch was followed by a sensational sit-down meal in the depths of an old olive grove, lit up with festoon lighting. As if that wasn’t gorgeous enough, macrame decorated the chairs and archways with rugs, large lanterns, blush florals and deep purple glassware adding to the finishing touches. Having spent three days with most of their guests, the small intimate celebration was the cherry on top of the (wedding) cake!

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Grace Loves Lace Rosa Bridal Gown for a Colourful City Wedding

BUDGET £35 – 40K

Zina and Jonathan injected their personalities, Cornish and Caribbean heritages, and style into every element of their Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding. Including wearing a customised Grace Loves Lace ‘Rosa’ wedding dress, designing the wedding stationery and signs, and opting for a cheese tower instead of a traditional wedding cake. All of the details and wedding day moments have been captured by Rock My Wedding recommended supplier Will Patrick Photography so you know you’re in for a treat. Keep your eyes peeled for the fairy light backdrop and floral installation too – it’s PIN-tastic!

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Forde Abbey Whimsical Wedding with Bespoke Bride Dress & Wildflowers

Don’t be fooled, these aren’t photos from the latest Disney film release, it’s just a magical wedding at Forde Abbey in Dorset. The whimsical wedding included velvet bridesmaid dresses and wildflower bouquets. The leading lady looked beautiful with her stunning red hair braided with an embellished hairpiece and a blush bride dress, designed and created just for her by Joanne Fleming. The embroidered burgundy flowers running up Loreen’s tulle dress matched the groom’s deep red wedding suit for the September wedding. Surrounded by their family and friends who had travelled from all over to celebrate the special day. The tones of blush, oranges, red and greens used throughout the day reflected the seasonal changes of the time of year and it couldn’t have been prettier!

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October Wedding with Autumnal Flowers & Glitter Balls at Cripps Barn

BUDGET £20-25K

Glitter balls, pampas grass and seasonal tones littered the venue for this October wedding at Cripps Barn in Gloucestershire. The cosy, romantic ceremony in the rustic barn was lit up with candles as the couple said their vows under a hanging dried flower display with glitter balls to add a bit of sparkle. The bride always knew she wanted a dress with pockets and that’s exactly what she had, looking beautiful in a Jesus Peiro off the rack, open back bridal gown. The couple wanted traditional but with a twist, something that incorporated their love of music and dancing, that brought the guests together and where the laughter didn’t stop, and that definitely happened – even if they had to find a replacement band the night before!

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Didsbury House Hotel Wedding with Halfpenny London Bride Dress

If you like blush weddings, then we know you will love this Didsbury House Hotel celebration. I don’t think we need to point out what the colour theme was for the day, but just in case you missed it…pink! From the wedding stationery to the flower arch above the door that guests were greeted with as they arrived, blush tones littered the venue! The bride looked beautiful in a Halfpenny London – one of our handpicked suppliers – wedding dress with lace detail teamed with a fun crown and flanked by her blush bridesmaids who wore mid-length dresses. Later in the evening the bridal party all donned personalised coverups with the bride choosing a white embellished jacket. Every detail had really been carefully considered, from the crockery to the eco-friendly wedding confetti from Shropshire Petals – another of our recommended suppliers – even the bride’s socks matched the colour scheme with little gold stars!

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