Just wait until you devour this rustic wedding in Norfolk, you are going to be smitten from start to finish. Firstly it features a stunning bride in an Emma Beaumont wedding gown, who is one of our hand-picked bridal designers on our directory The List. Plus, there are dreamy golden portraits by Darina Stoda Photography who just so happens to capture every last detail and moment for you to swoon over and pin to your heart’s desire. Then there are speeches outside, immense floral designs, and SO much love and happiness you won’t be able to stop smiling. Make sure you’re sitting comfortably, then we’ll begin.
The Claude Monet quote “I must have flowers, always, and always” certainly rings true at this rustic barn wedding. With the wild wedding flowers taking centre stage and lighting up each image captured by Carrie Lavers Photography. Also apparent is the love and emotion shared by the bride and groom, Amy & Joe, whose beaming smiles are making my heart swell. Bookmarks at the ready!
Sarah wore THE most elegant Jesus Peiro wedding dress! You would never guess today’s farm wedding was the first at this stunning venue or in fact, 18 months previous it was a disused cattle barn. The Willow Marsh Farm venue in the East Midlands has literally blown us with its beauty and wonderful tale accompanying its history. Bride and Groom Sarah and Simon worked tirelessly to bring to life their perfect wedding and Matt Horan has captured it and this gorgeous couple perfectly. We have a feeling The Willow Marsh Farm is going to have a busy summer next year, as let’s face it who wouldn’t want to get married here. Insert multiple heart emoji’s.
Where to begin with this purple wedding? Let’s start with the rich colours and show-stopping floral moon gate which I’m sure you’ve pinned even before you’ve finished reading this sentence! Next, there’s a gold patisserie station full of individual treats that look, and I have on good authority, tasted divine. Plus the cutest cockapoo ring bearer and wedding party that totally rocked their Jesus Peiro and Needle & Thread dresses. When we deliver, we deliver, don’t we… You’re welcome.
Adding a little romance to your weekend couldn’t be easier with this burgundy, blush and sage wedding inspiration. Full of fabulous floral, a dreamy Bardot lace wedding dress and the rustic charm of Patrick’s Barn in Sussex.
Ooh, la la! There’s nothing more romantic than a French destination wedding; it is the country of love, after all. Aby and Joe’s gorgeous day in Normandy is a dreamy mix of local traditions and personal touches, with homegrown flowers, fabulous French food and a DIY foliage altar. Aby looks très belle in her intricate lace and long-sleeved dress by Catherine Deane, matched by her beautiful boho hair, styled into a loose fishtail plait with gypsophila woven throughout. Oh, and keep an eye out for the croquembouche cakes studded with sparklers. Mouth. Watering.
To quote the bride “we had a bit of a hotchpotch of things, but it worked!”
Oh my did it! And the results are spectacular.
We love it when couples really go for it and incorporate everything they love. Even more so when we hear they’ve had a go at creating some of the beautiful displays you see before you themselves.
RMW recommended supplier Frances Sales Photography did an amazing job at capturing all the decor and emotion of this DIY Rustic Tipi Wedding at Riverhill Gardens, Sevenoaks. So make sure you’re sitting comfortably, you could be here pinning for a while.
Lucy and Luke are just the sweetest couple – I have a feeling you’re going to love their rustic, home spun day and all the pretty florals. Naturally a farm wedding isn’t complete without a tractor, I just love the images of our couple sitting in the trailer on hay bales. There are also lots of mismatched bridesmaids dresses in pastel tones, a gorgeous naked wedding cake and lots of quirky details to recreate for your own big day. It’s super pretty from start to finish, you’re going to love it!
Lotte and Thomas’ wedding is the sweetest thing. It’s home spun, it’s intimate and it is just filled with feel-good moments, which is exactly how a wedding should be as far as I’m concerned. Lotte and Thomas worked really hard to keep things on budget, but still have a really fun and memorable day, sourcing lots of decor online and crafting things themselves. Their biggest treat was flying out RMW recommended UK based photographer Neil Jackson to Holland to take their photographs, but as we always say – this is the place to spend the money – your photographs will provide a lifetime of memories, as you’ll see from this beautiful set…