This timeless, romantic wedding inspiration at, new wedding venue West Horsley Place in Surrey will take your breath away. Beautifully complementing the Grade I listed, country house with exquisite tablescapes and floral installations by Emma Soulsby Flowers, plus decadent cakes my MonAnnie Cakes.
Everything was brought together by the wonderful planning and styling talents of Rachel Dalton Weddings, who perfectly showcased the manors historical charm and capabilities, giving you lots of food for thought for your own wedding day.
It’s always a treat to blog a wedding from Pynes House, it’s an incredible place with stunning grounds, set at the top of a valley surrounded by countryside. You really couldn’t ask for more from a wedding venue. This Pynes House wedding is extra special, because I was actually there and can confirm it was every bit as beautiful as it looks. The flowers were stunning, Jesse looked utterly gorgeous in her bespoke Suzanne Neville gown and the food from Pickle Shack was just top notch. But then with Katrina Otter at the helm of planning the wedding, I expected nothing less.
Look out for the dark green stationery from Bureau Design, so elegant and I think we’ll be seeing lots of this natural shade for stationery this year. The beautiful photographs come from Soph and John at John Barwood Photography – two lovely human beings who will blend into your wedding day like guests and take a fabulous set of images to boot.
Make sure you read all about Jesse and Ed’s separate trips to Rome…completely heartwarming, this pair are clearly meant to be!
Get ready to swoon, because this blush pink, romantic, country wedding inspiration at Tithe Barn, Dorset has fairytale vibes written all over it.
Hugely achievable with a beautiful rustic setting, some well-chosen florals, and incredible fashion. And all brought to life by the finest Dorset wedding suppliers. Including photography by Darima Frampton Photography and flowers by The English Florist
If you’re searching for suppliers in your area, you should definitely check out our supplier directory The List, where you can pop in your postcode and see who’s closest.
Now, are you sitting comfortably? Then we shall begin…
If you are a regular follower of Rock My Wedding you’ll know our ethos is ‘Your Day Your Way’ (It’s also the title or our wedding planning & inspiration book), so it was really lovely to see Sarah & Mark’s following the exact sentiment and having a moroccan themed wedding in pub with epic floral installations, lanterns and an abundance of cushions and throws. They also decided not to have speeches and carried on their celebrations over a two day period. because why not.
The attention to detail and dedication it took to transform bride Lottie’s parents working sheep shed on the family farm in Exmoor is absolutely incredible. There’s trestle tables, fairy lights, and log slices a plenty, and it all looks incredible. I love the quirky table names too. Taking inspiration from their now home Australia with famous catchphrases like ‘flaming’ gala’ and ‘strewth Sheila’.
Plus the fashion is to die for. The ladies wear lace and the groomsmen don tweed. I can’t think of a better combo for a rustic country wedding.
Matt Willis Photography was on hand to capture all the emotion, including the speeches where there wasn’t a dry eye in the house.
There are weddings and then there are WEDDINGS and this massive party at Trinity Buoy Wharf definitely falls into the second category. From start to finish it’s clear that everyone is having a ball, Kerri’s smile doesn’t leave her face for the whole day! Exactly as it should be.
With a large number of guests and lots of logistics involved, including boat travel, a fabulous wedding coordinator was needed – Always Andri was the perfect woman for the job. The day ran without a hitch and looked utterly beautiful too. Let’s get started shall we? There’s lots to enjoy…
This morning’s wedding is very close to our hearts. Our lovely real bride Emma got married over the summer and it was such a treat to share her planning journey with you all. Emma is truly a beautiful person inside and out who has been a RMW reader since the very, very beginning. Like me, she’s wedding mad and is genuinely just all about the love, which makes her wedding even more special.
As you’d imagine, like a true RMW couple, Emma and Dean’s wedding day is full of details that are personal and special to them. Their DIY gin bar is just the best idea. Guests were asked to create a bottle of flavoured gin to bring along, these were then added to their pretty display cabinet and guests could sample them, before voting for their favourite. This needs to become a wedding thing – let’s make it happen people! Not only does it get guests involved in a bit of healthy competition, but it’s also a great way of saving a little bit of money on the bar tab too 😉
So without further ado, let’s enjoy Emma and Dean’s wedding day. It’s an absolute cracker of a day so get comfy, start scrolling and leave some love for this gorgeous pair at the bottom of the post…
“Once you’ve got some clear ideas on what you both want, make decisions, and crucially, pick very good suppliers. Good suppliers are invaluable.”
We couldn’t agree more with Bride Tara’s fabulous advice, and it’s lovely to see she included many of our our very own, The Love Lust List, and Look Book, recommended suppliers to make her gorgeous blush pink, white and gold vision at Aynhoe Park a reality.
From the show stopping blooms to the refined gold flatware, I’m sure you’ll agree everything looked absolutely stunning. Non more so than our gorgeous bride and groom in their fabulous wedding attire. Tara’s Suzanne Neville gown fits her like a glove and James couldn’t be more dapper in his DKNY black tie suit from Moss Bros.
The wonderful Lucy Davenport has done a sterling job at capturing all the elegance and love, so enjoy every delicious detail.