If you are on the hunt for the perfect wedding dress it is definitely worth looking outside of the traditional bridal boutiques. Some of the designs out there are just gorgeous and we were very excited when we were sent the brand new Ted Baker Bridal collection. It’s such a gorgeous collection of dresses coupling simple silhouettes and pretty detailing so we are excited to be sharing it with you all today.
Natalie and Martin’s rustic, sunshine filled day is proof that you don’t need to spend a fortune to have a beautiful wedding. With a little bit of careful planning, saving and compromise, you can create the day of your dreams without causing yourselves unnecessary stress. Natalie sounds like a lady with her head firmly screwed on and it’s clear that the most important thing to her was just to marry Martin.
The pair were lucky with the weather and had the most incredible blue skies and sunshine, making their venue, Ridge Farm, look even more beautiful. There’s a lot of gorgeous lace action going on, with Natalie’s Lusan Mandongus dress and those stunning cornflower blue Bridesmaids dresses – a total bargain from Kailko at House of Fraser.
We hope you enjoy this relaxed, rustic but oh-so-happy big day!
Right then who’s up for a Manchester based wedding with a botanicals theme and a super cute bride and groom? All of you? Thought so…good job we’ve got Gemma and Steven’s glorious big day for you then isn’t it.
The pair decided to say their ‘I DOs’ at The Old Parsonage amongst beautiful gardens before moving on to the more industrial Islington Mill for the party. I am particularly in love with the amazing florals created by David at Frog Flowers; all of the action was captured by the talented Mike Plunkett.
Happy Easter lovely readers, we hope you’re enjoying the four day weekend. We’ve got a gorgeous classic white wedding to share with you all today and it’s just brimming with fabulous details to swoon over. There’s no chocolate eggs, but there IS a delicious dessert table to satisfy your sweet tooth, which includes the prettiest personalised biscuits I’ve seen many a time on Pinterest, but never in ‘real life.’ And talking of food, look out for the gorgeously presented canapés too – today’s caters Jacaranda are on our Love Lust List recommended supplier directory, and it’s great to see their work in action.
As well as the food, the decor is fab too – the floral arch in the church is simply stunning and makes an incredible back drop for that first kiss as husband and wife. And the chalkboard signs, hand drawn by a friend of the couple, look really effective too.
I think this wedding may contain one of the best wooden palette DIY projects I’ve ever seen! Aliki’s Dad created the epic wooden backdrop which sat behind the top table, was adorned with flowers, and had ‘love’ scribed across it in gorgeous calligraphy – it looks amazing and considering that they made lots of speeches (as per Norwegian tradition) it was an excellent idea as it appears in so many photos!
I love all of the floral accents too, the napkins, Bridesmaids dresses and stationery all have gorgeous mismatched floral print and it just looks so pretty. And then the actual flowers?! Rustic wedding perfection. The addition of hops is genius as it adds such fabulous volume to the arrangements.
Photography is by the lovely Claudia Rose Carter, a firm Rock My Wedding favourite, for her dreamy, artistic style.
Getting married in a university college definitely demands a certain level of elegance and I think Laura & Pete’s big day fits the bill perfectly. Their whole wedding is very classy and sticks to a gorgeous palette of pastels. Laura’s floral Ted Baker shoes are a fun addition to her traditional bridal look and we’re loving the wild bouquets that add a pop of slightly darker colour to proceedings.
I love it when couples really embrace their wedding venue and I think it’s fair to say that Amy & Andrew have done exactly that. Their farm wedding is properly rustic, with an actual tractor (a white one, obvs), a trailer to transport the Bridal party in, lots of wild flowers and tree slices to decorate the tables. And you’d be mistaken in thinking that farmyard chic isn’t pretty – because it SO IS.
There’s a riot of colour, so many different vases, vessels and china crockery and an afternoon tea that will make you very hungry indeed. I’m also a big fan of the sequinned Bridesmaids dresses, a fabulous find on ASOS.
This week has been like something from the Kilt Appreciation Club, and this afternoon’s wedding finishes it off nicely!! Rebecca & Charlie had such a pretty wedding in Scotland – Logie Country House is full of light and has been decorated beautifully with white details and wild green foliage. In fact all of the floral decor is just gorgeous, the idea of putting displays under bell jars on top of log slices is genius and looks so effective!
Rebecca is a Bride after our own hearts, she works in the industry and clearly has so much passion for what she does. She fell in love with a stunning Suzanne Neville gown which she had altered and tweaked until it became the perfect gown for her. It really is a breathtaking gown.
I absolutely adore this classic spring wedding with peaches and cream colour scheme. It’s just so yummy I couldn’t wait to dive right in!
As fate would have it Woodhill Hall country wedding venue had one remaining date left in 2015 and Amanda & Gareth booked it without hesitation. It’s certainly easy to see why they fell in love with it when it offers a light and airy orangery, stunning landscaped gardens AND beautiful tipi to host their celebration. They dressed it to perfection with hanging paper lanterns and the cutest DIY bunting adorned with buttons all cleverly crafted by Amanda’s best girls on her do.
Gareth chose his own Ted Baker suit & peach tie which matched the grey Bridesmaids gowns perfectly and Amanda surprised herself by falling in love with an embellished lace fishtail gown by Ronald Joyce. All of which look absolutely fabulous!