Weddings don’t come much more laid back or stylish than this intimate family focussed celebration in London’s East End. Town Hall Hotel is such an atmospheric place to hold your wedding ceremony and we love the relaxed, industrial vibes of Bistrotheque for dining – it’s the perfect place for a wedding breakfast that values both substance and style.
Our favourite lady Miss Gen was on hand to take the photographs and she’s done so in her natural gorgeous way. This wedding is full of heart as well as swoon worthy details, so enjoy lovely ones!
This gorgeous couple have had me smiling like a cheshire cat the whole way through their city wedding. Chris Barber Photography has captured their infectious smiley personalities to a tee, making this a real joy to put together for you lovely lot.
Plus bride Kath wears the most fabulous pink ombre Jenny Packham gown I ever did see. Making a real style statement and looking every bit the blushing bride. Groom Kel certainly knows a thing or two about fashion as well, looking very dashing in a grey suit and woven tie.
I adore the simplicity of this day. Opting for a registry office ceremony and a pub reception but making each venue fabulous with a plethora of wild blooms, DIY projects, fabulous decor and fun ideas. This is the first wedding I’ve seen with a personalised social media snapchat filter, but I hope it won’t be the last.
Shall we take a look? I think you’re going to go pin crazy for all the intuitive inspiration.
Bride Sarah had not one but two outfits. Going from sophisticated in a cowl back Cymbeline Paris gown to effortlessly chic in a modern AQAQ jumpsuit. Her groom Elliott brings personality to his attire too. Matching her in the style stakes with a fabulous checked jacket and salmon chinos.
Taking to the urban streets and using it as a backdrop, Miss Gen Photography has captured some really memorable moments for this gorgeous couple to treasure as well as all that to die for fashion.
I also absolutely love the elegant navy & silver toned TFNC London Bridesmaid gowns. Complimenting the pure white and greenery bouquets perfectly. Plus did I mention the Krispy Kreme donut tower wedding cake…?
Christmas weddings always feel so incredibly magical, how could they not at such a special time of the year, so I love the fact that Esme and Alex decided to host their big day during this festive month complete with beautiful trimmings. And when I say beautiful I’m talking about truly exquisite table settings, decadent florals and sartorial sexiness. It’s all here folks, every single bit of it.
Oh and don’t forget to check out the stag inspired table plan, the sun-drenched portrait shots and the couple’s decadent cake! Bliss. All the action was captured by the talented Babb Photo.
This gorgeous urban city wedding is literally going to knock your socks off. I am well and truly smitten with Every. Single. Detail. For one, although it’s in the heart of London at Brunswick House, an old mansion set amongst the skyscrapers, it feels like the quaintest country wedding with greenery, florals & fashion to die for.
So lets talk about the fashion. Our stunning Bride wears the most beautiful satin Charlie Brear Haliton gown covered with a delicate lace Augustine jacket and then completes her stylish look with an incredible pair of silver Bionda Castana shoes. Honestly folks I think I’m in shoe heaven. Janey’s best girls are also wearing the most fabulous grey Virgos Lounge gowns, which we are always swooning over here at RMW HQ and we’re also partial to a Groom in a kilt, especially when it’s been passed down from generation to generation.
I think you can tell how giddy I am, so before I let you take it all in, I just want to say OMG the flowers. The flower arch in particular, oh and the bouquets and the buttonholes and the centrepieces, all of them are simply A.MAZ.ING from That Flower Shop.
Get those pinning fingers ready folks, you’re going to want to come back to this one time and time again :).
Katie & Tommy love London city, so the search was on to have a day full of everything they love, including a boat ride of the Thames.
They stumbled across Trinity Buoy Wharf which is a great dry hire venue and meant they could have a wedding that truly reflected them. There’s hanging lanterns, trestle tables and paper origami boat name place tags as well as a sweet treat Kinder Surprise favour. Plus the most spectacular paper flower altar backdrop made by Katie’s super talented Mum which you are going to absolutely LOVE.
But onto our gorgeous Bride, she is the picture of elegance in her Jesús Peiró gown, and her laser cut Rupert Sanderson shoes….let’s just say you have to see them….oh my I’m green with envy!