This elegant London wedding – and stunning statement floral arrangement – is exactly what I need to add some magic to my mid-week. The beautiful blooms are mirrored by an equally beautiful bride, wearing the Carenne dress by Charlie Brear, accessorised with a fabulous lace jacket and porcelain flowers in her hair. I love the photo of Jess swishing her dress around in the doorway of Town Hall Hotel. The styling is completed with a semi-naked cake by one of RMW’s handpicked List members, Little Bear Cakery, a champagne table studded with succulents, and a copper frame table plan. Come on in and be captivated by Jess’ beaming smile and sublime sense of style.
Cosmopolitan couple, Sophie & Taro, planned this lush London wedding from their home in Tokyo – and it’s a knockout. Bride Sophie took inspiration for the botanical styling after falling in love with Rewritten‘s marine green bridesmaid’s dresses; little wonder they are one of RMW’s recommended suppliers when they can clad your besties so beautifully and create your colour scheme. Sophie’s stunning gown also comes courtesy of another RMW fashion favourite, Grace Loves Lace, whose Verdelle dress, with its lace cape and low square back, is the height of contemporary cool. With tantalising touches throughout the day, including a neon sign to designate the altar and a four-tier Lily Vanilli cake, this wedding is a truly tasty treat.
You’ll be forgiven for thinking we’ve taken you back in time at this lovely vintage wedding. Bride Grace is an absolute siren in a sumptuous satin and lace gown, and groom Mat looks dashing in a three piece suit. Plus the deep burgundy hue of the bridesmaid dresses are absolutely delicious.
The Asylum and Town Hall Hotel ceremony and reception venues couldn’t be more perfect to host the timeless day. Filled with atmospheric candle light, greenery and gorgeous florals, as well as tender moments, love and smiles, all captured to perfection by Kevin Fern Photography.
What a glam and gorgeous wedding party! It’s always a treat to feature a stylish city wedding, especially one as lovely as this. Amanda and Seamus chose to hold their wedding at Town Hall Hotel, which is the most stunning art deco building with incredible spaces. Amanda has styled the day perfectly with subtle nods to the era, rather than full on Gatsby glitz and I’m adoring the clean colour palette of whites and greens.
At the end of Winter, we were invited to Town Hall Hotel by Knot and Pop for their Aussie Bridal Salon. We met some really lovely and very talented designers, one of whom was Cathleen Jia, whose bridal separates with a vintage twist had us weak at the knees. Today we’re really excited to be bringing you her latest collection, Love Struck, which has just launched and was shot here in London, at Town Hall Hotel, by the wonderful Jason Williams. Who FYI Cathleen says was phenomenal to work with!
It also makes me very proud that Cathleen and her team chose London as the backdrop to their shoot, ‘not only because of the charming streets but also her recognition in marriage equality.’ Hell yes to that sentiment. These images and the collection are the absolute embodiment of #lovewins. If you’re looking for bridal design that is fashion forward but also looks to the past for inspiration, then Cathleen Jia is the designer for you…
An elegant City of London wedding is just what the doctor ordered for a Thursday afternoon. I’m feeling the need for some refinement as the weekend draws nearer and this intimate but stylish affair at the Town Hall Hotel completely delivers, with elegance and sophistication in spades.
Mary wears a gorgeous Marchesa gown with the prettiest lace detail and which she describes as feeling light and comfortable, which can be hard to come across in a wedding gown. This particular dress looks like it was made for her though, and the way it sits and falls is simply beautiful.
The whole day has been captured by Sarah Gawler whose sensitive photography always captures light, emotion and special moments in a natural and totally unobtrusive way. I love everything about the portrait above – the framing is perfect and for me seems to sum up Mary & James’ day – lovely London, a truly happy couple and that feeling of intimacy only provided by a small wedding.