If you love things totally unique and ornate, trust us, you are going to want to see this Anyhoe Park wedding. Firstly, hello flowers! From the romantic pink and white blooms decorating the wedding breakfast tables to the truly spectacular staircase floral arrangement and door frame structure, our eyes have been wowed. Our pinning fingers have gone ten to the dozen too! We’re also smitten with the beautiful blossom trees lining the aisle during the wedding ceremony framing the adorable nuptials perfectly. There are lots more wedding day moments and decor captured by the lovely Lucy Davenport, so we’ll just let her beautiful images do the talking.
The delicate green & white palette of this rustic wedding at Wasing Park in Berkshire gives it an overwhelming elegance and timeless feel.
The slim A-line silhouette of both the Brides David Fielden gown and the Bridesmaids Ghost dresses are so chic. I simply adore the lace back on Ashlee’s gown. Plus you have to check out her AMAZING Casadei shoes. Talk about killer heels.
Also blowing my mind are all the florals. Using so many of our favourite blooms; roses, astilbe, Bruina berries, and giving the bouquets depth poppy seed heads.
You have GOT to see the flowers in today’s decadently Autumnal wedding! I mean quick, start swiping through the amazing slider of beautiful images if you haven’t already to cast your eyes on some truly glorious centrepieces and one magnificent bouquet.
Cara and Rich decided to tie the knot at East Riddlesden Hall in Yorkshire accompanied by lashings of seasonal blooms, some seriously contemporary black and white striped decor and layers of festoon lighting.
I adore Cara’s heavenly smokey eyes, her mismatched bridesmaids and her rustic decor which is imbued with charm just like Cara and Rich themselves. All the fun and games and those beautiful sunlit portrait shots were captured by Photography34.
Its clean lines and timeless silhouette was perfect for the change in theme and suited Cara down to the ground. The pictures captured by James Fear of Cara twirling, and her skirt billowing in the wind are pure heaven. I know I wouldn’t be able to resist doing the same.
You also need to check out her chic up do and hair accessory *swoon*.
Lucy and Ed are from the North and South so wanted to incorporate both their heritages with a laid back rustic vibe to pay homage to the North and super luxe, glamorous details to represent the South, and the results are absolutely stunning.
The deep berry blooms mixed with coloured glass goblets & gold platters make for one AMAZING tablescape. All housed in a clear sided PapaKåta sperry tent so guests can enjoy panoramic views of The Yorkshire Dales.
I’m a huge fan of Lucy’s 1920s Charlie Brear gown too; I would not be able to stand still with all those tassels crying out to be shimmied. Perfectly accessorised with Art Deco inspired Miu Miu shoes. What a bridal outfit, and what a stunning Bride.
Enjoy all the atmosphere and every detail with stunning images from Hayley Baxter Photography, a fabulous video from A Piece of The Party including live music from Warble Entertainment who are all members of our recommended supplier list The Love Lust List.
I love featuring barn weddings that are elegant and chic – as much as I love a wild and rustic thrown together look – it’s always lovely to show you just how versatile a wedding venue space can be – and Southend Barns is looking particularly stylish today. With minimal details and a clean colour palette of white and gold (albeit with lots of twinkling fairy lights) the finished look is just gorgeous.
Katie’s choice of styling for the venue is reflected in her form-fitting gown by Johanna Hehir and the gold sequinned Bridesmaids dresses. The group of sisters look so gorgeous. And talking of sisters, Simon’s very talented one, Kelly, did all of the flowers!
The lovely portraits of the couple in the rain should hopefully quell anyone’s fears of rain on their wedding day…what could be more romantic than a kiss under an umbrella in the pouring rain?
The flowers, the flowers the FLOWERS!…. and the blue. It’s fast becoming one of my favourite W-day hues. Katie and Matt found a whole host of brilliant suppliers via our hand-picked directory, The Love Lust List including photographer Matt Ethan. It makes us beam with pride when we find out our personal recommendations have helped to create such a beautiful affair.
Think wild flower meadow-esque styling but with a quirky fashion twist, we’re in love with all of the pretty details!
I can’t think of a better way of starting the morning than pouring over this stunning country wedding. Set in the most idyllic location, across a river and quaint suspension bridge to reveal the most fabulous rustic tipi reception in Tim’s parents secluded garden.
To continue with the dreaminess, wait until you see Bride Eve’s fabulous Augusta Jones fishtail wedding dress. It has the most delicate lace neckline that gently skims her shoulders meeting in an elegant low back V and the silhouette of the gown was made for her.
I don’t know about you, but I’m really feeling the need to escape this miserable weather, so this wedding is just what the doctor ordered – and reminds us that sometimes we do actually get beautifully sunny days in the UK (!)
Jemma & Sam’s stunning wedding from Tunnels Beaches is like a breath of fresh air – full of gorgeous views, spectacular florals and one seriously sexy Charlie Brear gown…which was clearly made for Jemma and has us wishing we had more freckles! Jemma is a total babe.
Groom Sam is actually a wedding photographer, and not only any wedding photographer – but the lovely Samuel Docker himself, whose weddings we have featured in abundance on RMW as we love his style and he just has the most stylish couples. So it makes total sense that he played a key role in planning the wedding – in fact he chose the venue with no contribution from Jemma. I know. Boy did good.
Anyway, I’ll pass you over to our gorgeous pair, as their write up is just a joy to read and really made me smile…oh and of course, the photography is pretty epic too as you would expect…