Big, bold, boundless and pink is the way this alternative wedding inspiration at iconic wedding venue, The Giraffe Shed is described and it couldn’t be more accurate. With neon signs, flower installations, glitter balls and a real show stopper of a wedding cake! Plus, real brides-to-be Jade and Cara strutting around looking killer in a pink tulle and gold glitter gown.
I’ve been guilty of singing 70s disco anthem D.I.S.C.O whilst putting this inspiration together for you today. It’s such a fabulous era to take inspiration from, with iconic fashion, makeup and colour scheme. All of these symbolic attributes have been accredited beautifully by Kerri at Off Duty Weddings, including floral jumpsuits, sequin dresses and glitter balls. There are even roller skates! And, what could be more representative of the era than warm autumnal hues.
When it comes to wedding fashion there are no rules. If you’ve always dreamed of a bespoke wedding dress, go for it. Or if you’d rather spend less on your outfit and more on your honeymoon then that’s fine too. As always, it’s your day, your way. This beautiful editorial mixes high street fashion with designer labels and shows you how you can incorporate items already in your wardrobe to accessorise your look, as well making staple purchases you can wear long after your big day.
This caramel, raspberry and rust wedding theme has to be one of the most delicious colour combinations we have ever seen, complemented with black and gold accents to give it even more impact. From the wedding flowers, through to the table decor and bridal headdress, you are going to be wowed from start to finish. Organised by Rock My Wedding recommended supplier, Elizabeth Weddings and featuring many more of our recommended suppliers. Now, are you sitting comfortably?
Becky: You might be picking up your dress a couple of days before your wedding, you might have it a week before or because of current circumstances, you might have it in your possession for much longer before you can wear it. If that’s the case, how are you planning on storing it? No one is saying that you can’t pop it on and have a dance around the kitchen, but that might not help with the storing-it-and-keeping-it-pristine purpose of this post.
Whatever your dress storing status is, we’ve bought in an expert to fill you in on how to store it safely. Allow me to introduce Cynthia Grafton-Holt. Cynthia is the founder and bespoke wedding dress designer at Cynthia Grafton-Holt Couture so if anyone can tell you how to store your wedding dress correctly, it’s her. Enjoy.
Not only is, Rock My Wedding recommended supplier, Sally Bean Couture’s new Falling Flower bridal collection absolutely stunning, but it is also made in London using the finest ethically sourced luxury silks and laces. Fully handcrafted during lockdown, Sally brought her visions to life ensuring each gown was both modern and timeless, using varying silhouettes and details to suit every bride’s style. But rest assured, every gown can be tailored to suit you. Sally likes nothing better than working with her brides to ensure they feel both comfortable and fabulous in their bespoke wedding dress, and can’t wait to design your dream dress with you.
Today we’re taking you to RMW recommended wedding venue, Iscoyd Park, but probably not as you’ve seen it before. Amongst Iscoyd’s gorgeous grounds, they have renovated a coach house, which was the location for this divine editorial, photographed, planned and styled by Vanita Life and By Chenai. Together, they mix romantic florals and candles with contemporary stationery and signs. Plus, include stylish bridal looks and wedding gowns by Emma Beaumont, to show you how to have an intimate wedding without compromising on the details.
The tones and prints at this industrial inspiration by Esme Whiteside Photography and Sam Williams Flowers are amazing, including tropical blush blooms and leopard print bridesmaid dresses, as well as smoke bombs, and complementing cakes and stationery. If you’re looking for style and substance then you’ve come to the right place.
BUDGET £30 – 35K