It may be cold and dreary outside but we’re going to cling on to summer dreaming for a little while longer, with this beautiful boho inspiration taking place at Rock My Wedding recommended venue, Dewsall Court. There are epic floral arrangemets using neautral flowers and dried grasses. Plus, an incredible outdoor altar and chill out area with rugs, pouffes and delicious buttercream wedding cake. The bride and groom roam the beautiful country house wedding venue in an off the shoulder Rue De Seine wedding dress and beige suit, and look killer amongst all the decor and styling.
The flowers, the bridesmaids and the beautiful couple, in fact, everything about this wedding at Dewsall Court is picture-perfect. The couple said their vows in front of close friends and family at the small church at the Hereford country house venue who are one of our handpicked suppliers. However, they had to get inventive as all of their guests would not fit in the cute church – there were 175 so we aren’t surprised, so instead they set up a viewing area with a large screen so that the guests who could not fit were still able to watch the nuptials just outside. The bride looked stunning in a Donatella Piccarrata dress flanked by her gorgeous bridesmaids and the cutest flower girls who were on hand to carry the bride’s lace train!
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.
BUDGET £22.5 – 25K
BUDGET £12.5 – 15K
A simple, relaxed wedding whilst also enjoying a lovely day at a National Trust owned pub in Evesham with a gorgeous dahlia wedding bouquet and a delicate lace wedding dress. This summer day was covered with personal touches including a homemade cake table by members of the family, a mint green Land Rover and even an outdoor bowling alley to keep the guests entertained. The fun continued long into the evening with everyone dancing and singing away with the ceilidh band at the medieval-styled barn party all captured by Rosie Kelly Photography.
Bringing all the glamour to Foxhill Manor Worcestershire wedding venue is same-sex couple, James and Dean. They don black tie suits, include their pet Dachshund Winston throughout their wedding day and fill the country house wedding venue with gorgeous white flower arrangements.
BUDGET £37.5 – 40K
Having met through their joint love of riding vintage Vespa’s, there was only going to be one theme for their wedding with a beautiful mid-length halterneck wedding dress, super cool wedding transport and huge smiles on every single person’s face! This 1960’s inspired wedding at Garthmyl Hall looks so much fun, we wish we could have been there to enjoy the ‘Rave Cave’! And those flowers are to die for, although we would expect nothing less as the bride herself works at the amazingly talented JamJar Flowers. Even just looking through this wedding puts a massive smile on our faces!