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I loved Anna and Craig’s Fawsley Hall wedding as soon as I saw it — and when they say ‘all things vintage’ they really mean it… there’s even a steam roller thrown in! Not to mention the family heirlooms as wedding decor. This is truly beautiful.
I also admire Anna and Craig’s approach to sourcing wedding suppliers. They sourced items locally and saved money that way, as well as working together with family and friends to make their own accessories for the big day. But most of all this is a beautiful wedding full of smiles and laughter, love and family. There’s mention of a giggling fit at the altar (love it!) in Anna’s wedding report which you’ll find at the end of the blog feature today.
Hello lovelies! I hope you’re having a nice week — anything exciting planned for the weekend, anyone? I’m feeling ever so loved-up this morning as Jayne and Steven’s English Wedding Blog report is just wonderful. So rather than me wittering on, I’m going to share a quote from today’s beautiful bride Jayne to introduce today’s real wedding on the blog:
There’s a little clue in the title of today’s wedding blog for you. This is a very bright wedding, an absolutely fantastic theme and a blog post to make you grin from ear to ear in delight.
Emily and Alan are a great couple — full of fun and creativity. And while Emily is stunning in her Jasmine Couture wedding dress, Alan steals the show in a bright. yellow. suit. (There’s a photo to watch out for with a handwritten note from Emily: “I love you even though you look like a bowl of custard”! which is wonderful! Seriously though — he looks great, and everything about today’s wedding blog is brilliant. Literally!
If you’re styling a vintage military wedding then I’ve a feeling you’ll love Sara and Dave’s wedding blog. They’re a fantastic couple with a great sense of style, and used lengths of bunting and traditional decorations to theme their gorgeous wedding.
Not only are there loads of ideas for you from Sara & Dave’s big day, I’ve created a vintage military wedding Pinterest board with more ideas to share with you — so if you’re planning a similar style for your day, do have a look!
Congratulations to Sara and Dave, and my huge thanks to Jamie from Vickerstaff Photography for sharing the wedding photos on English Wedding Blog for us all to enjoy this morning.
There’s nothing like a real love story to brighten up a cold morning… and Alice and Jamie’s story is a lovely one. Both living in London now, they went back to their childhood home of Wales to get married last year. Alice has written her own story of the wedding day which is as enchanting as the images of the wedding. And she looks so incredibly beautiful in lace and pearls…
All the photographs are by Cambridge wedding photographer Jean-Luc Benazet. I have something very special to tell you about Jean-Luc at the end of this wedding blog, but for now I’ll leave you to read Alice and Jamie’s wedding story.
This real wedding is bright, exciting and full of colour: from the vintage fire engine, Jezebel, to the striking sunflowers-which-are-better-than-sunflowers… it’s a stunner.
Manchester based Vickerstaff Photography submitted the wedding for our lovely little blog, and I was delighted to see a glorious day unfold through one fabulous image after another. There are some amazing shots here which I know you’ll love to bits. I do — these guys are really special.
When Ivanka sent me her wedding report explaining all the Ukrainian wedding traditions included in her day — well it was more than the icing on the cake. This is a very special wedding and I’m sure you’ll love it — and learn something too*
This gorgeous wedding film by Silk Wedding Videos needs very little introduction. A beautiful bride in a ruffled wedding dress; her gorgeous (and tearful) groom in kilt and sporren; an idyllic Cheshire location and about as loved up as a wedding video can be.
Wedding video highlights:
- the adorable bridesmaid watching preparations in the morning
- tears from the groom and his heartwarming vows
- a lovely Scottish accent and bagpipers to go with it!
- dogs in collars made of roses. Eat your heart out Tamara!
Thanks to Tom Harrington of Silk Wedding Videos for sharing. Here’s the link to his official website at www.silkweddingvideos.co.uk and to the Silk Wedding Videos channel on Vimeo — http://vimeo.com/silkweddingvideo — you’ll love it.
Another favourite wedding featured this year was from March — in this case it’s the wedding dress I absolutely adore: the vibrant red is out of this world. Bride Gemma is stunning and wedding photographer Amy Wass is one very talented lady. Enjoy!
To see the full post just click Stunning Red Wedding.
Time for something a little bit awe inspiring, I think! How about a beautiful wedding in a 12th century English abbey?
Malmesbury Abbey is a uniquely impressive church, and Mark and Laura were lucky enough to be married there in the late summer. Only parts of the abbey are still standing, as it dates back from the 1100s — but restoration work means the church can still serve as a parish church for daily services and wedding ceremonies.
Photography is by Magic Photography’s Allison Dench, a Berkshire-based wedding photographer who I love for her ability to capture all the most romantic moments of a wedding day.
Two months have absolutely flown by, and I can now very happily blog Liz and Jon’s wedding day for you. This couple wear their hearts on their sleeves — so the photos might just bring a tear to your eye. They did for me!
Their photographer was Adam from ARJ Photography in Manchester. There is definitely something special about Manchester wedding photographers and Adam is no exception: a creatively cheeky element always comes shining through — in Liz and Jon’s case, it’s bathtubs!