This is part two of the sassy London bridal shoot we fell in love with last week! (Check out part 1 here if you missed it) We're talking gorgeously modern, gently alternative, glamorous wedding styling with a luxe twist. And yup, all…
I fell in love with today’s photoshoot the second I saw it. Having a mother and daughter in a photoshoot is really special, and this is as sublimely beautiful as can be. The florals are breathtaking, the light is glorious – and the details are simply stunning. Huge thanks to lovely Katherine and her Camera for sharing this with us!
Flowers – https://www.wbfloraldesign.co.uk/
Outdoor Decor – https://www.bellandbellevents.com/
Chairs & Sashes – https://www.happyeverafterdesigns.co.uk/
China & Glassware – https://www.vintagegemschinahire.com/
Models : @samanthalorrainec & @phoebelavinia
Stationery – https://www.designbyemily.co.uk/
HMUA (hair only) – https://www.janeyhairandmakeup.com/
Cake – https://www.cakesinbloom.co.uk/
Photography & film – https://www.katherineandhercamera.com/
Veil – https://www.instagram.com/tabithatextiles
Bridal Wear – https://www.mariechandlerbridal.com/
Venue – https://parkhousehotel.com/
American couples have a tradition we’ve yet to really adopt in the UK: the wedding rehearsal dinner. We think it’s a lovely tradition to adopt – a way to introduce people in an informal setting, a distraction from your nerves the day before, and a lovely way of gathering up all your guests who’ve travelled from other towns and counties in readiness for your big day.
Let’s never forget weddings are for everyone: while the wedding media’s demographic tends one way, here at English Wedding we’re looking to celebrate a rainbow of couples and today’s UK beach elopement is absolutely one of my favourites! Our couple Wendy and Nigel shine through their day: their happiness is infectious and the images by Devon wedding photographer Thomas Frost are simply out of this world. I’m so lucky to have found this gorgeous pair through the website of talented wedding dressmaker Felicity Westmacott – and oh my, what an incredible DRESS!
Wedding suppliers, creatives, photographers – brides, grooms, planners and stylists: this is for you!
I’d like to collaborate with you on an article about the future of weddings. And I’d welcome ALL thoughts on the subject.
How do you think Covid will impact the future of weddings?
From this summer through to 2023 we’re expecting VERY busy seasons…
…but what about afterwards?
Will coronavirus have a huge effect on the long term nature of weddings?
I’ve heard various theories: