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Gorgeous couple Madeleine and Andrew celebrated their wedding at Hedsor House in Buckinghamshire in November. Theirs was an elegant autumnal English wedding packed full of personal touches, with black tie dress for the boys and our stunning bride in a classic and beautiful Suzanne Neville dress, purchased from Ellie Sanderson in Beaconsfield. The flowers are warm, colourful and perfectly arranged; the photographs of their day just exquisite – they’re by Katherine Yiannaki Photography.

Madeleine & Andrew's elegant autumn wedding at Hedsor, with Katherine Yiannaki Photography (25)

Wedding photographer’s website:

http://katherineyiannaki.com/

How did you choose your photographer?

We loved Katherines classic yet relaxed style of photography. She was recommended through a family friend

Were you pleased with your wedding photographer? Do tell… we love a brilliant review!

Absolutely- Katherine was great to have around on the day, making Andy and I feel really relaxed. It really helped that she included a pre wedding shoot as part of her package so we could get used to the camera and made it run really smoothly on the day. The shots are beautiful and timeless, and we shall treasure them forever

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Alongside the necktie, the classic pocket square has become a quintessential component in formal accessorising, especially at ceremonies and receptions, where guests often include it as part of their wedding suits to add a splash of colour and subtle sophistication.

But it’s true that many don’t understand the most common methods for folding a pocket square or handkerchief, often resulting in a ruffled mess poking out jacket pockets.

In this guide we will tell you about the three most popular methods for folding a pocket square, alongside a step-by-step guide, so you can easily utilise them for your next wedding appointment.

Presidential pocket square fold

This is perhaps the cleanest and simplest option, helping you complete an outfit that is crisp, elegant and smart.

The Presidential pocket square fold displays a flat horizontal line atop the breast pocket and is a preferred option for less flamboyant yet formal occasions.

Popularised by TV shows like Mad Men, this style suits the classic black tie suit, but can equally work with a herringbone suit.

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So today’s wedding is an absolute DREAM!!! I have fallen head over heels for our stunning couple Daisy & Alex, for the FABULOUS florals by Dartmoor Flowers and the prettiest images by lovely Clare Kinchin Photography.

Daisy & Alex's beautiful Lakeview Manor (Devon) wedding, with Clare Kinchin Photography (21)

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Daisy & Alex tied the knot at Lakeview Manor in Devon, on a beautifully sunny day in June. Their style is neutral glam, with so many beautifully elegant details, from Daisy’s breathtaking Willowby by Watters dress (from The Ivory Secret Bridal Boutique) to the mini rose gold bauble place card holders and eucalyptus sprig place settings. Oh, and don’t miss the bouncy castle photos towards the end of the post… they are just so uniquely brilliant and Daisy’s face is a picture!

Daisy & Alex's beautiful Lakeview Manor (Devon) wedding, with Clare Kinchin Photography (34)

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Wedding photographer’s website:

http://clarekinchinphotography.co.uk

How did you choose your photographer?

We had seen a lot of Clare’s pictures on social media and in wedding magazines and just loved her style!

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A guest article by Lily Arkwright
Lily Arkwright is an English Wedding member

2019 was the year of petite rings with couples moving away from classical choices towards contemporary vintage designs for a differentiated style. This year, uniqueness is expected to continue as brides-to-be want their ring to shine amongst the crowd. Think bespoke designs, new ways of wearing and uncommon cuts and metals, we’ve summarised this year’s most popular Lily Arkwright moissanite engagement rings to help you choose the perfect ring for your 2020 engagement.

1. Grace

One of our most popular rings, the exquisite Grace 4 prong solitaire will be adored by anyone and everyone. Minimal yet stylish, the Grace features a stunning brilliant round Forever One moissanite centre stone, impeccably showcased by a 4 prong mount designed to create breathtaking sparkle and dazzling shine. Classic and elegant, the Grace ring is wedding ring friendly and goes with almost anything. If you’re overwhelmed by style choice the Grace is an excellent classic option.

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As you may know, I write calligraphy for weddings when I’m not in my blogging shoes, and the last couple of weeks have been super busy with some updates to my collections.

I have had my little Etsy shop since 2013 and in that time I’ve written for hundreds of couples’ weddings. But some of my wedding stationery had been on there the whole time – yes, the whole entire seven years – and was beginning to look a little 1990s around the edges. (I might be overly critical; maths sure as hell ain’t my thing. But yeah, it looked OLD!)

So in January I decided a real overhaul was in order. And I set to photographing, editing and uploading some of the bits and pieces I’ve written for lovely couples over recent months: the vellum paper place names, the torn edge on-the-day stationery, oh, and my favourite: the pebble wedding favours I love writing for people!

By Moon and Tide wedding calligraphy UK

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Morning lovely! I have been looking forward to sharing this beautiful wedding with you – Corinne and Paul tied the knot at The Green in Upton Cross, in Cornwall. Their intimate wedding was family friendly – with even their adorable pooch playing flower girl! The theme was late summer, rustic countryside and Corinne’s lovely Augusta Jones wedding dress is wonderfully elegant with fabulous movement (see the dancing pics!) and pretty ivory flowers down the back. It’s a beautiful wedding with some wonderfully romantic moments, and I’ve a feeling you’ll love this as much as I do!

Real wedding at the Green, Cornwall - photography credit Alexa Poppe (44)

Wedding photographer’s website:

https://www.alexapoppeweddingphotography.com

How did you choose your photographer?

Alexa was recommended by our wedding venue team. She has a lovely website with clear examples of her previous work, and at a good price.

Were you pleased with your wedding photographer? Do tell… we love a brilliant review!

Alexa was lovely. We met 9 months earlier and had an engagement shoot, we really liked her style. We were over the moon with our images, she really captured the day like a storybook. It was like re-living our special day all over again. Alexa knew the venue well also which helped 🙂

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Good morning, lovelies! We have a real treat for you today, with the most beautiful bespoke designer wedding dress and fabulous florals and stationery from a team of incredibly talented London wedding creatives. The images are all on film by Alexander J Collins, and the bespoke dress and concepts for the shoot are by the amazing designer Caroline Arthur. Caroline’s vision and realisation of this photoshoot mirrors her instinctive and breathtaking wedding gowns. You’ll see final touches being made to the dress, which is a creation of real beauty, and captured in the most stunning way in this delightful collection of images.

I am thrilled to say Caroline Arthur is a member of the English Wedding blog, and I will leave you in her very capable hands as she introduces the concepts behind this look, the creation of the dress, and the enchanting images you’re about to see.

Bespoke bridal couture by Caroline Arthur, image credit Alexander J Collins at Ham House (27)

Welcome to an inspirational English black-tie wedding photoshoot at the sumptuous venue of National Trust property, Ham House in Richmond, featuring stylish real-life Italian couple Valentina and Andre.

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We should all be planning a sustainable wedding in the 2020s. Our responsibility to the planet doesn’t stop on our wedding days! So is your wedding goal to be plastic-free, zero waste or just to not have a bad impact on the world around you? Wherever you are on the sustainability scale – and let’s be realistic, we’re not all ready for composting toilets and vegan banquets – we have 60 simple, easy and sustainable wedding ideas which will work for YOU today.

Grab a cuppa, find your wedding planning journal and get ready to plan your little-bit-greener wedding!

1. Keep it intimate!

Sustainable weddings start with a small guest list. Having fewer people travel to your day will cut down on your wedding’s carbon footprint and wastage. And hey, intimate weddings are less stressful to plan and wonderfully relaxed and laid back! What’s not to love?

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Happy weekend, lovelies! Today we’re reminiscing a little as we head back to autumn for a wonderfully colourful wedding at Layer Marney Tower. The florals are bold, vibrant, and quite breathtaking. Emily and Philip are absolutely gorgeous together, and the story of their dreamy wedding is captured beautifully by lovely Ayshea Goldberg Photography.

Real wedding by Ayshea Goldberg Photography at Layer Marney Tower (36)

Wedding photographer’s website:

https://ajg-photography.co.uk/

How did you choose your photographer?

We met Ayshea, or at least her photos, at a wedding fair at Layer Marney Tower. We unfortunately missed her on the day but i picked up her brochure. They were the only pictures I kept coming back to.
After a couple of weeks I decided to message and speak to her in person.
The great points on paper for hiring Ayshea were that she knew the venue,was local and had some great reviews as well as proven pictures. However, after speaking to her, the passion she shows for her role on your day is beyond what you would expect. She loves to meet people and is a pleasure to be around. After that there wasn’t a choice on who we needed to capture our day

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It’s a gloriously sunny day today, and I’m spending the morning doing a little insta-photography for our friends at Lily Arkwright – but I couldn’t resist taking a break to share this fabulously colourful wedding styled shoot with you. The look is light, lush and dreamy (ooooohhhh that sunshine – those dresses!) and the tablescapes are to die for. Huge thanks to lovely Rebecca Wilkie for sharing this one with us. It all happened in beautiful Yorkshire, so I recommend any of you lovelies in the north of England take a minute to check out the list of brilliant suppliers below!

Coral and blue for a colour pop wedding style! Credit Tabitha Stark Photography via English Wedding Blog (17)

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Spring is in the air with this epic Navy and Coral shoot with splashes of gold. We absolutely love that Pantone announce Classic Blue as their colour for 2020. Blue can be luxurious and ooze elegance and we are so excited to see how our couples will use it this year.

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Header image credit: Amanda Karen Photography full feature here

This one’s for all the wedding photographers, stylists, and creative suppliers out there! I’ve had so many beautiful submissions lately, and I’m really happy to have had submissions from photographers who’ve told me it’s their first time submitting to a wedding blog, or that they’ve never been featured before. Which absolutely makes my world go around!

At this time of year we get sooo many submissions, and some I’ve had to politely decline… but I always try to give a reason when I do. So I figured, perhaps it would be helpful to share some tips to help you get featured on English Wedding, and hopefully after that on other top wedding blogs as well!

 

Step 1 – Get to know your fave blog’s style

Every wedding blog has a different audience and a unique aesthetic, just as every wedding photographer has their own style and approach. By looking at the features on a blog, you’ll get to know the blogger’s style: is it uber quirky? Fine art? Focused on details and vibrant colour? And the key question: will your submission fit seamlessly with the blog’s look and values?

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Image credit: Oobaloos Photography

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