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Happy New Year, and Congratulations…?! Plus – our first wedding of the year!

Hey there beautiful! I hope you’ve had the most wonderful Christmas and New Year. And if you’re here…. are you new to wedding blogs? Do you have something to celebrate?! If you’ve got engaged in the last few days I’m so, so happy for you – have a massive Congratulations from me and all of us at the English Wedding Blog! 2017 is going to be the most amazing year for you… and we’re here to help!

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If you’re exploring wedding blogs for the first time, you’ll love what you find here. We’re all about sharing beautiful ideas and real wedding stories to inspire your big day. We publish a new feature article every day, most often a real wedding full of glorious images and an interview with a real bride and groom. You’ll also find fabulous wedding inspiration on our  wedding blog, alongside supplier recommendations and designer showcases. What’s not to love?!

Discover more – there’s a world of wedding inspiration at your fingertips from our archives. Use the menus to explore weddings in your area, or weddings by theme – you can also search for weddings by season (we love this for predicting the weather. Will you really have a rainy wedding in July?!)

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I wanted to introduce you to the English Wedding Blog by sharing some of my favourite weddings from the blog in 2016. We’ve had the most amazing year with some wonderful stories and fabulous, uber gorgeous wedding inspo from our featured brides and grooms. Follow us for the next few days to see my personal pick of the most insanely spectacular weddings in our archive… and stay around for some real gems on their way in 2017.

Welcome! I hope you love it here 🙂Claire

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My weddings of the year – 1. Jess & Rich’s cool London wedding

 

I tried on loads of dresses as I had to wait a while for an appointment at the shop I was really keen on – when I tried it on, I was sold. My dress is by Charlie Brear (Haliton dress) and I accessorised with silver and deco style jewellery from various places, a headpiece from Not On The High Street, a fur stole from Annie’s vintage shop in Angel, London and green shoes from Dolce & Gabbana which a friend kindly picked up from Italy!

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Rich wore a bespoke green suit from Cad and the Dandy and my bridesmaids picked their own dresses – I just asked for them to be different colours from a “peacock palette”

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My bouquet was by Rebel Rebel – again from a peacock pallet of colours. We sourced table and venue flowers from New Covent Garden Flower Market – they were delivered the day before and we assembled them ourselves.

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Making our own stationery was a massive labour of love – we sourced supplies from all over the place (stamps with our faces on, gold and green ink, art nouveau wrapping paper, split pins, kraft card…)

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Images are by documentary wedding photographer Paul Rogers. Discover more from Paul’s stunning portfolio here:

http://www.rogerspictures.com
https://www.instagram.com/paul.rogers.photography/
https://www.facebook.com/paulrogersphotographer/
https://twitter.com/rogerspictures

Paul’s second photographer for Jess and Rich’s wedding was lovely London wedding photographer Joan Jellett, who you can find out more about here:  http://joanjellett.com

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Favourite supplier web links for other brides and grooms:

Paul Rogers (photography) http://www.rogerspictures.com
Rebel Rebel (flowers) (http://www.rebelrebel.co.uk/)
Disco Wed (DJ) (http://www.discowed.com/)
Charlie Brear (dress) (http://www.charliebrear.com/)
Hubbub (catering) (http://www.hubbubcatering.co.uk/)
Great Mobile Bar Company (professional bar service) (http://thegreatmobilebarcompany.com/)
Themetraders (prop hire) (http://www.themetraders.com)
Gods Own Junkyard (neon light) (http://www.godsownjunkyard.co.uk/)

For Jess and Rich’s full wedding feature please click here

Paul Rogers Photography London

Come back to the English Wedding Blog tomorrow for more: we’ve a stunning summer wedding from Cornwall to share with you – the inspo in this one is out of this world!

Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at www.byMoonandTide.com. Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.

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