Exquisitely autumnal wedding style inspiration with breathtaking attention to detail and a divine colour palette – this is everything. I’ve fallen hard for today’s styled shoot, introduced by our lovely member Inkflower Press. Botanicals and natural styling touches will always be my favourite things, and this shoot takes the beauty of nature to an edgier space than traditional wedding territory… it is uniquely captivating and I adore every detail. I just know you will too.
A rich, warming and super stylish autumn wedding editorial from Shropshire, with a group of talented local suppliers and images by English Wedding member Nicola Gough Photography. See how all the styling touches came together to create a perfectly curated autumn wedding look with stunning florals, a deliciously different dress and cape, vibrant cake and stationery and a warming, cosy vibe. If you’re planning a Shropshire wedding for this autumn, you’ll love this!
A joyful 2019 wedding with a traditional ceremony in a 600 year old church. Beautiful bride Anoushka wears a bespoke Mona Vora gown with lace detail and a stunning back. Ivy trails from a loose bouquet full of foliage with sea holly, salix (willow) and blue / grey leaves – the flowers and foliage are wonderfully different. An elegant tiered cake with gold accents captures the autumn vibe of the day – as do the fabulous images by lovely Jessica Grace Photography, who gets a fantastic review from our happy couple Laurie & Anoushka!
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After the year we’ve all had, it makes me so, so happy to be able to share real weddings. 2020 weddings were few and far between, but oh, the days which were able to go ahead as micro weddings have been SO special! Today we’re celebrating with beautiful Danielle and handsome husband Lewis, who were married in 2020. Their story is told in the loveliest photographs by English Wedding member Grace Elizabeth, a Devon wedding photographer. My heart goes out to Danielle and Lewis – having to postpone their wedding because of covid, and then changing dates so their micro wedding could go ahead, must have been so hard. It’s really heartwarming to hear how their suppliers pulled out all the stops to make this day happen. Please do scroll all the way through for Grace Elizabeth’s fabulous golden hour portraits which capture the love of these two so perfectly!
The moments of joy that happened in 2020 feel more significant than ever before. Those rare weddings where couples got to say their vows, the celebrations of love amongst the tragedy of the pandemic… these feel sweeter than ever, and so beautiful. Meredith and Charlie’s wedding had only 15 guests, with loved ones tuning in via zoom from all over the world. They married at Priston Mill in Bath, and chose Somerset wedding photographer Martin Dabek to capture their day. The images are outstanding, and Martin gets a glowing review from the happy couple below! This stunning pair worked with some fabulous wedding suppliers, all mentioned in their interview especially for English Wedding.