I feel as though it’s time for a little winter sparkle, don’t you? Today’s wedding is glam and gorgeous with rich winter foliage and emerald green accents throughout the day. Ellen and Joshua are just stunning, and we’re smitten with the bride’s pearl-studded cape and elegant hair ornament. This is a wedding with effortless style, sent in by the lovely team at The Ferry House in Kent. We hope you love it as much as we do!

 

Don’t miss the amazing golden hour photos from today’s stunning Hertfordshire wedding – they are everything. Huge thanks to lovely couple Ayron and Scott for sharing their day with us, along with their top tips for a Coltsfoot Country Retreat wedding! And we’re sending a big “wow!” to  lovely Hertfordshire wedding photographer Becky Harley Photography. We’re proud to have Becky as an English Wedding member and LOVE sharing her weddings with you!

Ayron and Scott's wedding photos with amazing golden hour light and all the romance from Coltsfoot, with Becky Harley Photography

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I do love a winter wedding. Seeing how couples incorporate lights and candles, and the bare branches and evergreen foliage we celebrate through the darker months – it makes weddings a little more special with all those wonderful styling touches. And then, of course, there’s the opportunity for incredible lighting in your photos.

Connie and Lewis's wedding day at Trevenna Farm, photographed by Younger Photography who are Devon wedding photographers

Connie and Lewis knew they had to choose the right photographers for their day, and they loved our friends and Devon wedding photographers Younger Photography from day one. Keep reading to see the review they gave us in their English Wedding interview below!

Connie and Lewis's wedding day at Trevenna Farm, photographed by Younger Photography who are Devon wedding photographers

Winter’s classic colours are timeless and beautiful. Reds teamed with soft whites and green accents can be brought right up to date with softer, complementary colours. Adding a splash of gold is genius; playing with shades from pale reds to deep burgundies gives scope for stunning displays and gorgeous design. This colour palette works wonderfully for weddings throughout the winter season all the way through to Valentine’s Day. We’ve taken inspiration from our lovely friends Amanda Karen Photography to share some of our favourite ideas with you today.

romantic red winter wedding inspiration, image credit Amanda Karen Photography

An adorable couple, the prettiest bride, and picture perfect styling touches for a castle themed wedding. Jade and Alan were married in 2019, and I’ve had the loveliest time this morning scrolling through all of their images. There is so much inspiration here, and the venue is romantic as can be. I love that these two did things their way: their readings are really personal and special, and they chose not to have a first dance – dancing in front of everyone just wasn’t their thing, so why do it?! Kent brides and grooms, I hope you’ll love seeing all the wonderful moments from this perfect February wedding. It’s an absolute beauty!
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