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It’s not the formal photos that remind you how great your day was – it’s the natural fun and excitement that is so important to be documented. Amy’s ability not to miss a moment is incredible, and her energy and passion comes across in the photos. Amy is a photographic ninja and we cannot recommend her enough.” ~ by gorgeous bride Hannah

Beautiful images by Amy B Photography from a country wedding at Marleybrook House (28)

As a wedding blogger, it’s this passion for beautiful images and enthusiasm and excitement for suppliers which make me sit up and listen. Hannah emailed me to tell me about her wedding to George, and from the moment I saw the first photos of their day I was hooked. Not only are they a stunning couple: they have the most wonderful recommendations and advice to share with you. Today’s Kent wedding is one of the loveliest I’ve seen and I cannot wait to show you all of the beautiful photographs!

Beautiful images by Amy B Photography from a country wedding at Marleybrook House (42)

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This month has flown by already, and plans to keep the English Wedding Blog publishing over the Christmas period are well underway! Once again I’d like to say a huge thank you to my amazing sponsors as well as to all of our friends in the wedding industry for your support, submissions and shares. You’re the best.

You’ve one last chance to join as a sponsor before the January rush, so if you want to get your business in front of the 800,000 (really?!!! source) newly engaged couples in the next few weeks, now is the time to join the English Wedding Blog and start sharing regular features with us!

Current sponsors of the blog are:

Bunny Delicious (do check out Zoe’s facebook page – she’s been a super busy bee recently and we love Betty Scribbles…)

Summer Lily Studio – I’m so thrilled for Terri: she’s a Rock My Wedding star!

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Image credit Summer Lily Photography via Rock My Wedding Blog

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I spend my evenings (and far too much of my working days, if I’m honest!) poring over the most amazing flowers on Instagram. I’d love to create the arrangements I see there, but I know there’s tons more to floral design than meets the eye…

Today’s feature is especially for brides and grooms (and mothers of brides!) who would love to save money on wedding flowers without sacrificing quality. Ruth from Natural Favours, who has recently launched a DIY flower service, is here to share 7 super tips with you – I think they’re brilliant!

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“The cost of your big day floristry can creep up to around 10% of the entire budget which can be a significant chunk when the average cost of a wedding can be upwards of £20k.  Here at Natural Favours HQ we are strong believers that it is perfectly possible to have the day of your dreams without the hefty price tag.  If you’re feeling a little bit creative and a lot savvy, then DIY flowers could be the way to go!

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Good morning, beautiful! I’m blogging at the very last minute every day this week… Christmas orders for illustrated cards and calligraphy family trees are coming in by the dozen and my writing fingers are sore! My blogging fingers, on the other hand, 😉 are revitalised daily with so much wedding pretty I could even forget Christmas is only weeks away… and today’s wonderful blast of colour will brighten your screens and your hearts, I promise!

Kent wedding photographer Lovepear submitted this fabulous real wedding to the English Wedding Blog (37)

Laura and James are the loveliest couple ever. I’ve wanted to blog their Kent wedding since the summer – but having it to share with you now is better because it feels as though my Christmas has come early. They’re gorgeous; their day is magical; the images are superb and the flowers… I don’t think I even have words for how much I love the flowers.

Kent wedding photographer Lovepear submitted this fabulous real wedding to the English Wedding Blog (26)

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The only way to guarantee a unique wedding dress – if that’s what you’re looking for – is to discover an independent designer who will design something bespoke. Wedding blogs are an amazing place to find those little-known, rising star wedding dress designers… and I will be sharing more from Sienna Von Hildemar very soon. She’s based in North London, and has an incredible talent for ethereal, floaty, individual and breathtaking gowns…
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Photographer – Emma Davies Photography

Discover more from Sienna via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/siennavonhildemar

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Love and luxe wedding style at The Vermont Hotel in Newcastle – today I have an ultra glam wedding to share with you all. Caroline & Mark’s big day is a classic celebration with chic styling touches to suit the art deco theme of their city venue.

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Contact & bookings: Duncan McCall Photography

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Mixing traditional elements with modern styling can work beautifully – and an expensive wedding look doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Caroline’s florist teamed mercury glass with simple blooms for the tables, which complemented just a few more elaborate displays from the ceremony room.

Real wedding at Vermont Hotel Newcastle by Duncan McCall Photography (21)

Stationery was kept very simple and elegant: place settings are small and sweet while printed menus are tall and minimalist in style. Each table was named after a Hollywood star: Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland smile from chic frames on each table.

The overall look of the day is luxe and classic. If you fall for a venue – whatever your style may be – then use it to inspire your day. Caroline and Mark did, and it worked so beautifully!

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A sense of normality returns to English Wedding Blog HQ as I have one of the loveliest weddings of the year to share with you. David and Jodie’s art deco inspired Norfolk wedding is just so beautiful… The bride is stunning; the groom looks fabulous, the atmosphere shines through their images. You’ll love every moment!

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Such an amazing wedding blog only gets better with brilliant advice from the bride and groom. “Don’t try to save money, but don’t spend more than you need to.  My advice is set a budget and work to it. If you can’t afford it, then don’t do it/have it.  Focus on the main areas and spend as much as you can afford on the important parts.”

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Beautiful bride Jodie told me many of their wedding suppliers were recommended by their venue, St Giles House Hotel: the flowers and entertaiment, for example. She already knew of the bridal boutique where she found her gorgeous dress, and said everything else was scoured via the internet, such as invites, place cards, place card holders etc. On the day stationery was beautifully homemade, and Jodie was glued to Etsy & Pinterest for favour ideas!

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We have been lucky to avoid the Cumbria floods this weekend – and my heart goes out to all of those who are struggling to save their homes, belongings and livelihoods from the flood waters.

I haven’t blogged yet this morning – although I have a beautiful wedding to share with you later – as I’ve only just made it home from Manchester, a day later than planned. Our route home was blocked yesterday; roads are closed all over the Lake District and Cumbria.

We have driven past flooded homes, submerged fields and roads and seen a hint of the devastation flooding can bring this morning. While I get my blogging hat back on and prepare to get the English Wedding Blog back up and running, please consider joining me in donating to the flood appeal: http://campaign.justgiving.com/charity/cumbriafoundation/cumbriafloodappeal2015 

This is very close to home for me; having been stranded and then made it past some of the floods this morning, I know every donation will be so very gratefully received. Thank you… and I will be back soon!

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I’m not usually a sneak-peeker… but sometimes I simply can’t resist, and I’m sure many of you will have seen images from this shoot on the English Wedding Blog before! Today, a treat: a full styled shoot with too many amazing ideas to count, all the way from Knighton House in Dorset. I love the richness of the flowers; the warmth and welcoming style of the venue itself, and the feathers and berries used to bring together a beautiful wedding style.

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Words: Lucy Hinks, venue coordinator at Knighton House
Images: Dorset wedding photographer Darima Frampton

The overall look for the shoot was inspired by Knighton House’s surroundings; the striking colours of autumn on the tree-lined driveway, the foliage and feathers of the local game hunting season and the rich heritage of the house itself. Although the ‘country’ theme is rustic by nature the styling retained an air of elegance befitting the surroundings of Knighton House.

Knighton House wedding blog Darima Frampton (27)

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Wedding blogs are a journey of discovery, of new places, photographers, designers and couples – and I love writing the English Wedding Blog so much. Today I want to introduce you to the Manor Hotel at Castle Combe – a grand country house in a tranquil Cotswold village.

Contact & Bookings: Jennifer Sinclair

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Hampshire Photographer Jennifer Sinclair knows the venue well. “The Manor House is set in the beautiful picturesque Cotswold village of Castle Combe.  The venue is amazing; such an idyllic and romantic choice of venue for a wedding.

Through the grand entrance gates, the long sweeping drive over the stone bridge, leads to the amazing 14th Century Manor House.  The Manor House is beautiful both inside and out.  With oak framed beams and quaint windows, the bedrooms are perfect for bridal preparations.

The Manor house is set in beautiful grounds and has the most amazing stone steps leading up to the upper grounds which makes an fantastic setting for not going only group photographs but also bride and groom photographs.

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Autumn weddings have something which warms me to my very heart every time. But Hannah and Rob’s Ufton Court wedding is so very special: the colours, styling and photography are just magical and I know you’re going to love reading about their day.

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The flowers are amazing. Hannah told me “I didn’t really know what kind of flowers I wanted so I asked Lindsey [from The White Horse Flower Company] for something autumnal with mulberry and gold. The end result was amazing, and not only did they look great but they smelt incredible too.” 

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Our couple’s top tip for the day? Spot on: “Let somebody else take control. All of our suppliers had worked at our venue, and together, previously and they were fantastic in ensuring everything ran smoothly.” 

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Not always, but most times – a bride finds ‘The One’. That dream dress which fits her very soul. Sarah’s One is worthy of the spotlight in this divine wedding photo of the week. The image has everything: it encapsulates the beauty of a bride on her wedding day. Wow.

Photo credit: Rob Dodsworth Photography
From the wedding of Sarah & Jon, coming soon!


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