Today’s wedding will lift your Monday – I promise. Kelly and Olie are amazing, their Dorset tipi wedding is gorgeous and they look incredible – Kelly in an exquisite dress with lace detail sleeves and a stunning plunge neckline with lace overlay, and Olie in a bespoke tailored suit. The florals are full of rich autumnal foliage and the tipis look warm and cosy with all the magic we’ve come to expect from weddings under canvas.
An ultra glamorous black tie wedding in Devon, with elegant styling touches and a breathtaking venue. Our award-winning wedding photographer friends Andrew and Agnieszka from Younger Photography, Devon captured the most incredible images from Rachel and Duncan’s day. The atmosphere is fabulous, the day looks incredible and we’re in love with Kingston Estate! Rachel looks amazing in her Suzanne Neville dress, with Duncan’s dark green velvet jacket from Moss Bros creating such a striking look for a groom. I have to mention the flowers: Rachel’s mum is a talented paper flower artist at L’Art du Papier, and the hand made roses she created for the table centrepieces are absolutely breathtaking.
Wearing a dress for your wedding that has been in your family for generations can be a great experience. Donning the dress worn by your mother or grandmother can make your big day extra meaningful and bring you closer to your roots.
Sometimes brides wear hand-me-down dresses for other reasons, such as sustainability or a tight budget, and in these situations the following tips and tricks are just as useful. Preparing for a wedding is a huge undertaking for the bride and groom and choosing your dress is often one of the most important aspects.
Top image: Lasting Impressions by Lucy
When there is a wedding on the horizon, it’s easy to only focus on the happy couple’s style choices, but the fathers of the wedding party need to look stylish too. Here, Jack Jahan from Ramsdens Jewellery shares his tips for choosing outfits and accessories for the big day.
A lovely, creative and relaxed wedding day with beautiful photos – the flowers are amazing, the dress stunning and the moments captured might just bring a tear to your eye (they did mine!)
Nicola & George thought they’d never have their wedding after the uncertainty of 2020 and having to reschedule, as so many couples did. But they pulled through and this amazing day just shows how important it is to celebrate love, with your most special people, in the most wonderful way you can imagine. I love everything about this creative garden wedding, and I hope you will too!