I’m not sure… is today one of those Mondays they always tell us is the gloomiest day of the year? Well I’m happy to say we’re on it. We’ve gatecrashed Monday to bring you a burst of joyful colour, and a happy story – Michele & Graz had to postpone their 2020 wedding, but eventually said their ‘I dos’ last July AND were able to model for this beautiful shoot –  so it’s all good. And this feast of LOVE and colour pretty much says EVERYTHING we need to hear on a cold January Monday! “english

Rustic Rainbow - a joyful styled elopement in Kent (5)


If 15% of couples consider eloping most years, then I bet 2020 had ten times that figure… the tears and postponements and new rules have had us all tearing our hair out in frustration. But come 2021, I imagine more of us will be calmly planning to elope – and trust me, it’s a wonderful thing to do. If you read our ‘Married Now, Party Later Revolution‘ feature you’ll get what I mean. And if you read about Laura and Daniel’s STUNNING elopement to New York (in safer times!) I think you’ll be sold on the idea. NYC is a dream elopement location, but you can tie the knot pretty much anywhere these days. These gorgeous guys went big, hit the city and got amazing shots from English Wedding member Artisan X Photography.“english


Stars, twinkling lights and a celestial theme are a beautiful theme for 2021 weddings. Today’s shoot teams night-sky-blues with starry details, golds and luscious stationery. The florals are out of this world – your inner princess will ADORE this blog post! There’s a hint of Sleeping Beauty with the most amazing floral styling; sweet as sugar cake table and beautiful ballet… With lovely #englishweddingmember and London wedding photographer Amanda Karen Photography

Starry celestial wedding inspiration (with a sprinkling of Disney magic) - Amanda Karen Photography (14)

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By English Wedding member Truly Experiences
Header image by Dorset wedding photographer Robin Goodlad Photography (full feature here)

Regardless of what happens in the world, one thing we can all agree on is that weddings are joyous occasions best shared with those we love. But as magical as this notion is, the current pandemic has forced us to change the way we tie the knot.

As we head into 2021 it’s safe to say that weddings, like everything, will be a little bit different. But that doesn’t mean they’ll be any less special!

Traditional vintage styled wedding photoshoot at The Orangery Suite, photographer credit Dom Brenton Photography (26)

This article is by #englishweddingmember Dom Brenton Photography

Traditional vintage styled wedding photoshoot at The Orangery Suite, photographer credit Dom Brenton Photography (38)

Venue styling:
Ornamental topiary:
Wedding car:
Wedding dress:
Wedding cake:
Bridal Tiara:
Make-up artist:
Table linen:

Traditional vintage styled wedding photoshoot at The Orangery Suite, photographer credit Dom Brenton Photography (21)

A number of suppliers came together at the end of August for a styled shoot photographed by me at The Orangery Suite, a beautiful wedding venue set within a three-acre walled garden just outside Wimborne Minster, Dorset. Our chosen theme, the 1950s, was reflected in the tea-length dress and make up worn by my ‘bride’ Alex, and the flowers and reception styling. Mandy from Swingletree Vintage summed up the mood when she commented that it was good after lockdown to be doing something that felt like normality.

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Image credit: Oobaloos Photography

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