Hello lovely! I hope you’re having a wonderful day so far. I have something exciting to share with you this morning: beautiful images and amazing styling ideas from a super team of wedding suppliers and one of the best wedding venues in the north west.
Think literature: classic books with art deco elegance. Think vintage: feathers, pearls and faux fur with a strikingly beautiful make up look. Think style: exquisite fonts and striking stationery designs. And think glamour: a deliciously strappy wedding dress, the most amazing setting, and a classic vintage car.
From the magnificence of Loseley Park‘s Great Hall, to the charming relaxed atmosphere of the 19th century Tithe Barn, today’s feature has everything I love about a modern English wedding. Beautiful bride Helen and her husband Gareth made the most of one of Surrey’s most breathtaking venues to style a celebration which was memorable, elegant, welcoming and fun for all of their friends and family.
The pretty flowers are a real treat, especially inside the barn – along with the fairy lights along the beams, the floral decorations are just fabulous. Despite a “pretty major” wedding dress disaster, Helen looks amazing in her dress, and I love all the creative touches she added to the day. See more...
Hey everyone! Once again I’m delighted to be welcoming a new wedding venue to the English Wedding Blog. One of the few wedding venues in Buckinghamshire licensed to hold both indoor and outdoor ceremonies, The Pavilion at Lane End is a special place with tons of character – and I’m really excited to be sharing some real weddings from The Pavilion on the blog in a couple of weeks!
Let me introduce you to the choice of spaces The Pavilion at Lane End has to offer: See more...
Hello everyone! I have a feature today which is lovely, and very seasidey-beachy (which is perfect for me living by the seaside)… and an interesting feature from an industry point of view. It’s a lot to take in, I know! But there’s something for everyone here and I hope you’ll find it interesting as well as beautiful!
A village hall can knock thousands off your wedding budget, and still look as amazing as can be. It just needs a little more love and attention, and Kayleigh and John knew exactly how to make their village hall wedding venue look perfect on the big day.
Paper decorations, willow trees and a gorgeous handwritten table plan make the reception extra special. The flowers are fabulous and creative, and our bride and groom are just gorgeous! Kayleigh is stunning and John her perfect partner.
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