An alternative elegant wedding look with a stunning burgundy dress – wonderful inspiration for a micro wedding especially if you’re planning to have your ‘big wedding’ at a later date. This wedding edit perfectly suits the colder months of the year – with warmth in the colour palette of rich burgundy with burnt orange, yellows and browns, it’s dramatic, stylish and absolutely breathtaking. All images are by English Wedding member and Hertfordshire wedding photographer Becky Harley. Thank you for the submission, Becky – we LOVE this!
Getting engaged and planning your wedding all starts on a high note. First, you’re on cloud nine because your soulmate has finally asked you to spend the rest of your life with them. This bliss continues as you set the date, begin the search for the perfect venue, and start dreaming about dresses, décor, beautiful bouquets and first dances.
However, it’s all too easy for you (and your partner) to get swallowed up by seating plans, budgets, family friction and guest list dramas. Before you know it, romance has taken a back seat and you’re missing out on the real joy of spending time together before your big day.
We’ve featured some incredible bouquets on English Wedding in recent weeks – and with Valentine’s Day this weekend it inspired me to put a little collection together to inspire you! I’ve had a little whizz through our recent archives and found these stunning wedding flower ideas. There’s something for everyone – real flowers for every season, in every colour you can dream of. Some of our favourite bouquets are wild and flowing; others neat and pretty. There are bouquets with oodles of foliage; and some with simple blooms and statement flowers. And we’ve picked (pun intentional!) examples from florists around the UK to share with you today. I hope you fall in love with some of these – do Pin away if your Pinterest boards are ready for some floral inspiration!
Hey lovelies! I’m back at my desk after a long weekend in the mountains, and feeling so excited to share this stunning wedding inspiration with you. It’s all about the florals, the light and bringing beautiful sunset colours into wedding styling. Images are by English Wedding member Becky Harley Photography, a favourite Hertfordshire wedding photographer. Becky’s images capture the beauty of this shoot, the work of an amazing bunch of wedding suppliers for Willow Grange Farm, situated between Cambridge and Ely.
This article is by English Wedding member and Hertfordshire wedding photographer Becky Harley Photography
So, you’ve booked your dream venue and secured your wedding date in the diary – yay! What’s next?
Things can be complicated when booking a wedding photographer – firstly there are so many about! First and foremost I think it’s really important to choose someone whose work speaks to you and transports you to a moment, and that you get on with them on a personal level.
Once you’ve found your photographer, some will have various packages and extras that you can book to create your perfect wedding photography package. Today I wanted to talk about second photographers.