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I need you to do me a favour. I need you to scroll slowly through this wedding blog feature because I don’t want you to miss a thing. There’s something about Emma and Tom’s wedding that tugs at the old heartstrings… such emotion in the photos, it’s like every image is a really, really precious moment in time.

Maybe it’s just me feeling emotional. Maybe it’s the way I’ve just looked at the images. Maybe it’s incredibly sensitive and empathetic wedding photography from Phil Drinkwater. I’d love to know how this wedding blog post makes you feel!

wedding blog real weddings UK (7)Oh, and I also have to gloat (vaguely in the direction of Rock My Wedding blog) – because I got a wedding report from a groom. Charlotte featured a groom’s report a few weeks ago, and I was so jealous! When I saw that Tom had written his report of the wedding for me today, I was over the moon.

So with no further ado, I’ll hand over to Phil Drinkwater (images) and groom Tom (words) to share a very special wedding with you today. Enjoy!

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Please do indulge my wedding inspiration board phase… I absolutely love doing these right now! Perhaps it’s because I’m being sent so many brilliant photos at the moment. Wedding photographers are such a generous and creative bunch of people ­čÖé

So – this is part 3 of Claudia and John’s wedding in Devon, on the English Wedding blog. They combined their Australian heritage with a vintage inspired, English country garden theme and created something really special. Here’s how you can recreate that look for your own wedding day!

vintage countryside english wedding inspiration board

Vintage countryside english wedding inspiration board

How to recreate this country garden wedding look

For your wedding flowers use a mix of colours. Imagine a meadow of wildflowers: there’s a glorious mixture of colours in there, right? So use pink and blue, white and yellow and include your favourites if you can: daisies and sweet peas look gorgeous, cornflowers are striking and big rose blooms make a beautiful statement.

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Vanessa on the wedding bus: a beautiful bride, beautifully photographed.

This latest wedding feature from the blog of Manchester photographer Neil Redfern is like a step back in time. With everything from handmade bunting to a vintage bus – and not just your usual red London bus – this is gorgeous!

If you’re planning a vintage wedding, Vanessa and Michael’s day should be the perfect inspiration to fill you with amazing ideas!

The bridal party board the bus

The bridal party board the bus - Vanessa and her bridesmaid look stunning: Dad looks proud!

Bride and dad

Vanessa and her dad.

Vintage wedding bus

Vintage wedding bus in Lancashire

Vintage wedding bus

The vintage wedding bus en route. It made two trips before the wedding, taking the groom and bride to the church in turn.

Groom on a vintage bus

Michael and all the guys on the vintage wedding bus

Groom and sheds

Michael poses by what (in my mind) look like allotment sheds... pure old fashioned Lancashire!

Groom before the wedding

Michael and the boys outside St Anne's Church

Vintage orders of service

I love the orders of service - the colours and design are gorgeous and so different

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Hi!

English-wedding.com is being created to inspire you to plan the perfect wedding.

I’m Claire, from Wedding-Calligrapher.com and I have been imagining English-wedding.com for months in the back of my mind. At last my ideas are on paper, and today the new blog / website is here!

In the weeks to come you’ll see pictures of English weddings, venues, decorations, features, themes… watch this space. It’s going to be wonderful.

Claire x