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Mondays are always better when you stuff them full of the most incredible flowers, don’t you think? Today’s wedding inspiration comes from rural Berkshire, and features pretty, modern wedding styling from a super talented bunch of suppliers. I just adore Ruby & Grace‘s romantic blooms, and gorgeous letterpress wedding invitations from the fabulous Print For Love.

Lovely Sigi Kirkpatrick shared her stunning images with us, and told us a little about the concepts behind the beautiful ideas you’re about to see. Happy Monday, lovelies!

Quintessentially beautiful English wedding style with blush florals (37)

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As those beautifully frosty mornings return, I have a truly magical bridal editorial to share with you today. Inspired by Frozen, with an elegant and wonderfully enchanting colour palette of ice blue and white, this shoot from a talented bunch of wedding suppliers at Cavokay’s Old Milking Parlour will inspire winter weddings and festive tables alike! The images were sent in by lovely Natalie Stevenson Photography, who tells us a little about the inspiration for the shoot below.

Winter Elegance Frozen wedding style on English-Wedding.com with Natalie Stevenson Photography (26)

All the summer florals for a romantic summer wedding, image credit Rebecca Goddard Photography (28)
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I still love styled shoots – they’re fabulous for first glimpses of inspiration and ideas which will gradually make their way into real couples’ weddings on blogs and in magazines. I publish plenty: I send my calligraphy out to a select few. But when Krysta (For the Love of Weddings) asks for stationery or calligraphy I know the shoot will be insanely beautiful, and I jump at the chance to take part!

All the summer florals for a romantic summer wedding, image credit Rebecca Goddard Photography (43)

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Today’s wedding blog is all about the romance – with wonderfully decadent and pretty peony bouquets in the fabulous setting of Froyle Park.

Wedding blog from Froyle Park with Graham Nixon Photography (12)

The styling elements come together beautifully to create a soft, romantic French theme: with soft pastel colours and a pink pop from peonies in the florals. The dress is divine; hair and make up is soft and romantic. There are DIY elements – the table plan was made from charity shop frames and looks fab! And I adore the stationery by Hip Hip Hooray. The shoot was curated by Lyn from Lily Marie wedding and event planning, and she has written a little about her inspiration for the day.