I can’t get enough of lacy ladies, Devon and her maids, don’t they look glorious? Devon is just stunning in her Pronovias Printella gown, which despite her buying it when she was a little bit tipsy (oops!), turned out to be the most wonderful choice, as were the bridesmaids in their last minute but ever so stylish Chi Chi London dresses. Of course, Devon’s groom James also looked fabulous in Next.
WWW readers Devon and James tied the knot on 9th September 2016 at Holdsworth House in Yorkshire. Devon didn’t hang around with any of the planning and sounds like one of the most accidentally organised brides ever! Having said that, the pair didn’t take anything too seriously and I think the laughter and fun of the day really shines through, I’m sure Devon’s solution for ‘Happy Tears’ came in very handy. Our lovely couple chose décor which was meaningful to them and tied it together with the pastel theme, didn’t it work out well?
Getting a perfect manicure always makes you feel like a million dollars. Just like a new hair cut, it leaves you with a spring in your step and excuse the pun, but you just feel perfectly polished whenever you glimpse at your nails right? Nails can often be a last minute choice and as we count down to many of your wedding days, what better timing than to take a look at some of our fave manis for brides today?
Long gone are the days of a classic French manicure for a bride, anything really does go. I went down the DIY route myself and for my something blue, chose a minty blue/green hue for my bridal look. It’s a place in your wedding planning you can really have fun with and go wild.
We’d love to hear your wedding nail plans in the comments section, are you doing them yourself or are you having a group trip to your salon before the big day? Are you going to be spontaneous or have you picked out the perfect nail art already? We hope these drop dead gorgeous ideas will give you much inspiration either way.
Classic and beautiful nails are always going to be timeless, suit whatever you wear (on the day or on your honeymoon) and will ensure your outfit and accessories make the biggest statement. From the ultimate French manicure to pale pinks, blush and nude tones for a pretty perfect display. Your ring will be the only sparkle on your hands.
Now here is a wedding where style certainly meets substance. Not to mention featuring all the trends of the moment. You’re going to love it all folks.
WWW readers Jenifer and Fergus were hitched on the 29th October 2016 in a beautiful church ceremony followed by an intimate celebration for 20 guests at Wonwood Barton in Devon. At the heart of their wedding planning was creating an informal, relaxed atmosphere and serving good quality seasonal cuisine. Hello Michelin star chef! The food looked incredible, not to mention the drinks on offer too. Then it was all about the gorgeous styling.
Botanical and greenery elements were used throughout in the outstanding flower arrangements. Succulents, air plants and foliage were all used and the results were show stopping, from the divine bouquets and ceiling swags above the dinner table to the sweet potted succulent favours. They also inter-weaved copper and rose gold touches for a touch of glam and a nod to Jenifer’s engagement ring. Festoon lights, a buttercream cake and quirky transport completed the whole look.
Then there were the gorgeous outfits. Jenifer chose the elegant Bryony by Sassi Holford with it’s uber cool deep pockets and also wore mint pumps, which worked perfectly. Fergus opted for a slim fit suit which was embossed with initials and the date of their wedding, such a lovely touch.
Freckle Photography, I cannot thank you enough for sharing these stunning photographs here today.
The woods always create such a special atmosphere for a wedding; magical, enchanting and filled with treats for all the senses. It’s no wonder it’s becoming a popular choice for stylish and nature loving couples, which is why I just love sharing weddings and editorials set in woodland. I can’t get enough of these bohemian wedding ideas, originally inspired by animal masks. Think macramé décor, rustic styling and a neutral colour palette.
WWW faves, Supplier Love members Cake Me By Surprise smashed it out of the park with their uber cool geometric cakes, the door backdrop is just perfect and that beaded dress has me all aflutter.
“Having worked with Samie Lee Photography before, she mentioned wanting to do a styled shoot involving animal masks and I was inspired. I adore Samie’s photography style and it was only right for us to work together on this shoot. We were inspired by a bohemian and natural vibe but stumbled across these beautifully angular and geometric woodland animal masks and a boho chic styled shoot was born.
The cakes were a mix of rustic geometric natural shapes and nude colourings.
Longton Wood in Kent was the perfect setting, it created a fantastic backdrop for the natural and romantic colours that were constant through the creation process, with its beautiful swing, rustic seating area and stunning woodland there was plenty to play with on the day!
We wanted to keep the palette natural and dusky with eucalyptus, soft pink ranunculus and roses by flower art. We added deep furs and candles simple ribbons and macramé to finish. All the wonderful props were by We Are Hire Love.
The bride wore two beautiful gowns from Village Brides by Eddy K Maraca that were a soft and romantic look with the groom in a rustic and woodland tweed 3 piece by Anthony Blay Menswear to match the scene.”
If you’re looking for a wedding that oozes love and community with joy and laughter in abundance then search no more!
This beautiful, rustic wedding was held on a gloriously sunny day in July 2016 at bride Tessa’s favourite place; the family farm in Ontario. It’s easy to see why groom Ryan fell for this enchanting place too with its inviting farmhouse, sweeping golden fields and tree-lined roads; what a meaningful and idyllic place to celebrate, all captured beautifully by Tied Photo & Films.
The location for their wedding reflects just how important friends and family are to Ryan and Tessa. They incorporated loved ones into their ceremony and reception in such special and thoughtful ways. Not only does the pure joy of the day shine through beautifully but the entire wedding party looked splendid too with Tessa’s stunning lace gown, the bridesmaids in gorgeous mismatched dresses and the chaps looking very dapper indeed in their light summer suits.
It really is a wedding to swoon over; wildflower bouquets, bountiful bunting, hay bale pews and tractors for transport, Tess and Ryan have captured country-chic at its finest. So dive in – you’re going to love this!