WWW readers Anthony and Sophie were married at St Richards School, Herefordshire in a marquee lined hall. They wanted an English country garden feel to their day, keeping within a budget of £8000.
They got super crafty, creating a plethora of gorgeous details such as the bunting, petal confetti, decorated jam jars and honey favours.
Sophie looked amazing in Amanda Wyatt with her glamorous hair and make up and those earrings. Anthony went for traditional tails in pale grey, how gorgeous do they look?!
Thanks so much to Camilla Rosa for sharing her photographs with us today, here is what she had to say about the day;
“I knew Sophie from school and whilst we were never close friends i was so honoured to be asked to photograph their wedding. They had a bit of fairytale romance and have the most gorgeous little boy Noah who was perfect entertainment on the day itself and i knew that he was a super important part of their day. The setting St Richards School was new to me as they don’t do many weddings there just ex-students or staff. The landscape is a total dream as you can see and i’m a countryside and rural wedding lover so we got stuck in out there. The engagement session was just ace – we did it, like i always do, at home on my farm which has the beautiful backdrop of Herefordshire and the Black Mountains – and an array of huge trees which i’m a big big fan of in my photography! The results were so pretty, and they were both wonderful in front of the camera despite their obvious nerves, i think to their surprise – so all apprehension on the day had disappeared! I also ate an awful lot of sponge cake, cupcakes and afternoon tea cucumber sandwiches, de-lish!”
Tags: Afternoon Tea, Amanda Wyatt, Camilla Rosa Photography, DIY Wedding, English Country Garden, Glitzy Secrets, Gypsophila Bouquets, Gypsophila Wedding Flowers, Herefordshire Wedding, Marquee Wedding, Natural & Wild Wedding Flowers, Pink Wedding Ideas, Real Weddings, Rose Bouquet, St Richards School, Tea Party
Laura and Max had one of the most decadent and glamorous weddings i have ever feasted my eyes on. Antique Hollywood glamour was their vision and boy oh boy did they achieve it. They chose Gosfield Hall, Essex as their grand backdrop for their wedding weekend.
Laura donned the most beautiful one off Jenny Packham creation, with her hair in a sweeping up do. Laura is a make up artist and had the most exquisite bridal make up look, with ox blood red lips. Max went for a handsome black velvet three piece suit which matched perfectly with Laura’s glamorous look. WOW.
They had an abundance of red grand prix roses which were placed in gold brass vessels on the tables, an opulent gold cake, romantic tea lights and i adore the sweet sign their son held for them.
Thanks so much to the incredible Marshal Gray for sharing his photography with us today.
Tags: Couture Pour Homme, Essex Wedding, Glamorous Wedding Ideas, Gosfield Hall, Jenny Packham Wedding Dress, Mango Bridesmaids, Marshal Gray Photography, Red Grand Prix Roses, Red Wedding Ideas, Rose Bouquet
Lesley and Neil held their elegant and classic wedding at Cameron House, Loch Lomond. They had a chic white colour palette for their day, with a lace inspired wedding cake and fresh green and white blooms.
Lesley wore ‘Grace Kelly’ by David Fielden which looked utterly fabulous on her, teamed with some gorgeous Aruna Seth heels. Neil chose a dashing Jack Bunneys slim fit black suit which looked wonderful.
I so love the elegance and incredible imagery from this wedding.
Thanks so much to the brilliant Craig & Eva Sanders Photography for sharing their imagery with us today.
Tags: Aruna Seth, Cameron House Wedding, Chic Wedding Ideas, Classic Wedding Ideas, Craig & Eva Sanders Photography, David Fielden Wedding Dress, Dessy Bridesmaids, Jack Bunneys Groom, Real Weddings, Scotland Wedding, White Wedding Ideas
Morning lovelies, i hope you have had a wonderful bank holiday weekend full of smiles and sweet treats. Let’s get cracking with April and start the day with a beautiful celebration.
Fiona and Alan held their November wedding at Fawsley Hall, Daventry. They wanted a classic understated wedding with great food, music and drink to ensure their guests had a great time.
Fiona looked the elegant bride in her Amanda Wakeley dress with Harriet Wilde shoes, while Alan and the groomsmen wore smart suits by McCann Bespoke Tailors. They looked incredible. I so love the Ghost bridesmaids dresses too, the girls looked beautiful.
Gorgeous florals, an amazing cake and big smiles all round.
Thanks so much to the brilliant Lucy Davenport for sharing her images with us today, here is what she had to day about the day;
“It’s always an honour to have a bride and groom recommend me and with Fiona and Alan, they were the third couple from the same (awesome!) group of friends. I’m always so inspired to shoot at new venues and love the creativity that comes with it. I visited Fawsley prior to the wedding day and was excited to see how much potential it had photographically. With the wedding in early November, the weather could have gone either way so I needed dry and wet weather options which Fawsley Hall had. The weather on the day was cold, but glorious, so we took advantage of this and explored the stunning grounds for bridal couple shots.”
Tags: Amanda Wakeley Wedding Dress, Classic Wedding Ideas, Fawsley Hall Wedding, Ghost Bridesmaids, Harriet Wilde, Lucy Davenport Photography, McCann Bespoke Tailors, Next Flowergirls, Real Weddings, White Wedding Ideas
Elaine and Alan were lucky enough to have pretty snow fall on their January wedding at House For An Art Lover, Glasgow. It made for the prettiest of images. I love their proposal story, having been together for a year, they planned their wedding within just 3 months.
They wanted their wedding to be romantic, personal and intimate. They had Elaine’s mum make the beautiful vintage inspired cake, pink and green roses and fudge favours.
Elaine looked amazing in her tulle dress and glamorous up do, while Alan donned a kilt in grey spirit tartan. They looked so gorgeous. Such a lovely couple.
Thanks so much to the fantastic Linzie Russo Photography for sharing her images with us today, here is what she had to say about the day;
“I met Elaine and Allan about 6 weeks before the big day and couldn’t believe they had only known each other for a year. But that was like my husband John and I. We got married 18 months after meeting. When you know, you know! We talked about how we had hoped for a sunny frosty day as it would make the photos lovely. But we live in Scotland and more often it is just grey and wet! When the day arrived, the forecast said snow for 2pm…if only! But as I looked out the window it was raining. Typical! Elaine was incredibly calm when I arrived at the hotel, everyone was. Her dress was gorgeous. Totally different to what I thought she would have chosen. Being tall and slim it hung beautifully from her and her make-up was subtle, yet gorgeous. She looked amazing. House For An Art Lover is a fabulous location for a wedding. The staff are also one of the best I have come across. They did everything they could to help make the day even more perfect. Once the ceremony was over I managed to talk them into going outside. The snow had finally made an appearance, however it wasn’t settling. We headed out to the garden and as soon as I started photographing them the snow began to lay on the ground. Elaine was awesome. Dumping the umbrella and embracing the winter weather. It couldn’t have been more prefect. My favourite shot is the portrait of Elaine where you can see a snowflake on her eyelashes. Love it. Elaine & Allan were fabulous to work with and made the wedding an utter joy to photograph. Elaine and I have remained friends since, which is lovely.”
Tags: House For An Art Lover Wedding, Linzie Russo Photography, Lisa Marie Wedding Dress, Real Weddings, Scotland Wedding, White Wedding Ideas, Winter Wedding