This week we head to Chicago for the urban industrial feel wedding of Tracey and Josh. They threw a full on party full of fun and personality. I adore the first look, the warehouse venue and quirky wedding cake. Such a stylish and lovely couple.
Thanks so much to J Wiley Photography for sharing their gorgeous imagery with us today.
WWW real bride Katy is back today to share her latest bride diary entry. Katy is struggling with decision making and needs your help, she is also on the look out for an awesome band to rock their party, how did you find yours? We’d love to hear from you below :-) XOXO Lou
In my first post I spoke about how little we had organised but how very excited I was to get organising. A month or two has passed and I’m slightly embarrassed to say I’m still in a similar situation.
I have got 100s of ideas, how do I choose which is best?! There are so many colours, flowers, decorations… so many choices! Decision making has never been a strong point of mine and planning a wedding is decision making overload.
Sorry, I’ll stop myself before I start ranting – but if anyone has any tips on how to make sensible wedding-related decisions, please let me know! (Also see the photo of my Mum and I at the wedding fayre testing out champagne, so many choices – wedding planning is HARD work!)
WWW readers Julie and Ben had one super stylish London wedding.
They wanted a 1920s glamorous feel to their day with a touch of British eclecticism. They held their ceremony at Stoke Newington Town Hall, followed by a reception at The Roost, which looked too cool.
Julie wore a 1920s feel Vionnet dress she found on Net-A-Porter while Ben wore a grey suit by Paul Smith. I so love all of the quirky and fun yellow details they injected throughout the day. Utterly gorgeous.
Thanks so much to Corrado Chiozzi for sharing his amazing photography with us today.
Tags: 1920s Wedding, City Wedding, Corrado Chiozzi Photography, London Wedding, Net-A-Porter Wedding Dress, Next Pageboy, Paul Smith Groom, Real Weddings, Stoke Newington Town Hall Wedding, The Roost, Vintage Wedding, Vionnet Wedding Dress, Yellow Wedding Ideas
Sam and Becky had the loveliest of wedding days.
They chose Alpheton Hall Barn, Suffolk as the backdrop to their vision of a hand crafted colourful country wedding. There is so much to love about their day, from the colourful DIY flowers, to the personal touches and big fat smiles.
Sam went for black jeans which he teamed with a waistcoat and jacket from ASOS, while the bridesmaids wore vibrant purple frocks and pretty necklaces. Becky fell for an ethereal layered dress which she wore with a flower crown and floor length veil. Swoon.
Thanks so much to The Image Garden Photography for sharing their gorgeous images with us today.
Tags: Alpheton Hall Barn, Barn Wedding, BBQ, DIY Flowers, DIY Wedding, Flower Crown, Hobbs Bridesmaids, Multicolour Wedding Ideas, Pretty Wedding Ideas, Real Weddings, Suffolk Wedding, The Image Garden Photography
WWW readers Anna and Stuart tied the knot back in June, with a Church service followed by a reception at Tithe Barn in Kent. They wanted a rural wedding day, with home made personal touches and a homely feel.
Anna looked gorgeous in her tea length frock and sparkly shoes, while Sturart looked dashing in tails. The bridesmaids wore sage green dresses by Coast and there were the most precious florals.
With hand crafted bunting, pretty lighting and herb centrepieces the barn looked wonderful.
Thanks so much to Kerry Ann Duffy for sharing her lovely photographs with us today.
Tags: Barn Wedding, Benjamin Adams Wedding Shoes, Coast Bridesmaids, Country Wedding, DIY Wedding, Farm Wedding, Green Wedding Ideas, Herb Wedding Flowers, Kent Wedding, Kerry Ann Duffy Photography, Real Weddings, Tithe Barn