I’ve featured many a different mode of wedding transport here on WWW but I think Jo and Paul’s wedding day held on the 30th May 2015 had a first for me. A cable car bridal entrance.. amazing! In fact their whole outdoor wedding was just brilliant, from the gorgeous tipis to the ceremony in front of the stone barn.
Their day was happy and bright, think Peonies and Sunflowers, bridesmaids in wellies, confetti and sparklers galore. Jo looked so gorgeous in her lace fishtail dress with plaited rustic hair style, while Paul donned a navy suit with fuschia tie and pocket square. You are going to really enjoy these nuptials today.
HBA Photography, thank you so much for sharing your stunning images with us today.
Once you have your wedding look picked out, it’s time to start thinking about your wedding party. It can be tricky finding the right frocks that will not only suit your bridesmaids, who will be differing shapes and sizes, but also look flattering next to your bridal attire too.
That is where BHLDN comes in! Not only do they offer a carefully edited collection of heirloom-quality wedding gowns, artisanal accessories and decorations but they also have an amazing selection of mix-and-match bridesmaid dresses for your best girls. Today I have the pleasure of sharing with you some of my favourite BHLDN dresses that are perfect for the most important person in your bridal party, your Maid of Honour! Yippee!
“Use your gown as a guide. Outfit your Maid of Honour in a dress with textures and details that complement your aisle style. For example, an MOH dress with a softly flared tulle skirt pairs nicely with an A-line wedding dress with a detailed bodice and floaty skirt.”
This wedding day is totally magical. Why? Because Anika and Chris made their wedding so unique and personal. From the hand written ceremony in the woods conducted by a friend, to the culmination of all their loved ones and their own DIY touches.
They chose to marry on the 13th June 2015, hiring a beautiful holiday home in the Cotswolds which they made their own. Anika picked and arranged the blooms, sewed 100 meters of bunting and even made the red velvet wedding cake.
Anika wanted to wear a dress that reflected her personality and donned a gorgeous blue polka dot frock while Chris went for a wool suit, waistcoat and floral tie to complete the look. So very gorgeous.
With the Great British Bake Off in full swing. I couldn’t resist sharing some wedding cake fun today.
Whether you are planning a DIY masterpiece, a naked cake delight or even a butter cream covered rustic treat, a topper can really add some whimsy. Whether it be personalised names, mini caricatures or just plain pretty, a topper could tie your whole wedding theme together just so. There are endless ideas and possibilities, just imagine how unique you can make your cake.
So here are some of my favourite Etsy picks for you today. Scrumptious.
Wedding Cake Topper Personalised ‘Mr & Mrs’ Name in a Heart by MissSarahCake
Be prepared to be transported into a whole different era this morning. This wonderful engagement shoot feels like you just stepped into a retro film set.
Jessica and Justin held their shoot on a farm in Georgia, there were pops of red and green and a very pretty sunflower field too. I love the vintage coke bottles, the red truck and the scrabble letters used as fun props. Such a romantic set of images.