Even if you can’t have your amazing big wedding, you can still have the time of your life marrying your other half!
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR WEDDING STYLE IN ONE SENTENCE?
Rustic and burly.
WHAT WAS THE THEME AND INSPIRATION?
We had originally planned a Spanish inspired wedding for July 2020 in San Francisco. Lots of yellows, reds, and blues… with Talavera tiles. However, COVID decided to change our plans. We postponed our wedding and planned an elopement in Gibraltar. Our style is simple.. we love jeans and leather. So we chose a minimal, rustic theme for our elopement.
Today we have a very modern styled shoot with some amazing florals photographed by Esme Whiteside.
This is real couple Sam and Adam at countryside wedding venue Bashall Barn in the North West. We wanted something really stylish, but still relaxed and inspiring.
We opted for a more colourful suit for Sam, paired with a floral shirt and something more formal and elegant for Adam, to suit their personalities.
Another gorgeous styled shoot today! This one was photographed by the lovely Katie Rogers at Pangdean Barn in Brighton. The whole shoot is styled beautifully but my favourite are definitely the dresses!
With a background in psychology, Natalie at The Elysian Styling Company was inspired to create wedding packages based on the four seasons, connecting psychological profiles that suit each season; designing a personal wedding experience that touches on all the detail of a wedding.
Hello! Today it’s the spring in the air.. at least here on the blog! Lovely wedding with two brides with the biggest smiles ever! Thanks to Shane Webber Photography for sharing this wedding with us!
DO YOU WANT TO TELL US ABOUT YOUR PROPOSAL?
Ash proposed to me on November 26th 2016. We were decorating our Christmas tree and sheʼd suspended the ring inside a bauble but I hung it on the tree without noticing; she then kept staring at it with heightened levels of anxiety until I spotted it!
WHAT WAS THE THEME AND INSPIRATION FOR YOUR BIG DAY?
Weʼre both teachers so had a theme of books; each table was named after a novel we love and we had confetti made from the books themselves.
I am excited to share with you the SS21 Merve Bayindir’s collection. The sustainable millinery brand exhibited as part of PFW Virtual Showrooms this season over Paris Fashion Week.
The high-end milliner is an Official Royal Ascot brand and has been featured in publications such as British Vogue, Vogue Paris, Vogue Italia, New York Times, Vogue Arabia, Vogue Portugal, Vogue Turkey and many more. Merve Bayindir is stocked on Net-a-Porter, in Fenwick on Bond street and on her own online store.
Merve Bayindir is a couture millinery brand for the chic and self-confident person. As contemporary innovators, the brand explores the debate between architecture and fashion to develop ground-breaking designs. Founded by mother-daughter duo, Yasemin Bayindir and Merve Bayindir in 2011, the eponymous brand has produced a range of chic and striking collections from occasion wear to bridal to show-stopping pieces.
Look at this gorgeous beach shoot that was sent to us by Wanyong from Bridefully Yours.
This past year due to reasons we all know there wasn’t many weddings to photograph however wedding suppliers who suddenly had plenty of time organised plenty of gorgeous styled shoots and workshops. So be ready for plenty of gorgeous inspiration coming!
Today let’s enjoy a beautiful shoot from a workshop photographed and sent over by Jenna Kathleen.
This pop up workshop organised and hosted by My Prettiest Workshops is all about embracing the changes we’ve had to make as a result of Covid-19’s impact on the wedding world this year.
Happy New Year! I wish you a year full of love ♥
Starting this year a gorgeous couple shoot photographed by Silvia Poropat.
Let’s elope and get married on the beach! – not a bad idea is it? This lovely shoot was organised and sent to us by Katrina Matthews Photography. Check out pictures from this lovely beach wedding picnic and read the story behind the shoot.
This beach elopement shoot meant to take place back in March but when the pandemic took us into lock down we rescheduled the shoot and our original idea took on an even more significant meaning. With the new rules and restrictions around weddings in 2020 we wanted our shoot to show a fun and beautiful alternative way to tie the knot. We started the day in a quirky little Airbnb in Worthing where our gorgeous couple got ready together and then we headed down to the beach for some fun.
WHAT WAS THE THEME AND INSPIRATION?
Rustic/hippy theme. A lot of pastel colours and flowers. We styled it ourselves with help from our florist.
TELL US ABOUT THE CEREMONY AND RECEPTION LOCATIONS. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE THE VENUE AND WHAT DID YOU LIKE ABOUT IT?
For the ceremony it was the 60 Hope St. and the iconic door made it for us! Their floral displays around their front door made it an easy choice.
We had reception at the Siren. It was a small and not a well known location. It was very intimate meaning we could have few guests who we really wanted to share our big day with. We loved the rooftop terrace and the view of the city.