So it seems the last of the Summer days are by, and Autumn has well and truly begun. Have you been wearing a coat this week – I was so happy to get them out… I think it’s going to be a short-lived novelty! Either way, we could all do with an injection of some sunshine and happiness, so today we have a glorious wedding celebration to enjoy!
Laura and Jonny married on the 22nd of August 2o15 in a beautiful church ceremony and carried on the party at a converted paint factory. Such an amazing a unique reception venue. I love that they opted for a relaxed nature-inspired wedding to contrast with the industrial aesthetic of the building. The rich colour palette of purples and greens and wild flowers is stunning but above all Laura shines in her incredible Essence of Australia gown.
Sharing videography with a real wedding feature is one of my favourite things. Of course photos are wonderful and so important, but when you add a video you get something extra. So I’m delighted that Mustard Yellow Photography not only captured Laura and Jonny’s day to perfection, but put together and beautifully wonderful stop motion video for them to, which we get to look at too. Enjoy!
We all love a celebration of classic and traditional details, and today we have a modern classic Castle wedding inspiration shoot to enjoy. Castle Durrow in Ireland is the gorgeous setting for this shoot. The team of wonderful suppliers have made the most of both the rolling landscape and the beautiful rooms and areas around the venue.
The decoration of the rooms is spectacular. Imagine the getting ready photos in that room! And all the opulence, we’re all suckers for a sweeping staircase and chandelier, aren’t we? The team at Waterlily Weddings styled the shoot to perfection and each element was carefully selected. I adore all the images captured by In Love Photography and their dreamy quality!
This super fun wedding is the perfect way to kick start the week. Susi, our bride is one-half of the wonderful Wilma Event Design team (who also styled this glorious wedding) – so you know the details of this celebration are going to be amazing!
Susi and Anand’s colourful vintage Indian wedding is guaranteed to make you smile. There was lots of oohing and ahhing at the incredible details on my part! They filled their day with a gorgeous colour palette of colours, wonderful personalisation – I totally want my face on a Bollywood poster! and still managed to include all the traditional and ritual aspects of a Hindu wedding.
If you’re looking for beautiful styling inspiration or modern day Indian wedding ideas this one is definitely for you.
If you’re planning a wedding with no theme and imagine a day full of all the things you love, you are going to want to take some pointers from Fiona and Tim’s Autumnal outdoor wedding. These two tied the knot at Cadhay in Ottery St. Mary on September 13th 2014 (so, happy almost two year anniversary!) It’s a beautiful part of the country and the couple certainly made the venue their own with a host of quirky and personal fun details.
From the colourful origami cranes to gorgeous rich berry hues and a stunning Nicole Miller dress – every detail of this celebration is a treat. The photos from Kristian Leven perfectly capture the emotions and elements of this day. What I’m truly jealous of though is this couple’s surname – I mean how incredible would it be being Mr and Mrs Love!
I hope these two have something special planned for their second wedding anniversary, and that you have a wonderful weekend! x
It seems the seasons have turned and we are heading into Autumn. I’m quite looking forward to cosy nights, woolly jumpers and all the leaves falling. And to get us in the mood, we have Joanne and Saif’s beautiful elegant autumn wedding in Scotland to enjoy.
Based in Dubai, this couple met and a year later, on October 24th 2015, tied the knot at the gorgeous Hopetoun House in Edinburgh. They channeled elegance and tradition, but injected their own personalities and cultures into the celebration. Exactly the way a wedding should be. Joanne is a stunning bride and her dress looks made for her. And I’m going to say it, I love a man in a kilt! If understated elegance and glamour is the sort of inspiration your after, get your pinning fingers ready.
This couples planning journey was full of ups and down, and their wedding was a poignant family celebration. Joanne’s write up is so wonderfully heartfelt, and I think we’ll all be touched by their story.