thirty under thirty #18 | uk wedding blog

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Afternoon! It is such a miserable day in Yorkshire, so foggy and cloudy. Compiling this list has genuinely been the only thing keeping me from curling under a throw and wishing for a little sunshine. Oh and yes I know I have put that Bobbi Brown palette in before, but it’s in the John Lewis sale and it is soooo beautiful. Today, I wish I had a cat because that inflatable unicorn horn is wonderful. What are you after this week?  Continue reading

an orchard inspired countryside wedding | uk wedding blog

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Meriel and Ben’s beautiful countryside wedding has everything all country weddings should have. Orchards, stew, cheese, viccy sponge, reams of bunting goats and Dubarrys. The whole day seems so relaxed, from Meriel’s beautiful braided hair and slightly boho gown (from Monsoon!) to merrily playing children and a ceilidh late in to the night. Think this is one of this years favourites for me.

Photography by Che Birch Hayes

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a wonderful country wedding in Essex with some incredible flowers| uk wedding blog

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Morning. I hope that this gorgeous country wedding can help ease you in to the working week. Whilst Matt and Liv obviously look beautiful, it’s the photos of Liv’s dad that really make this wonderful for me. It really is such a special moment when you reach the end of the aisle and as your father releases your left hand, your right one is firmly clenched by the sweaty palm of your waiting fiance.

I am not a girly girl.  Nor have I dreamt about my wedding from 5 years old.  But.  But I wish I could do it all again, wish that I could remember every last detail, film it from my eyes and from everyone else’s and watch it over and over.  Everyone says it goes so fast.  Everyone says to take moments throughout the day.  So true!  When Sophie Duckworth sent me these questions, it made me remember so thanks Soph!

Photography by Sophie Duckworth

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thirty under thirty #17 | uk wedding blog

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Finally!!!! Here you go, many apologies for the delay, social life taking over for the past couple of days as Michael and I celebrate our 4 years with friends and family. This post was half fuelled this morning before a meeting by berocca then this evening by champagne, I am surprised its not all Christmas items, glitter and dog emblazoned paraphernalia…oh wait. What we wanting this week? Loving the hooks from West Elm!  Continue reading

an autumnal, handmade vintage wedding in Norfolk with an Alice Temperley gown | uk wedding blog

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Sometimes I properly countdown to when I am blogging a wedding and this is one of those. Mainly because there is Temperley and Packham (I am a sucker for a British designer that never fails to deliver) and it is just perfect for this time of time. The pumpkins, the foliage, the flowers, the candles, the moody wood panelling (oh how I adore wood panelling) and the gorgeous photography.  I promise you will adore this wedding. So much time and love has gone in to collecting lots of unique vintage items and it was all planned in 5 months! Cat and Dan also took their time to source lots of local suppliers, something I am very passionate about so make sure you have a look if you are getting married in beautiful Norfolk!

Photography by Becky Joiner at My Fabulous Life 

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thirty under thirty #16 | uk wedding blog

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At this very moment in time Rebecca (there will be a proper intro post on her when she gets back) is waking up in the Caribbean (there will also be a huge post on this as Sandals kindly sent her out there to test out a honeymoon for you guys, tough life). You can follow her on my instagram @phoebewedding and hers @rvk123. She is doing little vlogs and photo uploads till Sunday, then she has to return to dull, grey, cold England. Whilst out there she will be meeting up with other wedding bloggers from the US/Europe.

Anywho!! On to today’s thirty under thirty. I finally got to add in one of my favourite beauty products of all time, the Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick. It is usually £32.50 but John Lewis has brought the price down to £29.25. I also couldn’t resist adding in a Monty penguin (whenever I hear penguin I now think of Cumberbatch saying Pengweng) Continue reading

a secret garden wedding in Yorkshire | uk wedding blog

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Ergh, these guys. How gorgeous do Charlotte and Matthew look? I love Charlotte’s choice of bridesmaids gowns, so unusual but suits their wedding so well. Also, we need to talk about the shoes. Heavenly Christian Dior, and perfect for her something blue (as is her nail colour). I also totally wish I could pull off a forehead band.

Photography by Georgie at Happily Ever Captured

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East meets West at a Lympne Castle wedding | uk wedding blog

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Morning! Lympne Castle is one of my favourite venues, I love its grandeur and the ease at which the rooms lends itself to weddings. The families travelled from California and Malaysia to be part of Pete and Chloe’s beautiful day, and I loved how much their family were part of the wedding, right down to the delicious favours being made by the brides mum. What’s more, this beautiful wedding falls under the 10k category.

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Savoy Wedding Photography Experience with Olympus and a camera giveaway | uk wedding blog | #sygmwinter

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Hello, it’s Rebecca here. You might have seen Phoebe introducing me on Twitter and Instagram, I’ve been attending the London events that SYGM has been invited to over the past few weeks, but this is my first official post on the blog!

(no idea why some images are the wrong way, seems to just be on mobile view, sorry!)

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a teacher themed back yard wedding with a maggie sottero gown| uk wedding blog

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Morning! I hope you had a good weekend? I love that the temperature has properly dropped up here in The North. We had a rare weekend with nothing planned so we caught up on TV/films and so many little jobs that needed doing round the house.

Can I get away with calling this a back yard wedding? Is that mainly an American term? Is garden better? This beautifully floral heavy wedding took place at Amy’s family home (dans le jardin), it had a teacher theme running through the day. Also, Amy’s family friend made every inch of bunting…that must have taken so long!!!

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