a gorgeous countryside wedding with a Jesus Piero gown | uk wedding blog

facebook-profile-picture By Phoebe

Morning all! I hope you week is going well so far? It is so nice to be back and blogging pretty weddings! Today’s offering is a very cute countryside wedding with some DIY elements ( I still don’t know how you ladies do it!) and gorgeous coral bridesmaids.

photography | J Bidmead

Lorna wore a stylish Jesus Peiro 2 piece skirt and top in a soft lace and tulle fabric, from Bridal Boutique Warwickshire. Lorna choose sophisticated pointed lace courts by Rainbow from John Lewis.

Bride’s hair accessories/veil
The Bride finished her look with a Jesus Peiro mid-length veil with scalloped lace edging from Henley Bridal Boutique.

The Bridesmaids

The Bridesmaid’s wore coral tulle full length dresses again from Bridal Boutique Warwickshire. All own shoes / Hair by Hayley

Lorna had a relaxed ‘undone’ up do featuring loose plaits and draping beaded hair vine styled by Hair by Hayley, Solihull. Her makeup was natural and luminous and she wore a touch of coral on her lips (Makeup by Kelly Rebecca MUA, Doncaster)

The groom and groomsmen wore a sleek navy 3 piece suit from Moss Bros along with a navy skinny tie and white shirt and black shoes by Dune.

They had apricot roses with a hint of blush pink along with hypericum berries and gypsophila by Studley Florists.

Walking down the aisle with my Dad in tears and seeing Jon’s reaction to my dress.

Olton Friary Church  – Ceremony and Solihull and Birmingham Bees Rugby Club – Reception.

The Bride wanted to dress and decorate the marquee herself. The wedding had a rustic, relaxed and whimsical feel.

They had a relaxed vintage afternoon tea served on vintage miss-match crockery served and supplied by Heather’s Kitchen, Dorridge.

Advice for those planning their wedding:

Don’t stress too much with the finer details as on the day they really don’t matter. As long as you have people around you that love and support you and who will dance all night long then that’s all you really need.

Where did you find your inspiration?

Pinterest, wedding magazines