One of the things I love most about writing for this beautiful wedding dresses blog is seeing all the wonderful photographs which come my way. And of all these images, my favourite thing isn’t the beautiful dresses, the wonderful transport or the gorgeous flowers. I really love discovering the astoundingly beautiful and wonderfully quirky venues our couples choose for their nuptials. These days, if you can dream it, then you can probably find it somewhere, and there is more choice than ever- hooray! Over the years we have seen beautiful weddings in the woods, in castles and country houses; boats, village halls, gardens and pubs; barns, breweries and even a lighthouse or two, not forgetting some very romantic elopements into the wilds of the highlands.
“I met Jonny when he photographed a friend’s wedding and as soon as I saw their photos I knew he’d be the photographer I used when I got married. M&J Photography were actually the first thing we booked once we’d set the date at the Abbey! Their photos are just so natural, they capture light so beautifully and we love the informal, candid shots they captured at our wedding, it was exactly what we wanted. They’re also delightful people and were so easy to work with – all our guests commented on how unobtrusive they were and everyone who’s seen the photos have complimented them.”
Jennifer looked stunning in a delicate and feminine lace dress with sweetheart neckline and cap sleeves, by Suzanne Neville. The elegant wedding dresses was aptly named ‘Splendour’, and purchased from The Dress in Teddington.“The ladies there was so lovely, friendly and helpful – they made the whole process really enjoyable. I always wanted a lot of lace and something simple and demure – I loved how delicate the lace is and the almost ‘old school glamour’ silhouette of it.”
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Jennifer paired her best wedding dresses with the most dreamy of veils, from The Couture Veil Co by Sassi Holford, which works with the romanticism of the lace so beautifully. Its very simplicity is what makes it so stunning.
“I had a very loose, waterfall style bouquet – my Grandma had a similar vintage style wedding dresses style at her wedding so I wanted to do the same, I also got a small locket with a photo of her on which was attached to my bouquet in memory of her. The bridesmaids’ bouquets were all white, as their dresses were all different colours.”
Thank you so much to Jennifer and Charles for sharing their absolutely beautiful wedding day, and of course to M&J Photography for their effortless ability to capture every moment of the day. Keep those wonderful venues coming – we’d really love to hear if anyone else is planning to marry in a beautiful old railway station?
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