By Appointment Only Design
I love the way they can make a basic plate look so desirable! Stacking crockery and adding a fresh floral charger is a bright and breezy take on traditional place settings.
All photography by Chanelle Segerius Bruce
Donna Crain Couture
Donna showcased an overload of delights. If you’re a bride who doesn’t fancy a traditional tiara, take a look at her range of hair slides and bands which are adorned with silk flowers, coloured pearls and beautiful beads.
Edwina Ibbotson Millinery
This is the cutest headpiece for a city wedding. Team with a flirty tea-length dress and a slick of red lipstick for a fun, Fifties-inspired look.
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Rosalind Miller Cakes
So much edible eye candy in one place. And with delicious sponge flavours like rose, elderflower and ginger and walnut, the wedding diet can wait!
This cashmere shrug from Kelly Spence would be the perfect wedding cover-up – and a luxury purchase you could wear again and again.
Here’s how to rock a red-hot reception theme. Bright blooms, colour-pop napkins and cute table names will put your guests in the mood for love.
Want what Pippa Middleton’s got? We can’t help you with the famous derrière but can tell you where to get her royal wedding shoes. How divine are these babies?
Mary Jane Vaughan
I love the new luminous lime green shades combined with crisp white blooms – so cool.
Utterly Sexy Cafe
Sweet tweet alert. This witty take on the bird cage trend is as yummy as it is pretty.
I love the retro, hand-crafted feel of these invitations. The pink and aqua colour scheme is really striking too.
Get more beauitful wedding inspiration with our fabulous mood boards!