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A Rue De Seine Gown for a Modern Boho Bride and her Relaxed & Homemade Barn Wedding

Happy New Year.Think bold, modern design paired with a rustic, relaxed barn venue, dreamy sunset portraiture and soft greens. So are you ready? Mr and Mrs Edwards married in an outdoor civil ceremony and barn reception in the heart of Kent, at The Great Barn in Rolvenden near Cranbrook. Their wedding style was characterised by simple modern detailing with pretty touches of soft green and white, all against a natural, relaxed backdrop to allow their guests to chill out and relax.

Mrs Edwards and there are simply no words to describe how incredible she looks. Found at Leonie Claire, a bridal boutique that we support on our curated Little Book for Brides pages, the gown combines a delicate slip with a striking lace overlay – isn’t it wonderful? I especially like the deep V-back edged with lace and those long sleeves which come down over her wrists; incredibly elegant.

Paul’s photos his style of work. We knew he would capture our day exactly how we wanted, and he exceeded our expectations with what he captured for us. The photos are perfect and we are so glad we had him.”

The groom set the tone for the relaxed day with his choice of Noose & Monkey suit with a white shirt, fastened with a collar pin from Boohoo instead of the more formal tie.

The bride’s father drove the bride and her mum to the barn, then walked hand in hand with her down the aisle.

The sun was shining for the newly-weds, so after the ceremony they headed outside to relax in the gardens and enjoy more guitar music and delicious canapés from Home Gurr’own.

The wedding breakfast was served at long trestle tables in the barn, adorned with soft green eucalyptus garlands and simple glassware. I really love this combination of rustic charm and simple elegance.

They really have thought of everything and everyone in their creative planning. Their wedding cinema sounds epic and the orchard lit with hanging candles in glass jars and bottles looks magical.



Sweet elegant wedding in the Tennessee mountains

When Michelle and Justin were planning their wedding, they knew they wanted an intimate and elegant wedding in the mountains of Tennessee. Located in historic Jonesborough, Storybrook Farm was the perfect venue to accomplish just this! And we’re in pinching ourselves over the fact that JoPhoto was there to capture every sweet minute!

Really this is incredible.

Nature’s autumn colors, golden and green decorations with flashing candles, a charming atmosphere is the name of this intimate and romantic destination wedding game.

Michelle wore an amazing lace bridal gown and chose a romantic makeup palette to complement her fair skin.

So exquisite and absolutely swoon-worthy!

Swoon! What a gorgeous look. And wow! Just look at all of this fall foliage.

So sweet, so loving, so absolutely picturesque.

Allowing the beauty of the landscape to serve as their backdrop, Michelle and Justin said “I do” in an emotional ceremony on the front lawn of the main house. So sweet!




Fall pastel seaside elopement inspiration on the Oregon Coast

First of all, you can directly enjoy some pictures to feel the wedding style.

You may have not spent time on the Oregon coast? This is of course magical, especially during such a hazy day.

Beach weddings will always have our hearts, especially on the west coast. Romantic ocean extreme, with people in the world vowed to witness eternal love.

A protagonist of a wedding is full of expectation to the feelings of the wedding. This pair of people who choose to have a wedding at the seaside not only enjoy the natural scenery but also spend two separate time together.

Perhaps the one who believes may think so much more sincerely in the words spoken at the wedding between sea and heaven.


The Idea Of A Wedding At A Spire House Coastal Autumn

It seems that our love of coastal weddings will never fade here. The trick is to find a place where you can decorate gorgeous natural scenes, like the Couture Events team’s spire house in Kapalua, Maui. A long history, beyond the charming.


Originally built during the plantation of the 1950s, towering palm trees and Monkeypod trees make up this classical restoration. The quaint exterior and paradoxical lawns provide a perfect backdrop for non-traditional rituals, while the newer interiors and quaint decor compliment classic churches.

The bride wears a dress from pronovias .

Capture the history of the site by incorporating antique furniture such as the NAPA Blue Sofa, Vintage Stem Goblet and LeRu Atelier’s custom-made bridal gown, while still maintaining the trendsetter of unexpected elements based on hand-embedded cotton rugs Wide dancing ritual walls, bold floral motifs on the countertops and rich textured La Tavola velvet napkins.


Love the mix of light and dark in this autumnal color palette, don’t you?