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Romantic British Wedding at Brocket Hall

“Epitomizes English glamour and elegance” is guaranteed to pull me in every single time, and this time, I was floored. Blown away by the beauty that is this wedding from Anushe Low. The shoes, the gown, that warm, beautiful light, it’s like someone bottled up my dreams and gave me the best present ever… in the form of a highlight film from reellovefilms!


From Reellovefilms… Well, what a wedding this was! Wall to wall beautiful… Susie and Stuart were married at the elegant and lovely Brocket Hall, UK, and it was clear right from the start that they had made a huge effort on their wedding….it looked completely amazing. Everything from the flowers by Jamie Aston, Susie’s Jenny Packham dress and Jimmy Choo shoes and Stuarts dapper Stuart Lamprell suit had been chosen to compliment the elegant, timeless and beautiful surroundings…it really was a good looking day! Brocket Hall epitomises English glamour and elegance; frescos on the ceilings, gilded details, lawns and lakes…serene.

Susie had an amazing team getting her get ready, not that she needs much help…with Severin Hubert on hair and Sarah Brock on make up, and what a job they did. Lots of music accompanied the day with the amazing Steve Christie on Piano and the equally amazing Matt Maurice kicking the evening party off….complete with Xylobands!

As well as this wedding just looking so beautiful, there was more to it than that…Stuart and Susie are an incredibly warm, happy, fun, caring and genuine couple, who made our job filming them so easy on the day. They were surrounded by so many people who thought the world of them and you could just feel the happiness on the day. This is what made the wedding truly a great one…we loved every minute and wish you both so much happiness in your future together xx

Photography: Anushe Low | Cinematography: Reellovefilms | Floral Design: Jamie Aston | Wedding Dress: Jenny Packham | Cake: The Parlour By Creightons | Stationery: Kate Ruth Romey | Ceremony Venue: Brocket Hall | Reception Venue: Brocket Hall | Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Bridesmaids Dresses: Jim Hjelm | Make Up: Sarah Brock | Hair Stylist: Severin Hubert | DJ: Matt Maurice | Band: The Honeymooners | Grooms Attire: Stuart Lamprell | Grooms Shoes: Gucci | Brides Jewellery: Annoushka | Feather Shrug: Jenny Packham | Hair Piece: Chanel | Photo Booth: The Mighty Booth | Pianist: Steve Christie | Wedding Stationary: Kate Ruth Romey | Xylobands: The Events Factory | Xylobands: The Events Factory

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Coastal England Wedding Inspiration

I am going to blame all my day dreaming today on this stunning shoot from Sarah Falugo. Because as the snow is falling outside my window for the millionth time this winter, getting lost in these lovely images just seems like the best way to spend the day. It’s dreamy to say the very least (the florals from The Blue Carrot have my heart), and you can join my little day dreaming party right here.

From Sarah FalugoThis coastal shoot took place on a summer morning on the beautiful north coast of Cornwall in England. With soft rolling surf and a light layer of cloud I was able to capture the subtleties of Susanne Hatwood’s stunning floral designs against my favourite ocean backdrops.

With proteas, coral charm peonies and succulents, the vibrant floral design and simple details provide inspiration for a laid back beach wedding.

Our aim was to offer inspiration for a less obvious beach wedding style. We nod to our coastal influences with the inclusion of nautical stripes and glass lanterns. The stationery design combines beautiful seascapes with a modern geometric element and includes a nautical compass which is mirrored in our star crown and cake topper.

The dresses are simple high street dresses for the laid back bride. The stylish jewelry from Körp offers an urban contrast to the rural landscape. The table is set up as a stylish picnic on wooden crates with blue glasses, striped napkins and diamond shaped plates.

The over-sized bouquet was designed in an ombre style – as you turn it around it slowly takes on a new color palette depending on your desired look.

Photography: Sarah Falugo | Wedding Stationery: Lovely Paper Things | Jewelry: Körp Jewelry | Hair and Make Up: Amy Skinner | Floristry Design: The Blue Carrot | Star Crown: Etsy | Styling and Design: Sarah Falugo | Wedding Dress - Aqua Mary white: AQ/AQ | Wedding Dress - Embellished Short White: Warehouse | Wedding Dress - Rouched Lace Sorbete: Mango

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Multi-Cultural Wedding at London Mandarin Oriental Hotel

It’s not every day a cultural beauty like this comes our way. But this morning, m’dears, we’re diving into one completely bespoke, impeccably planned affair celebrating what the joining of two families is truly all about. One part Jewish and one part Hindu, it’s a beautiful nod to both the bride and groom’s heritage, and you can see the love affair unfold through Aneta MAK’s lens right over here. 


From the Bride & Groom… I think most couples want their wedding to be a true reflection of themselves. Dan and I were no different in this respect, we wanted our wedding to showcase our passion for food and how we love to throw a good party, whilst also reflecting both our Indian and Jewish heritages.

Coordinating the religious ceremony was the most difficult aspect for us. We decided we wanted to have a joint religious ceremony rather than two separate Indian and Jewish weddings as we felt this would not be a true reflection of our future HinJew household, where both religions would be intertwined.

Our first task of finding a Hindu priest and a Rabbi who would be happy to work together was very difficult in itself. We then had to build our own wedding ceremony from Jewish and Hindu rituals. This was a political minefield to navigate: pleasing families, the priests as well as ourselves sometimes seemed impossible! We got there in the end however, and the result was a ceremony which incorporated both our cultures, families, and was completely bespoke to us.

Style wise I wanted to keep it simple, the Mandarin Oriental is a beautiful venue and so I opted for classic white, cream and buttermilk flowers. The table decorations had cascading orchids to add another dimension and soften the overall look. I didn’t have a colour scheme as I wanted the overall appearance to be natural and not too over stylised. Plus I had heard horror stories of brides being up all night ordering chair cover samples from China to ensure they were the same shade of duck egg blue as their bridesmaids dresses! I wanted to avoid slipping into this kind of bridezilla stress! The result was green bridesmaids dresses (they chose colour and outfits themselves), pink and grey straws, and neutral flowers.

My favourite detail or touch were the personalised flags we had commissioned. These were life size photos of us hanging over Knightsbridge at the entrance to our wedding. In the future if we buy a house it must have two flag poles so we can hang them once more!

TIP: Make freezable favours so they can be made well in advance and so are not a last minute chore. We made Florentines, white chocolate with lemon and lime and a dark chocolate and peanut variety. By all accounts they were yummy but having made 300+ I am now thoroughly sick of them.

Best part of the day was the party, Indian and Jewish dancing followed by some old school classics and of course a garage set! It was crazy! At the end of the night we were on such a high, we went to our room and ordered whiskey and room service and reflected on the day together.

My advice for anyone planning a wedding is to try and not get too bogged down in the details and to focus on what really matters to you. We had a brilliant day but we acknowledge it’s hard to take it all in at the time. As my husband says, the prominence of that one day increases with every day that passes. It was the best day of our lives, we know it now but we will know it even more in 50yrs time.

Photographer: Aneta MAK | Videographer: Kissing Gate Films | Cake: Le Papillon Patisserie | Stationery: Hello Lucky | Ceremony: Mandarin Oriental Hotel | Reception Venue: Mandarin Oriental Hotel | Hair: Daniel Galvin | DJ: Sliding Vinyl DJs | Bespoke Flags: Mandarin Oriental Hotel | Bride Indian Wedding Dress: Bibi London | Bride Jewellery: Mother Of The Bride's Own | Bride Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Bride White Dress:: Pronovias | Cocktail Hour Band: The Wandering Hands Band | Favours: Bespoke / By Bride & Groom | Florals: Wildabout | Groom Cufflinks: Lanvin | Groom Shoes: Prada | Groom Suit: Bespoke By Dress 2 Kill | Indian Jewellery: Kyles Collection | Jeweller: Keglim Laufer | Makeup: Roopa Chudasama | Personalised Straws: The French Etiquette Via Etsy