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Favourite Wedding Styles gathered from weddings The Pure Wedding Company
Charlie / 21 November 2017
It’s the very first in our brand new mini collection, which is featuring a few of our favorite picks in the Real Weddings we have featured through time. It’s been a struggle to pick our ‘favourites’, however, as we discussed in our introductory article, these are just a few of our favourites.
Our picks are chosen in the very initial Real Wedding we comprised up until spring of this season.
An Asymmetric Layered Wedding Dress
I got a little stuck with this class because every bride selects a wedding gown that suits them, and is right for their wedding. The issue was, how should I pick? Should I choose the one I’d most like to use? In the long run I had been tied between two (that was the other), however, Nik’s wedding gown won out for me.
For her Welsh coastal plantation wedding, Nik unexpectedly fell in love on this wedding gown in Coast on a shopping trip for bridesmaids dresses. She even told us “I really tried it on for a laugh — it seemed dreadful on the railing and I was planning to leave behind it.” I love the asymmetric hem line and stitched skirt of this wedding gown, that Nik wore using a thin leather belt.
Looking through their wedding day I just felt that the dress not only looked great on Nik, but it fitted in with his or her own day. Worn with silver flip flops it combined perfectly into their down-to-earth (and very sexy!) Outdoor service. Later to their champagne picnic and stroll on the shore it worked beautifully with bare toes. And for the evening party on the farm using a set of vintage cowboy boots.
A Vintage Polka Dot Wedding Dress
Additionally, I asked Samantha that her favorite was and she chose this vintage wedding gown worn by Irminta. Samantha adored the polka dots, so the more frills the black bow, and the way it caught the light.
A Dreamy Backless Lace Wedding Dress
Natural and Naked Wavy Wedding Hair
Wedding hairstyles are so special for the bride and her fashion, but because of my favorite I’ve picked Zoe’s retractable wavy hairstyle. With comparable hair length this is very similar to the style I chose for my own wedding.
I love that it is simply but using a blossom crown added it is a very natural jelqing fashion. I just wish to understand how she kept it looking so beautiful all day!
Romantic Plaits and Curls
As soon as I asked Samantha that her favorite wedding had been, she chose another of my favourites. This beautiful hair style with its small and wavy curls is romantic and includes a vintage feel to it.
A Powder Blue Blend with Blue Suede Shoes
We’ve had some great each with their personal style, however, James’ powder blue suit is my very favorite. He wore a thinly striped pale blue suit with a black tie and blue suede sneakers out of his epic summer wedding into Jodie. For me personally it totally fitted in using their mid September wedding, with it is hazy skies and gold light.
Mismatched Tweed Waistcoat and Trousers
Samantha’s choice for her favorite groom style was Sam’s mismatched waistcoat and trousers.
Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses from Vintage Shades of Pink and Peach
This picture of bride Emma and her is just one that has stuck with me over recent years. They all seem so happy and I adore the way the mismatched dresses compliment each other as well as the Jenny Packham wedding gown therefore flawlessly. A beautiful example of how allowing your bridesmaids pick their own dresses can do the job really well.
Emma and Gianni’s wedding was the very first Real Wedding I had the honor to feature on our website, and Emma explained it “eclectic vintage meets Darling Buds of May.” The gentle pinky colours of the decoration dresses and their handmade headpieces all catch that feel for me.
Shades of White for Natural Bridesmaids
A Moon Shaped Necklace and Tiny Beaded Hatmosphere jelqing
Laura and Dave planned a homely autumn wedding that represented the seasons in a variety of ways. The wedding accessories that Laura chose are my most loved from all our Real Weddings because they echo that autumnal feel. The is shaped like a crescent moon and custom designed using the chopped yellows and autumn golds that were integrated into their wedding.
Turquoise Accessories plus a Classic Printing Silk Shawl
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