As a bride-to-be, some of your best research aka stalking will of course take place on Insta. If you fancy being completely swamped with imagery, go ahead, blanket follow every designer you’ve ever loved, bridal shops, all the venues you’re considering, caterers, specific honeymoon destinations and everything in between. If, on the other hand, you find the prospect of bridal white noise daunting but crave quality inspo, check out our edit of awesome bridal instagram accounts to follow.
The team behind the much loved Bash magazine (Jen Stafford and Kate O’Dowd) has turned their genius to event planning. You’ll continue to follow long after you’re done and dusted.
The Aussie queens of the sexy dress have opened in London after sell-out pop-ups there and their creations are hot, hot, hot.
For both trend-setting details and big picture eye candy, check out this California photographer’s curation of all things wedding.
Ultra cool architect-turned-stationery designer Melissa has one of the best eyes for minimalist detail we’ve seen- and not just for paper goods.
negative space and vellum . . A small chat with @kristenkayphotography helped validate some current emotions I’ve been feeling lately, and that is, the battle of finding your own style; but mostly, being comfortable with it. When I first began the social media adventure, it was tough to find that balance. . . An appreciation of negative space and type has been a constant in my designs, but in the last few months (seriously after joining @bossladiesmag work sessions) it all clicked. It’s like finally being comfortable in your own skin. Take that leap friends, and trust yourself when you’re feeling a lack of passion. You’ll find it again ?. . . Happy Humpday friends! . . ?: @epochdes
America’s best-selling wedding mag is full of accessible ideas for all kinds of everything from cakes to table settings and veils.
The Notting Hill go-to for for Boho brides, they can be counted on to be the first to break French designers- Rime Arodaky, Laure de Sagazan, Margaux Tardits .
We ran into this top notch florists at Grace Love’s Lace pop up in Clerkenwell last year and have been fans ever since.
Another stunning Aussie dress brand to add to the most wanted list .
This wedding planner will blow your mind with the events she orchestrates.
Happy 1st Anniversary to my sweet friend, editor of @fluttermag, Kim and her amazing husband @tysonpilcher!!!! Kim has been blogging about her wedding over on the @fluttermag blog, and I’ll be sharing my entire design process for this beautiful wedding via #theweddingtemplate soon!!! Photo: @josevilla l Design & Planning: @joyproctor l Floral: @amyosabaevents l Rentals: @revelryeventdesign l Linens: @latavolalinen l Candles: @creative.candles l Tabletop: @theark_ l Paper Goods: @monvoirco l Structure: @bellavistadesigns #weddingreception #joyproctordesign #fluttergetshitched
Stunning couture from the likes of Anna Kara, Claire Pettibone, Amanda Wakely and David Fielden from our homeys in D2.
International in feel, these Dublin-based planners are real masters of the bespoke.
“Run from what’s comfortable. Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notorious.” – Rumi. . . . Limited availability for 2018 one to one editorials so please contact us for bespoke branding creations. Image by @lancenicoll feat on @oncewed. Dress by @emilyriggsofficial Hair @pinuphair.ie MUA @lindacollinsmakeup #pearlandgodiva #weddinginspiration #beachwedding #editorial
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