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Carolyne and Ollie's day was brimming with bright blooms! This bouquet screams summer vibes to me, it's gorgeous.

Their day is featured in our May/June issue - available to read online for FREE.

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Summer's definitely the time to add a pop of colour into your day and this floral cake design is a great example of how to do just that!

"Your cake can be the place to add a burst of colour. The most traditional way is to add fresh flowers from your bouquet. To make even more impact smoother your cake in edible flowers for a wild multi-coloured vibe...", says owner of ACHE for cake, Davina Bye.

Get even more inspiration from our pros in the Hot Topic feature in the latest issue of Your London Wedding magazine.

Kurt and Abbie's day oozed elegance, historic charm and royal vibes. From Abbie's stunning Kate Halfpenny, London dress and Balenciaga heels and Kurt's Cameron Khan tux to the breathtaking venues and styling, I loved it all!

The latest issue is available now. Read all about their day in Your London Wedding magazine for FREE!

Loved by the editor at Your London Wedding magazine Credit: Jay Rowden

If you don't want to wear a traditional veil on your big day, why not consider a stunning bridal headpiece?

"A favourite of ours is a small pillbox with a neat birdcage millinery veil, worn on the back of the head with a little bit of veiling over your eyes. It has a bridal feel but in a less traditional way and works beautifully with a contemporary wedding dress or suit and is timelessly chic," says owner of John Boyd Hats, Sarah Marshall.

Read more top advice in our Hot Topic feature in our latest issue.

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Now, more than ever, couples are planning environmentally responsible weddings and want to know the provenance of the materials used throughout their day. This includes jewellery and accessories and how gorgeous are these pieces by Amanda Li Hope!

Amanda Li Hope is a designer and goldsmith, handcrafting bespoke fine jewellery in her Hatton Garden workshop. "I combine my ethical values with my background as an architect, using responsibly sourced materials, meticulous detailing, and expert artisanship. I'm proud to be one of the first twenty jewellers to become a Fairtrade and Fairmined gold licensee, allowing me to sell and make my work in responsibly sourced and fully traceable gold.

"Whether it's re-using gold and gems from your own heirloom treasures, 100% recycled metals, or newly sourced (lab grown) gemstones or gold that have been mined in socially and environmentally responsible ways. People want to be assured their tokens of love are born out of love and not from the uncomfortable truths of exploitation associated with mining gems and minerals."

Find out more by visiting www.amandalihope.com and read more in our latest issue for free!

Having a wedding day in London doesn't mean you have to miss out on rustic charm. From pumpkins to Campervans, Paige and Dan's wedding day had it all while taking place in a Old Royal Navy College in Greenwhich.

Read more about their big day in the March/April issue available to read for free now!

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Unbelievably, this Grade II* listed Victorian Gothic-revival venue is in London!

The facade of Le Gothique is one of the best original exteriors of its kind in Britain. The spectacular towering spires, gargoyles and large statue of St. George give it a dreamy castle like feel.

An enchanting award-winning Secret Garden is found tucked within the venue. The perfect al fresco space for celebrations, it can be covered, heated and lit. A hard-standing patio with a barbecue is surrounded by neatly striped lawns and hanging floral baskets.

Inside, the space is split into two levels, with formal dining on the mezzanine floor and a Gothic bar occupying the ground floor. A bronze statue of Bacchus, the god of wine, adorns the west wall.

Outdoor weddings with 250 loved ones are accommodated in the Secret Garden and celebrations can also be held inside the venue in the Gothic Room for a maximum of 90 guests.

The venue can also help couples arrive in style with its vintage Rolls Royce to hire.

LE GOTHIQUE | 020 8870 6567 | legothique.co.uk

Read about more venue in the South London area in the March/April edition of Your London Wedding available to read here for free now.

There's no denying, one of the biggest perks of tying the knot in London is the stunning skyline!

Raabia and Alex met in 2016, at the law firm that they both worked at. “I'd just joined as a paralegal and Alex asked for my help with some documents, which I messed up. Luckily, my poor file management was no barrier to romance,” Raabia shares. They got chatting at the pub after work one evening and never really stopped from that point onwards. “We had so much in common and discovered a mutual love of cheese, comedies and craft beer,” she says. Alex proposed in their home in Hackney on a rainy Tuesday during lockdown. “He sent me away to Ikea and transformed our home with candles and post it notes of sweet messages and inside jokes. It was a beautiful fire risk!” It was no surprise as the nearlyweds had already chosen their venue, but Alex made it incredibly special, nonetheless.

Raabia tells us more about their day in the Jan/Feb issue of Your London Wedding available to read for free online now!

Loved by the editor at Your London Wedding magazine Image credit: Philippa Gedge

Wow, a venue this gorgeous needs little decoration! Kew Gardens certainly set the scene for Rosie and Olli's nuptials.

With a shared love of skiing, Rosie and Ollie's pistes crossed in 2008, on a ski season in Whistler, Canada. “We both went out there to teach kids to ski with thirty other like-minded Brits,” says Rosie. “We had a lot in common. Our shared sense of humour, laid back nature and appetite for travel and we still do!” she shares.
Ten happy years later Ollie proposed. “We went back Whistler where it all began on our ten-year anniversary of being together. It was a lovely surprise,” Rosie recalls.

To read more about their wedding day, check out the Jan/Feb issue of Your London Wedding available to read for free now!

Mel and Ab's intimate wedding day was simply stunning with its neutral colour palette of floral tones.
From Ab's suit, to the bridal bouquet, I found it hard to pick my favourite element of this wedding - I loved it all.

You can see the entirety of their wedding in the January/February issue of Your London Wedding which is available to read now online for free!

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