We're such fans of this warm, wild, autumnal bridal bouquet by @honeysuckleflowerco, who come so highly recommended by bride @lmcallan: “After speaking with Christiane over the phone and chatting about what we might like, I had full confidence that our flowers on the day would be incredible, and so they were. I knew I wanted Old English roses, dahlias, some berries and greenery, and my bouquet was a mixture of yellow Old English roses, red and orange spray roses and café au lait roses, orange dahlias, peach snapdragons, rosehip and other autumnal berries, gloriosa and greenery.” Gown @naomineoh
Hair + makeup @lipstickandcurlsltd
Peonies are definitely one of my most requested flowers during the early summer months. There's nothing quite like the coral charm with their big voluptuous petals that gently fade to the palest peach colour 🌸
@emilyburtondesigns created an elegant color palette that we can really get into. The bride's bouquet consisted of peonies, ranuculous, garden roses and scabiosa hand tied with silk ribbon. The outdoor ceremony at Musgrove on St Simons Island is beautifully captured by @thehappybloom is one for the books and tomorrow it airs on the front page of @stylemepretty! #sneakpeek
"We're waiting for tomorrow,
But tomorrow never comes,
Our last breath is right upon our heels,
Yet we still refuse to run.
And we're in another day,
All slipping through our fingers,
As we look the other way.
Days, weeks, months and years,
Are made up of right now,
A string of fleeting moments,
That we can never pin down.
We gaze into the future,
As though it's where we're meant to be,
Always planning for that day,
When we can say we're happy.
We spend so long looking forward,
That we may as well be blind,
Since we don't see until the very end,
All the things we've left behind.
Now I know it's just a theory,
But I think I've worked out how,
The only way to happiness,
Is to love what we have now.