Our favourite wedding venues

Our favourite wedding venues

Here at Bridal Reloved, we are lucky enough to work with some amazing wedding venues throughout the UK. From historic houses to modern hotels, here’s a run-down of our favourite places to say ‘I do’… Athelhampton House, Dorset With its immaculate gardens, striking architecture and choice of rooms to hold your celebrations, this private manor house is one of our favourite settings for a timeless English wedding. Have your photos taken on the Iron Bridge, or against the backdrop of the stunning Oriel Window – either way, you’re going to look unforgettable. Siren, Liverpool Looking for a cool, industrial setting for your day? We love Siren for its unique architecture, floor-to-ceiling windows and roof terrace overlooking the cathedral and river. There’s even an urban garden for giant Jenga games and cocktails – just don’t forget to send us an invite! Parklands Quendon Hall, Maldon, Essex This breathtaking 17th-century mansion is set within a 100 acre deer park, on the Essex/Hertfordshire border. Get married in the silk-lined pavillion, with its twinkling starlight ceiling, or say your vows outside in the sunshine surrounded by beautiful gardens. Dillington House, Street, Somerset Take over this historic manor house for the weekend and enjoy the ultimate English country wedding! We love the light-filled Victorian orangery, the picture-perfect sun terrace and the luxurious interiors. Oh, and the food is to die for too… Shearsby Bath, Leicestershire With its amazing countryside views you can’t help but fall in love with this unique venue, set on the site of ancient salt springs. The Old Spa room, with its beautiful wooden beams and original features, is a picturesque setting for your...
Six beautiful looks from London Bridal Week 2018

Six beautiful looks from London Bridal Week 2018

Want to know what styles to look out for in 2018/19? We visited London Bridal Week & The White Gallery to check out all the latest design trends… 1. 3D florals Pastel appliquéd flowers and intricate embroidery and beading were one of the prettiest trends to grace the LBW catwalks. Adding texture and colour to classic designs, they’re perfect for bohemian summer brides. As seen at: Alan Hannah, Bowen Dryden, Savin London, Rachel Simpson shoes 2. Whispy feathers From full-on feathered skirts to pretty pink feathered heels, this is a look for chic, fun-loving brides. Too daring for you? Opt for a feathered bolero or earrings instead. As seen at: Halfpenny London, Savin London, Ian Stuart, Diane Hassall shoes 3. Tulle with a twist Nothing says ‘I’m the bride!’ like romantic layers of white tulle. At The White Gallery London, the 2018-19 collections were awash with ruffled assymetric layers, shades of pink and mint and giant tulle pom poms. Love, love, love! As seen at: LouLou Bridal, Madeline Gardner, Bowen Dryden, Katya Katya, David Fielden, Tal Kadem, Hazaar London 4. Deep v necklines + big skirt Always imagined you’d wed in a dress with a huge skirt? That classic ‘princess’ look has been given an ultra-stylish update for 2018, with plunge necklines featuring stunning embroidery, spaghetti straps, intricate beading and lace. Would you dare to bare? As seen at: Tal Kadem, Savin London, Watters 5. All about the back We were swooning over all the stunning back detail on show – sheer organza panels and sparkly beaded straps were some of our favourite looks. Perfect for looking dreamy from every angle as...