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A Colourful, Country Music Inspired Ranch Wedding in California

Stop everything! You are going to just ADORE Morgan and Jesse’s California desert wedding and I am so excited to share it with you today! They were married at Rimrock Ranch in Pioneertown over the summer. They wanted their day to have a fun and joyful atmosphere and for it to be a little bit country (good music was a non-negotiable!) and a little bit weird! “We deemed the weekend ‘MJ Boogi Fest’, so it would feel like a weekend long celebration!” the bride said.

Morgan wore a Houghton NYCdress with adorable pink Iron Fist shoes and an incredible, yellow veil! She did her hair and make up herself because she wanted to feel like herself and she wanted them both to be quite minimal and non-fussy. Jesse was in a snazzy pink suit jacket from ASOS. “We didn’t have any decorations and I created silk bouquets for myself and bridesmaids. We wanted to let the desert shine on its own, so we kept things very minimal”, she said.

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Introducing: Love Letters & Feeling Better, A Free Weekly Email Subscription from Rock n Roll Bride!

What’s your inbox like? Is it a place you avoid because it’s piled up with spam, emails from your boss and brand newsletters trying to sell you stuff? What if each week you could get a message that was full of love, joy, positivity and fun!? Something you’d ACTUALLY look forward to opening?

I’ve been feeling the same, babe, so I’ve decided to do something about it! Each week I’m going to be sending out a free weekly email to each and every one of you, with the sole goal of MAKING US ALL FEEL GOOD (I know I’m going to love putting them together just as much as you’ll enjoy receiving them). Every week I’ll share the things I’ve been loving, the stuff I’ve been wearing, songs you’ll want to solo dance party to, my favourite weddings from our site which you may have missed because ALGORITHMS (groan!) a no bullshit pep talk from yours truly and lots of lovely little surprises!

The world can feel like such a dark, shitty place at times and I really just want to spread some love and joy and put a smile on your face. This is going to be a way for us to have a direct conversation so please do reply to them and let me know how you’re doing too!

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A Simple, Modern & Industrial Chic Boston Wedding

Today’s wedding is going to hit you right in the feels. Jazmine and Greg’s day a beautiful example of how keeping things simple yet personal is always the way to go. They were married in Boston and after a Catholic ceremony hosted their reception at Liberty Hotel.

“We met during my first year in college, when I was 19”, began the bride. “It was in a General Psychology Class that he was taking for his pre-Med requirements, the only class he was taking at the same school I was at that time.”

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Industrial Meets Tropical & Rose Gold London Wedding

Inspired by an East London club night coupled with a strong desire to do things differently, Rebecca and Reece planned their wedding for March this year. They wanted their day to have a real old meets new feel so chose a reception venue with an industrial vibe, The Depot in Holloway, and decorated it top to bottom in tropical, sparkle and bubblegum pink themed things!

“We’d been inspired by a club in London called Moth Club, which was an old social club that had been rejuvenated for an East London crowd”, explained Rebecca. “It had all it’s old features mixed with glittery curtains and metallic streamers! We wanted something that felt quite old and industrial mixed with twinkly lights, tropical leaves, and glistening copper, so I guess our theme would be old Industrial meets 70s social club. We paired this with a colour scheme of pinks, reds, greens and copper/rose gold.”

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Thai Restaurant & Rock Bar Wedding with a £4000 Budget

Sarah and Ben met on MySpace in 2007 when they were just 15 and 16 years old. They had a long distance relationship, seeing each other every weekend, until they went to the same university and moved in together. “Since then we have adopted three cats, moved house four times, and spent over 11 years together”, they said.

With a £4000 budget and a desire to get married without anything too fancy, expensive or posh, they planned a perfectly ‘them’ cerebration for January this year. “We wanted the day to be very us”, said Sarah. “Nothing too posh or over the top – we just wanted everyone to be happy, eat good food, get drunk and have fun partying with us.”

“A lot of our friends commented on how before our wedding day they hadn’t enjoyed attending friend’s weddings because they were so structured and formal. I believe we managed to have a relaxed although organised wedding day which allowed everyone to be themselves and have fun.”

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A Druid Handfasting meets Glastonbury Wedding Full of Colour, Sequins & Morris Dancers

James and Bex go to Glastonbury every single year, but as there was no festival in 2018, they decided they would get married on the same weekend and host their own! The day was held at The Pheasantry Brewery, near their home in Nottinghamshire. As well as making their day feel perfect for them, their family and in particular their children were a really important part of the day. Between them they have five kids, two each from previous relationships and the youngest, Frank, together. They even painted Frank’s buggy with the pyramid stage and portraits of Michael Eavis and Dave Grohl on it!

“Our wedding was a Midsummer Night’s Dream meets Glastonbury festival meets English village fete meets The Wicker Man!” said the bride.  “As a family we usually go to Glastonbury Festival, its where James proposed in fact, and on hearing 2018 would be a fallow year and there would be no festival we decided to have our own, that way we get to celebrate our anniversaries there!”

The druid handfasting ceremony was a really special moment (they did the legal ceremony a few days prior). Instead of an aisle, their guests were gathered in a circle around them, their children were also really involved.

Being a festival wedding, the entertainment was obviously a big consideration… Their children are all quite musical so they held an open mic session at the reception where anyone could stand up and perform! All the kids sang, as did Bex and her bridesmaids.

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