Cake: Kacie Lynch Photography via Burrnet’s Boards
Harriet Wilde Shoes: Kibogo Photography via Magnolia Rouge
Blue Wedding Dress: Laura Gordon Photography via Bridal Musings
Bridesmaid Dresses: Jessica Lorren Photography via Weddings Unveiled
Succulent Bouquet: Reese Moore Photography via A Country Wed
There’s nothing prettier than a Johanna Hehir bride with flowers in her hair! We are loving these gorgeous photos of Adele & Ben’s wedding day, taken by Anna Clarke Photography. Just adore Adele’s bridal look, she looks amazing in her Freya dress (from the Mae by Johanna Hehir collection) worn with relaxed sandals and gypsophila in her hair!
Here’s the lovely Clare with her new husband Rob on their wedding day at the beautiful and rustic Great Street Barn in Surrey, UK. Clare wore our Catherine dress and looks so classically beautiful in these photos by Lola Rose Photography. We love everything about this wedding from the sun drenched, leafy surroundings to Clare’s gorgeous pastel bouquet.
There are so many things to love about Danielle & Ben’s fun and quirky wedding, which was held at one of most unique venues we’ve seen, Victoria Baths in Manchester. Danielle looked beautiful in her ‘Beth’ dress by Johanna Hehir (ordered via The Case of the Curious Bride) teamed with colourful accessories. Have a look at these amazing photos by Emma Boileau Photography.
Having heard kiwi born Megan talk about her amazing wedding plans during her fittings, we couldn’t wait to see photos of the big day! And here they are, captured by talented Fiona Kelly Photography. Megan and Rich’s got married in London, and had a vintage inspired wedding with uniforms, victory rolls, and an old Routemaster bus! Their wedding had also been featured on Love My Dress, so click here to see more and read about how Megan and Rich planned their day!
Here’s what Megan had to say about her dress;
“I wore the Marianne dress by designer Johanna Hehir. I wanted a dress that was 1940’s in style and this dress was the look I wanted in a style that flattered. To enhance the waist of the dress, I opted for a wedgewood/cornflower blue satin ribbon around the middle of the dress with bow tails that extended down the back and train of the dress. The colour matched in with elements of the bridal fascinator, brides shoes, bouquet ribbon and the cake. The same ribbon was used for the flower vases on the tables and the table name cards.
I loved the lace on the dress and the long train at the back. I wanted the shrug to emulate the 1940’s style of square shoulders and a high neck. The shrug was made with the same lace as the dress (cornelli lace) and pinned onto the dress to give the appearance that it was attached. I have a photo of me in the dress which is very similar to one taken of my grandmother at her 1940’s wedding.”
We were beyond excited when we received an email from our bride Jenny with these photos of her Kent wedding. The images are simply gorgeous and Jenny looks too pretty for words in her ‘Annabel’ dress (from the Mae by Johanna Hehir collection) teamed with a lace edge veil and flowers in her hair. Click here to see more of this beautiful wedding on the We Heart Pictures Blog.