Phew, what a crazy year it’s been. With big wedding plans made nigh-on impossible due to limited guest numbers, there is a new wave of lovebirds opting to tie the knot with a very intimate, very romantic, micro-wedding. And although it may not have been the original plan, there is no reason why it can’t be just as beautiful, and most importantly, just as special. Not only does a smaller wedding allow you to cherish the time with your nearest and dearest, but it really does focus on what you are all ultimately there for – each other.

Here are our top tips on how to throw the perfect micro-wedding…


1. Don’t let numbers get in the way of a smashing colour line-up


There is no reason why a small wedding should mean a less impactful wedding. Some of our favourite bridesmaids colour combo’s have appeared recently and we would encourage you to go bold with your choices – it’s your wedding day after all! Grace and her bridesmaids certainly didn’t disappoint with their inspirational colour palette of rust satin, chianti, forest and blackcurrant crepe.


Grace’s girls wear Blackcurrant Soho jumpsuit, Chianti Brooklyn dress, Forest Ibiza dress and Rust satin Brooklyn dress. Photography by @redonblondephotography




2. Simplicity is key


Why not opt for a chic, elegant and understated bridal look that is a little easier on the purse-strings? Enter, our Ivory collection. Or just say hell to the rule book and wear a coloured wedding dress!


Victoria wears our Ivory Florence dress. Photography by @hannahjuliaphotos



3. It’s all about the food and wine 


If you are planning a smaller wedding then you can make much more of a big deal over the food and wine, including more courses and spending longer at the wedding breakfast. Maybe it’s time you took the opportunity to book that fabulous tasting menu for you and your guests, of course, paired with matching wines.





4. Go BIG on the flowers


Just because there are fewer guests than originally planned, it doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your vision of how the day was going to look. Floral arches, big bouquets and added touches go along way to making the day.


Bottom right, bridesmaid wears Chianti Brooklyn dress. Photography by @redonblondephotography



5. Get his and hers masks


Poke a bit of fun at COVID and get some shots wearing his and hers masks, you can look back and remember the difficult time that you survived through together.



Photography by @lexflemingphoto




7. Include your loved-ones


Having recently attended a micro-wedding that was live streamed via Facebook to 100 absent guests, Rewritten can vouch for the success of this personally. Not only did it mean that everyone felt super involved in such an awesome day, but it also meant that the bride and groom had a video of their ceremony to watch the following day. Oh and it’s great fun to ask your guests to dress up at home and send you pictures of them watching.


Miles and Beccy’s girls wear Chianti Soho jumpsuit, Florence dress and Mykonos dress. Photography by




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Is your ideal wedding a spontaneous, bohemian festival with no seating plan or an expertly planned lavish affair complete with outfit change? Are you a can’t-be-flustered, no stress type of a person, or have you been planning this day since the age of 6?

Whatever kind of bride you are and however you choose to get married, we have the most awesome bridesmaids outfits to suit your occasion.

But first, let’s find your perfect look by taking our super fun, highly scientific quiz. Without further ado…

Q. Which of these best describes your ideal wedding?

  1. Chill as f*ck, let’s see what happens
  2. Fairly traditional with lots of personal touches
  3. Modern, relaxed and all about the food and wine
  4. THE wedding of the year

Q. What is your ideal wedding venue?

  1. A giant yurt in a wildflower meadow
  2. The sprawling country estate near your family home
  3. Hawksmoor followed by a proper London pub rave
  4. Canterbury Cathedral

Q. Which of the ‘Friends’ girls are you most like?

  1. Phoebe Buffay
  2. Monica Geller
  3. Rachel Green
  4. None of them; I was always more of a Buffy.

Q. What is your go-to music to play loudly (when no-one else is listening)?

  1. Anything worthy of a Glastonbury headline slot (more Arcade Fire, less Taylor Swift)
  2. The Killers. Takes me back to the good old uni days.
  3. Electronic or old school 90’s classics
  4. Florence and the Machine or John Mayer

Q. What is your perfect meal out?

  1. A barbecue at a mate’s house
  2. A country pub lunch followed by a walk
  3. That new Peruvian place you have been dying to try
  4. 12-course tasting menu at The Shard

Now, make a note of your answers!


The Boho Bride. Well aren’t you just a laidback little bundle of fun? Brightly coloured, mix and match bridesmaids outfits will look just perfect at your festival themed bohemian wedding.

Look to the floaty sleeves of the Mykonos and Florence dresses in colours like Coral, Bluebell, Marine and Heather.

Amy’s bridesmaids wear styles in Concrete and Marine. Photography by Will Patrick Weddings.


The Traditionalist. Dreaming of that beautiful country house wedding with the white flowing dress and veil since you were a little girl? What could be more fitting for your day than pale oyster pink, blush rose, soft grey or minty marine green dresses. The high neck Vienna and classic Ibiza will strike the balance between demure and contemporary and will look just bloody fabulous on that marquee dancefloor.

Natalie’s bridesmaids wear styles in Oyster. Photography by Sadie Osborne Photography.


The Cosmopolitan City Bride. Oh hey there city slicker. More bothered by the quality of the wine than the flowers, we have got you covered with our uber cool Soho jumpsuit, high neck Vienna and square neck Berlin dress in Chianti (red wine friendly HELLO) or Concrete.

Rachel’s bridesmaids wear the Vienna dress in Concrete. Photography by Duke Scotland.


The Fairytale Bride. The event of the century, your grand English cathedral or French chateau wedding is going to be talked about for years to come. Look to our Seville dress with sweeping train and dramatic shoulder ties or our slinky Brooklyn dress with low back and spaghetti straps in rich jewel tones such as Blackcurrant, Ink, Chianti or Forest.

Pamela’s bridesmaids wear styles in Chianti. Photography by McGivern Photography.

Would you like to see all of our colours in person before buying? Email us on with your address and chosen colours and we will pop some swatches in the post for you.

Helena’s bridesmaids wear dresses and jumpsuits in Forest. Photography by Gail Secker.

The biggest and boldest of the bridesmaids trends, mismatched is here to stay. Done right it makes for the coolest of looks but it can be a tricky one to nail. From clashing prints to tonal gradation and contrasting textures, we bring to you the cardinal rules of mixing and matching.


1. One style DOESN’T suit all 

Long gone are the days when free thinking adult women are expected to dress in the same outfit, now it is entirely possible to let your bridesmaids show off their own sense of style and identity whilst achieving a uniform look. Opt for different styles in the same colour for a modern take on the traditional bridal party. Oh and your bridesmaids will love you for it, we promise.

Lauren’s bridesmaids wear various styles in Oyster. Photography by Callum Baker |

Emma’s bridesmaids wear various styles in Ink. Photography by Bloom Weddings.


2. Don’t be afraid to be BOLD

We specially designed all of our colours to be worn together. Bright Coral with red-wine friendly Chianti and pale Oyster pink – why the hell not? Turquoise marine green with deep forest and brilliant bluebell? Abso-bloody-lutely. Embrace the colour pop and go BOLD.

Rachel’s bridesmaids wear various styles in Bluebell and Oyster. Photography by Epic Love Story.

 Sarah’s bridesmaids wear the Florence dress in Bluebell, Marine and Concrete. Photography by Dan Ward Photography.


3. Play with TEXTURE

The subtle sheen of a satin when teamed with a matt crepe and a pretty printed chiffon dress will win serious style points and looks glorious in photographs – different fabrics will capture a kaleidoscope of colours in sunlight.

Styled shoot featuring the satin Sydney dress, limited edition velvet dress and Mykonos dress in Forest. Shot by Nic Ford Wedding Photography.

Isy’s bridesmaids wear various dresses including the Mykonos in Marine and Brooklyn in Oyster. Photography by  Ben & Kadin.


4. Throw in a TROUSER

Call us biased but we LOVE a strong trouser leg and think every bridal party should feature at least one jumpsuit. Look for a flowing palazzo silhouette that will blend seamlessly with any dress or skirt.

Naimh’s bridesmaids wear the Soho jumpsuit in Forest. Photography by Georgia Rachael Photography.

Ready for more inspiration? Browse our bridesmaids dresses, get in touch for the best advice on how to mix and match or let us inspire you over on Instagram.

Julia wears the Berlin dress in Coral, other bridesmaids wear styles similar to the Soho Jumpsuit in Oyster and the Florence dress in Coral.


Long gone are the days when the invitation to be your best friend’s bridesmaid came with a sense of impending doom at the monstrosity of a non-flattering dress you might have been expected to wear. The modern day bridesmaid has so many more choices and will no longer have to down a few pre-ceremony proseccos just to brave the congregation. So, what exactly is the coolest way to do bridesmaids dressing, I hear you ask? Read on, for having dressed thousands of beautiful bridesmaids, we are the experts…



Bridesmaids wear the Vienna and Mykonos dresses in Oyster. Photography @benjaminwheeler

Do you really believe that all of your adult bridesmaids (women who have spent the last few decades of their lives forming their individual sense of identity and style) are going to even entertain the thought of wearing a matching dress with five other women? And a dress that they (probably) didn’t choose? No, they aren’t. The answer? Mix and match your bridesmaids styles and let your best girls choose which silhouette and colour is going to make them feel most awesome. Not only will this make for way more exciting wedding photos, but your bridesmaids will actually like you, no sorry, love you for it.

Lauren’s girls wear the Mykonos dress, Havana top & skirt, Tokyo dress, Florence dress and Vienna dress in Chianti. Photography by @krishanthiphoto



Yes – we know we said the coolest way to wear bridesmaids dresses but we happen to be massive fans of a bridesmaid jumpsuit. Does it take longer to go to the toilet in? Yes. Is it worth the extra undressing time? Absolutely. Will your best girl feel like a proper rock-star wearing one on your big day? 100%.

Jessica’s girls wear the Vienna dress, Soho jumpsuit and Provence top and skirt (in background) in Bluebell. Photography by @benjaminstuartphotograhy



Like a beautifully sweet sounding harmony, there is nothing more satisfying than a group of dresses in tonal hues of the same colour. Whether a blend of dusky grey, pale pink and antique rose or rich forest green and minty marine we couldn’t sing the praises for tonal dressing more enthusiastically.

Ashleigh’s girls wear the Vienna and Berlin dresses in Heather, Concrete and Oyster colours. Photography by @newforeststudio



Not only is a bridesmaids dress or jumpsuit you can imagine wearing again clearly a winner already, but it’s way more sustainable too (no-one likes throwaway attire.) Look for great quality, contemporary pieces that could be transformed by shortening into a great midi-length party dress post-wedding.You will probably have put a heel through the bottom of the dress anyway.

Bridesmaid wears the Mykonos dress in Oyster. Photography @nigeljohn_com

Ready for more inspiration? Browse our bridesmaids dresses, or let us inspire you over on Instagram.

Welcome to Hackney Wick – home to the Rewritten flagship store and packed with some of the most excellent bars, restaurants and cafes that London has to offer. We are well aware of how difficult it can be to get all of your bridesmaids in one place, so whether you are looking for the perfect pre-appointment brunch spot, post-appointment beer and pizza or a light lunch bite – we have the lowdown on where to go in the area.




Located next to Hackney Wick station Crate Brewery serves the most delicious stone-baked pizzas alongside a fantastic beer selection (and wine too if beer isn’t your thing) everyday from 12pm. In summer there is no greater spot than on one of their benches by the River Lea or if you are feeling adventurous jump aboard the Alfred Le Roy cocktail boat for espresso martini’s and charcuterie. Try the truffle and sage pizza, trust us, it is epic.




A stones throw from the Rewritten showroom, Barge East is an 114 year old Dutch barge serving locally sourced small plate dishes in the warm and cosy inside dining space (there is a log fire, how cute is that) or overlooking the Olympic village from the outdoor deck. The barge is also draped in fairy lights come evening so it looks pretty damn magical on a winters evening. Open for brunch on Saturdays and dinner and drinks throughout the week.




This canal-side bar and kitchen has an excellent cocktail list and flies the flag for local artists with a small in-house arts space and revolving roster of guest DJs. Located close to Hackney Wick, team Rewritten are big fans of Number 90, we even celebrated Ana’s (our Head of CS) 30th birthday there. It was raucous. Serving food daily between 12pm and 9.30pm.




Stour Space Café & Bar is located opposite the Rewritten showroom and has the loveliest indoor cafe and outdoor terrace overlooking the River Lea canal, opposite the Olympic Stadium. The brunch is excellent (try the bacon sarnie) and they do great coffee, wine, beer and cocktails. A non-profit, socially minded organisation, Stour Space is also a revolving exhibition space with all cafe and bar profits reinvested into the running of the venue.





Next door to Crate Brewery, the tank bar at Howling Hops is exceptionally cool – rows of beer tanks are displayed behind the bar and you can dine out on whatever restaurant pop-up is in residence (currently excellent Colombian food – the gluten-free Arepas are to die for) while sitting on long benches. Known to be a bit of a party spot, this late-night venue gets pretty wild later at night with guest DJs and even some table top dancing. They also serve wine and spirits for those non beer drinkers out there.




A ten minute walk from Rewritten, London’s famous Breakfast Club has multiple locations but our favourite has to be the canal-side Hackney eatery. Forming part of the innovative Here East campus (there are oodles of restaurants and bars here including a great Vegan place called Mother so check them out), the Breakfast Club is famous for its breakfast burritos, salted margaritas and bold decor. Call us crazy but we think it is entirely appropriate to eat breakfast at any time of the day, why not do so while sitting on the Hackney Riviera?




This award-winning sustainable seafood restaurant by super talented chef Tom Brown serves up simple but sophisticated sharing plates that change daily. An open kitchen, marble-topped bar and Michelin star quality food make Cornerstone a must for all fancy food lovers and would be a great place for a slap up meal post appointment.


We have literally just scratched the surface of how much this exciting and eclectic borough has to offer but hope we have given you a taste for more. Now what are you waiting for? Book an appointment to come and see us!! Quite frankly, it would be rude not to.



Rust orange leaves, vividly coloured fireworks and red wine galore – Autumn is officially here and to celebrate we have put together some tantalising jewel tone mood boards. Crack out those Pinterest boards ladies, its time to get winter wedding planning 🍁

The Pinks – Coral & Heather 💫
Shop by Pinks

The Reds & Purples – Chianti & Blackcurrant  💫
Shop by Reds & Purples

The Greens & Blues – Forest & Ink  💫
Shop by Greens & Blues 

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