You may notice a little addition to the side bar today, not quite sure where to put it yet but by jiminy it shall be there! Would it be blog vain of me to make it less pink, maybe black and white it??
Today’s wedding is of course beautiful, but I am loving all of the hard work that went in to collecting all the details for it, right down to the hunting for 1920s sheet music. I also have the same favourite moment as Naomi.
Photography by Lucie Z Photography
A Ted Baker suit with peacock print lining.
Groomsmen’s outfits/accessories: All groomsmen’s suits were from Moss Bros.
Dorton House, Dorton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
The table names and favours were all book themed, with vintage books and other vintage items (everything from an antique sewing machine to original 1920’s sheet music!) also being used in the décor. We spent a summer trawling around vintage fairs and junk shops collecting bits and pieces. It was a very satisfying experience.
– Definitely consider DIY’ing your wedding stationery, favour boxes, décor etc. It’s incredibly fulfilling and you really get to put your own stamp on things.
– Definitely go for a short drive with your new husband or wife after the ceremony. It’s one of the only opportunities you get to be alone together for most of the day.