Fusion weddings are amongst my favourites, I have been lucky enough to feature a few but I always wish for more. Today’s is just exceptional. Sanjay, the groom submitted this to me and I think this is my first ever groom submission! (More grooms should submit by the way). Laura looks sensational in her sari and in her gorgeous Justin Alexander gown later in the day and Sanjay looks just as good in his Indian attire then sharp 3 piece suit. There should also be more kulfi and samurai swords at weddings…
Rachel Bottomley, Manchester
Groomsmen’s outfits/accessories: Custom made purple socks from ebay (and for groomsmen) & custom made hipflasks from Folksy
Justin Alexander (bought from Puurebride puurebride.co.uk/)
Shoes: Mimi Rachel Simpson
Bride’s hair accessories/veil: Silk Tulle Veil from Puurebride, Lymm
Heaton House Farm, Macclesfield
Indian mandap from Midland Mandaps. Some decoration hired from Heaton House Farm. Theme – fusion theme mixing Indian and English. Purples and pinks colour theme with lots of elephants 5000 hand cut with a Martha Stewart stamp.
Lawson Photography www.lawsonphotography.co.uk//
Custom designs by Julie Ann Hingley
Living Colour Floral Design, Stockton Heath, Warrington www.livingcolourflowers.co.uk
Payal Caterers, Manchester
Yummy Mummy Cakes, Warrington https://www.facebook.com/pages/Yummy-Mummy-Cupcakes/426341297398640
Custom made sloe gin & limoncello, custom made spiced tea hangover kit, chocolates (from my mums company Spice Kitchen www.spicekitchenuk.com)
For groom – hired a an amazing guy Mike Tattersall from Indie Ices to serve kulfi from his tuk tuk / auto rickshaw. Drove in during grooms speech. Also cutting wedding cake with a samurai sword.