Another day, another beautiful wedding! Laura chose a stunning beaded gown and Rich wore an exceptionally smart blue suit (enjoying their increased popularity this year). I love the relaxed informal nature of their day, mix that with lots of flowers and rustic loveliness and you have a very pretty wedding indeed. It was quite apt the wedding took place in the ‘Garden of England’ as Laura’s mother grew the wedding flowers for the wedding!
photography | Sam and Louise
From Elizabeth King Designs, Hildenborough it was by Ronald Joyce – Regina, in champagne.
Bride’s hair accessories/veil – full length Ivory veil
Hair – Jenny Studley
Makeup – Gemma Evans
Flowers: Bouquets/button holes/ corsages – Arranged Flowers Tonbridge
Flowers for decorating the marquee – home grown by brides mum in the garden for months prior to the wedding!
Lily wore a 50’s vintage dress from Brick Lane vintage shop with Miss KG Gabriella high heel court shoes
Flower Girls, Rich’s nieces Rhianna (8) and Maddy (5) wore next ivory and gold dresses with shoes and hair bands from monsoon
Groom’s outfit/accessories/shoes: Three piece blue bespoke suit from Jones and Jones tailors
Groomsmen’s outfits/accessories: Same as the groom
St Giles’ church Shipbourne and Mountains Country House, Hildenborough
invites and order of service designed by brides sister Lily
Country/vintage/informal/relaxed/ floral theme.
Scratch cards in envelopes stamped with For Richer… For Poorer 27.06.15
Hollies little cakery www.hollieslittlecakery.co.uk – Three tiered traditional cake, fruit cake and sponge with icing flowers decoration
Azra Catering – Welcome drink Pimms and bottle beers/ Three course wedding breakfast and evening buffet
Rich and I playing swingball after dinner, and finally beating Rich for once! And walking down the aisle of course!
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Relax and enjoy the planning because it all goes so fast and it’s all over so quickly.