A Colourful Festival Wedding

  • Ahead of what is set to become a week of some pretty big announcements from the Prime Minister around freedoms and liberties within a coming couple of weeks and months, we desired to inject the weekend with a few colors along with a wonderful reminder from the color, fun, and sheer joy that weddings bring us.

    The couple tied the knot at – a historic gardens wedding venue situated in West Sussex. Described as a personal, magical, and peaceful setting, the manor provided an ideal space for Rosie and Martin to go to town using their festival wedding concept and decor.

    "I found my dress at feeltimes dresses. I have very sensitive skin – any lace or netted material gives me an immediate red rash when attempting on other dresses. So instead, I went for any plain silk gown that has a long train and high neckline to help keep the look timeless and stylish."

    The groom and all sorts of his groomsmen wore suits from Ted Baker. Each waistcoat had an embroidered message inside which read 'Martins men, 1 of 10 29th June 2019'.

    "I had six bridesmaids – all of different shapes and sizes, and three which were pregnant for that wedding! We visited which allowed them to choose the type of lavender bridesmaid dresses. This way they'd all be comfortable."

    The bride followed her maids on the grassy aisle and accompanied them in the arms of her father, who looked as happy and proud as punch. She carried a stylish bouquet of sweet peas, tied with pale green ribbon.

    "My Dad accompanied me on the aisle – he was more emotional than I was. I walked on the aisle to Sweet Disposition by Temper Trap. It always reminds me of summer and being in a festival."

    The couple exchanged rings underneath the most spectacular floral installation.

    "Martin and I met through mutual friends and were just friends for a few years before we finally continued our first date. We got engaged at Galvin at Windows on top from the Hilton hotel on park lane in London."

    "We provided our guests with little bags in our favorite sweets, all assembled by Mother in law, who also created hangover kits for guests to consider home together."

    "Our photographer was recommended by a buddy at work, we wanted someone who will catch the candid moments from the day and she or he did that perfectly. She would be a pleasure to cope with from start to finish and would thoroughly recommend to anyone, we're so so pleased with our pictures."

    Words of Wedded Wisdom

    "Don't sweat the little stuff. Whilst facts are important, don't allow them to rule your day. It goes so quickly after all of the time spent planning, why are you and your partner happy. Don't spend some time or money trying to help keep others happy."

    Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.co.uk/