A Festival Inspired Wedding

  • This may be the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Cook, who have been wed on around 17 May 2019. The couple first met through mutual friends who thought they'd be a good match for every other.

    "I would certainly recommend this bridal shop. The interior is beautiful, the employees were really lovely and I felt like I had an effective wedding dress shopping experience – being supplied with Prosecco on arrival! It was the foremost and only bridal shop I visited to try on dresses, and I knew immediately that I would find 'The One' inside."

    "I had tried on a lot of traditional fitting dresses so that as much as I loved them I just didn't seem like me. The 'Destiny' dress was among the last ones that I used it on, and I knew the moment I use it."

    The venue flowers, including an attractive floral arch full of colorful delights like peonies, dahlias, and roses, were made.

    The bride and her father walked down the aisle together to Kodaline's song, The One, where Mr. Cook waited, wearing a good navy blue suit from along having a green printed pocket square designed for him by his mum.

    "We chose to book a summer vacation in July 2017 to Palma. A couple of nights into the holiday we went for a lovely stroll beyond the Cathedral and Bill got recorded on one knee and popped the question! We were engaged for 12 months and 10 months before the wedding."

    Surrounded by friends and family seated in Elmore Court's elegant Hall, the pair exchanged their heartfelt vows one to the other and gave one another rings as a symbol of their commitment. Click

    The bridesmaids wore a lovely variety of pale blue and teal bridesmaid dresses, paired using their selection of footwear and accessories.

    "We both knew that people wanted quite a conventional wedding but having a relaxed feel. We both love music, and that's why we desired to try to possess a festival style to it. My dad comes from Cyprus, therefore we both desired to incorporate this heritage, and that's why we provided Mythos beer during our drinks reception and Bill's dad made the sloe ouzo for the wedding favors, which they have famously named 'Slouzo'."

    "I'm vegan, and we desired to make sure I could enjoy the marriage cake with all of our guests, therefore we had it produced by a company called Earthquake in Bedminster (Bristol) and they're 100% plant-based."

    “The evening caterers were a food van, who provided delicious Souvlaki kebabs (also fantastic vegan options). Again, we desired to incorporate my Greek heritage, and who doesn’t love a cheeky kebab after the night?!”

    After the cutting of the cake, the evening celebrations began using the couple's first dance together, and they also chose the song, How Long Will I Love You.

    "It was originally sung by Ellie Goulding, but we find the Jon Boden, Sam Sweeney, and Ben Coleman version, that is played in our favorite film called About Time. Phill from was our Master of Ceremony and evening DJ."

    "It was our perfect day, but when we had to choose a favorite part it might be having a traditional party with these friends and family in the evening."

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