This is the wedding of Sophie, a Risk Analyst for any corporate mobility company, and James, a Risk Manager who works in banking. They celebrated their marriage on 20 October 2018 in the beautiful and historic Somerset.
"Autumn was our starting place. We both love that point of the year, also it's whenever we got engaged, so anything autumnal inspired us. We also didn't want your day to be too formal – that's not us, and we wanted our guests to become comfortable, therefore we opted for any more rustic feel."
Sophie's exquisite ball gown wedding dress uses its stylish mermaid silhouette and wonderful Guipure lace. The addition of off-the-shoulder lace sleeves was this kind of elegant touch.
"When I tried that one on I just loved the color and the lace. I'd been surfing for an alternative color like blush or champagne, however, in the end, the classic ivory looked the very best!"
Shoes were pink velvet flats embellished with pearls and crystals, from, and Sophie's other accessories were a combination of those she had chosen, together with borrowed and gifted pieces.
The couple decided to hold their ceremony outside, and also the weather exercised just perfectly on their behalf! They exchanged their vows beside quite a gazebo decorated with fresh, colorful blooms, and gave each other rings, chosen.
"We both wrote our vows separately, and merely sort of guessed roughly just how long to make them. We knew we didn't would like them too long once we had planned to memorize them for your day, and that we ended up doing plenty of last-minute cramming the week before the wedding to ensure we had them ready. Our guests were so surprised that people remembered them off by heart, and we'd vows that were similar." Here
James wore a handsome blue three-piece suit, filled with a checked waistcoat, that they wore by having an ivory Paisley print tie and pocket square, and cufflinks.
"We met at university – I was both around the swim team, and we were friends before we began to go out. We went for 4 years before we got engaged (James surprised me on a journey to Norway and proposed on the white sandy beach at the end of a Fjord – we'd the whole spot to ourselves, also it was stunning!)."
The couple's photographer has woven such magic with one of these images. There's a genuine fine art, painterly touch towards the use of light, shadow, and color, also it's fantastic to talk about his work here today.
"We can't recommend Warren highly enough, he was fantastic throughout the process. In the run-up towards the wedding, he kept us informed and was interested to understand the plan around the day to ensure that he might get all the right shots."
"On your day he worked a very long day, at the moment we were in the venue to once the dance floor emptied in the end from the night. He blended into the crowd and we have some incredible shots to remember your day by."
Back inside and around the dancefloor, Sophie and James enjoyed their first dance together like a married couple, for an acoustic version of the song Lullaby, by Paloma Faith.
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"No one knows that which you have planned for your day and how everything ought to be, which of course means if small things fail no one notices, so there isn't any point stressing over them!"
"Be prepared for your day to fly by, try to remain present, and drink in every second you can. The big day is only the beginning."
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