The ceremony occurred, close to the bride's parents' house, having a reception afterward at Surrey. The House's opulent beauty shone through, using the couple adopting a small approach to styling and adding just a couple touches of metallic and gold to enhance its wonderful Park setting.
"I wanted easy and elegant wedding dresses online along with a little bit different. This ticked all the boxes. I also loved that it would be a little bit risqué using the slits in the legs with lace inserts."
For a contemporary twist around the traditional, bride-to-Bebe's shoes were rose gold satin.
"I kept accessories simple because the dress was the primary event. I wore diamond stud earrings which my parents provided for my 30th birthday along with gold, hammered Victorian bracelet as my 'something borrowed' from my mum. My dad purchased sed for her was younger. My godfather also provided a sixpence for my shoe."
The modern fit of Emily's gown was mirrored by these sleek, silvery gowns worn by the bridesmaids. Here
Rob and Emily met around the graduate scheme of the accountancy firm in October 2010 and were engaged one year before the wedding.
"Rob fell in love and chased me for around a year before I gave in a hat we started dating in October 2011 (initially keeping it quiet at the office but it all arrived on the scene quite quickly). We got engaged on 28 October 2017. Rob arranged a walk on Leith Hill in Surrey and also at the end from the walk he proposed."
"Jonny is one the best wedding photographers available. He is amazingly professional and also at the same time so friendly and nice, it's like having a buddy at your wedding. He was super-responsive, sent us a complete portfolio to, see what was built with a Skype call around before we picked him as our photographer."
The couple chose some thoughtful, elegant details to decorate the House.
"We wanted something upbeat which others could participate in with. We heard this inside a bar on vacation shortly after we'd got engaged hat we knew immediately it was the 'one'. The lyrics are great too, especially 'We've advanced significantly and yet this is only the beginning' – fitting for that length in our relationship along with a wedding!"
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"If you're stressed about wedding ceremony planning, remember why you married; to invest your life devoted to the person you like. Take a break, make a move different and breathe. It will get together and be fine within the end."
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