A FeelTimes Dress for any Bohemian, Wild & Natural Wedding

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This colorful outdoor wedding feels befitting for that end of the week.

It sees Paramedic Practitioner Rachel get married to her love Matt, a Premises manager in a school, on 21st September 2019 in East Sussex, a venue chosen by the couple because of its relaxed vibe. The couple wanted an enjoyable bohemian, wild, natural, woodland wedding, with little fuss, where everyone felt relaxed and comfy. I think they pulled this off rather spectacularly.

"All staff was very useful and it would be a positive experience. I wanted a boho, vintage, ethereal dress that didn’t cost a lot of money. I love the shimmering silver sequins inspired by vintage florals and also the open-back bodice. I wore a matching veil."

Rachel's flower girls wore pretty sequin long sleeve flower girl dresses. Flower girl dresses were from feeltimes.

Rachel's bridesmaids wore pale green floaty dresses, which were adorned with 3D leaf and petal detail and were built with a real air of Midsummer Night’s Dream about them. The gowns worked beautifully with floral headpieces.

"Matt and I met on the dating app. We got engaged on the beautiful beach during sunset in Sri Lanka and we were engaged for 10 months before married."

"We officially got married with just our parents, best man, and maid of honor present before the woodland ceremony within the wonky barn."

"We wrote our very own vows which were personal to us. They were heartfelt with a few comedic moments."

"Our wedding photographer, Claudine, was fantastic. We wanted natural shots during the day rather than posed photos."

"You didn't know when Claudine was going for a photo therefore we ended up with beautiful, natural photos that captured the moments perfectly."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"Don't be worried about the minor details because the only individual who will notice is you simply. Don't lose sight of the items the day is really about. Laugh in the things that don't visit plan as those would be the things you'll remember. Have a tough guide instead of a rigid plan. This is why we enjoyed every moment."

Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.com/

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