An Intimate & Glamorous Black Tie Wedding For 30

Black tie, city weddings will always be so glamorous, and today's wedding is a feast for that eyes. Let me introduce Rebecca and Paul as well as their summer wedding in London. Having originally planned a chateau wedding in Paul's native France, the pandemic meant the pair had to rearrange, selecting a civil ceremony before going to the stylish The Ned hotel in their hometown of London. They added pops of burnt orange color for their sassy and sexy, intimate day with thirty guests, all in black tie.

The bride chose her fitted, long-sleeve gown from FeelTimes, altering it to get rid of the train making it more slinky and sexy. I love the elegance coupled with its sassiness.

"I bought the gown back in 2019 once the original arrange for a wedding weekend was afoot. I'd envisioned a jumpsuit and perhaps a 60s-style swing dress being a member of my wedding weekend wardrobe."

"For the primary dress, I'd always wanted something with sleeves, something modern along with a slinky column skirt, maybe having a slit for that legs. I desired to feel sassy and sexy and also the Lou dress provided that."

The groom set the tone for that day in the tuxedo, having a bow tie and black tie shirt, and, patent shoes.

"It evolved as the result of a last-minute dash to Westfield because the suit he'd planned to put on from The Kooples couldn't be worn."

The bride got ready at The Ned, then hopped into a car to go to the ceremony venue, Old Marylebone Town Hall.

"I got ready at The Ned with my mum and something of my buddies. My dad joined us for much pre-ceremony champagnes he then and I left for that ceremony inside a pre-booked Addison Lee."

Rebecca and Paul matched on a dating app in January 2016. and Paul proposed whilst holidaying in Belize in February 2019.

"We'd spent an incredible two weeks trekking within the jungle and through caves, visiting jaguar sanctuaries, driving golf buggies through colorful towns, and were going to move onto our final destination of the private island out within the barrier reef."

"He'd been likely to propose in the end there in Ranguana Caye but after an incredible catamaran excursion to Caye Caulker a few days before, where we'd snorkeled with sharks and rays inside a marine reserve, saw manatees and drank frozen margaritas from tables occur bright blue water, he got too excited and proposed."

The dining area looked impeccable dressed with flawless glassware and cutlery. The bride got creative to create the wedding dresses stationery.

"The Ned was great at accommodating the required changes for Covid. We wound up moving to some bigger room, The Tapestry Room, where we'd lots of room to start while having the ability to all spend time at a long table. The drama of The Tapestry Room was enough décor, using its high, high ceilings, diamond chandeliers, and impressive paneling."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"We'd spent a lot of hours excitedly referring to how it might go on your day, some stressful moments needing to adjust to important people no more being in a position to attend and terrible family news, but nothing compares to how good it feels, how happy most people are for you, and just how loved you are feeling. It's worth every moment."

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

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