A Festival Wedding for any Boho Bride
Kate is an Office Manager, and Elliot is a Senior Art Director, plus they were married around 15 June 2019, near Godalming in Surrey. Event coordination, such as the hire of the stretch tent, loos, lighting, a bar, dancefloor, and generator came thanks to the team.
Kate's dress, using its fluttering sleeves and godet skirt was simple, elegant perfection, and she or he found it on.
"The fit and feel were great, and despite it being a significant budget dress, it had been well made and felt very special in my experience. My brother's mother-in-law, Susie, does alterations and agreed to make the changes I wanted. Initially, the neckline was high, and I wanted it to be more plunging."
Kate wore an attractive collection of new, borrowed, and heirloom accessories during the day. There were gold hoop earrings with pearl drops, diamond studs borrowed from her mum, along with a bracelet she's worn every single day for fifteen years, that was a gift from her aunt.
The gents' outfits were summer perfection, with Elliot inside a pale, blush pink suit, having a custom-made waistcoat and shirt produced by, that is Elliot's mum's label, no less!
The groomsmen and bridesmaid dresses wore complementary outfits in ice-cream shades of cream and pale blue, with linen mix jackets, chinos, shirts, and canvas pumps.
"Elliot and I met at the office. We both worked for a film company in London. He would be a designer, and I would be a receptionist. We always got on well as friends, after which things developed! We spent 6. and five years living together, got two dogs together, coupled with many a journey. Then one day when I was out walking the dogs, Elliot dropped recorded on one knee! We set our date for the wedding about a year as we got engaged."
"I had quite a picture in my mind of how I wanted everything to appear, which I wanted the styling to become eclectic and unique to us. We both love festivals, and I particularly love being outside, so I pushed to have an outdoor wedding from the beginning!"
"We knew we wanted something slightly different, without any set color pallette or anything too formal."
As the sun's rays set, the fire bowl was lit, and festoon lights glowed around the party tent. Inside, there is live music, and after 11 pm, when amplified music is required to stop, provides an excellent silent disco to help keep the party going.
"The only thing both of us said we'd have changed ended up being to stay longer! There was a choice to camp within our field, and whoever was camping could party on. If money has been no object, we'd have hired in certain bell tents and allowed the party continues all night."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"Do not stress. You've worked so difficultly on everything, this very day is for you and your spouse to enjoy."
"Don't waste your planning time on worrying either, everything is going to be perfectly imperfect! I am anxious about everything; walking on the aisle, saying the vows, the speeches, the very first dance, the elements, but around the day you are going to be beaming from ear to ear, and you are going to be so overwhelmed through the love and from your guests there is going to be no room for worry."
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