A Modern Seaside Wedding in Whitstable, Kent

On 4 November 2018 and David married within the seaside location of, Whitstable, Kent. The pair are originally from Kent so going back to the seaside would be a natural choice, and East Quay offered the relaxed venue they wanted for their ceremony and reception. The vision was a 'secret garden', a method they made out of lots of wild foliage, magnificent, winter flowers in rich jewel tones of red, orange, and green, and stylish tapered candles.

"I knew I wanted lace and long sleeves for my dress."

Leila's florist, Helen, come up with a delicate floral crown in tones of red and orange with berries and foliage, that the bride wore across her forehead.

To suit the wintertime season as well as for extra chic, Leila selected gold boots, worn with electric blue socks on her 'something blue.

"The gold opted for the autumnal tones I wanted for that wedding with cute tassels around the sides they'd just the right quantity of hippy vibe I desired to."

I adore these photographs of Leila and her father walking across the seafront towards the ceremony in the November sunshine. Emma has this kind of eye for natural, informal shots, in addition to capturing the wintertime seaside atmosphere to perfection.

"I loved preparing at a nearby Airbnb after which walking on the venue with my buddies, sisters, and my father. Luckily the elements were sunny therefore it made for some great photos around the seafront."

David looked immaculate in the suit inside a light grey, worn having a shirt, shoes along with a warm Liberty print tie.

"We met in school when I was 16 and also got together a few years later. We've been together for over eleven years now and David proposed whilst I was on holiday in June 2017 around the balcony in our hotel in Lake Como. We were engaged for 1.5 years before tying the knot."

The couple exchanged rings from in Hatton Garden, where David had bought Leila's diamond engagement ring.

"After the ceremony, David and I walked on the aisle to 'Heroes' by David Bowie, also performed by Astley Strings. The photoshoot around the beach is much fun. I didn't care that my dress was getting covered in seawater because I was just getting the best time."

The meal was interspersed with speeches, one of the couple's favorite parts of the day.

"I loved all of the speeches and I was happy to become able to buck tradition and provide my mum and finest friends an opportunity to speak, in addition to doing my very own speech! My mum read the poem 'Wedding Day' by Abigail Burdess included in her speech.”

“We passed in a couple of traditions making up some traditions on our own but we did cut the wedding cake as a couple, which in hindsight I would have skipped because it felt a little weird and staged.”

Music for that evening reception originated from before and kept the party going late towards the night.

"Our first dance ended up being to 'Bros' by Wolf Alice because we're close friends and it's an enjoyable song."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"It can be very stressful attempting to cater to everyone's tastes and attempting to second-guess what family and friends want. The only thing you will need to think about is that which you both want from your day and don't be worried about anyone else. It's your wedding dresses reception after all and what matters is you have it how you want. And ultimately no one will mind if things aren't because they expected or even the way they'd do them – everyone will embrace your day anyway because they’re there to celebrate both of you."

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

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