A Wedding at Queens House, Greenwich

A stylish affair in a beautiful historic house in Greenwich, South London, and also the wedding celebration of a couple who are familiar to plenty of you, I'm sure. This is the marriage of Liv and Joe, the charming and delightful and her love, a photographer. They were married on 25 May 2019 in Greenwich.

"When I saw my dress hanging up within the shop, I didn't for any second assume it might be my wedding gown. It was something I kept going to and in the end, before we finished, I insisted on giving it a go on because I didn’t wish to leave without fitting that true ballerina dress which was hanging up."

"I might have never imagined going for any pink dress, but I will be aware of things I like and what I'm attracted to, and I used it on because it had been possibly the most amazing one within the shop, and I couldn't leave without just a little parade around inside it."

Loved ones gathered within the graceful, neo-classical surroundings of Queen's House and also the Old Naval College in Greenwich, as Liv and her dad made their way inside a funky vintage Citroen 2CV.

The lovely bridesmaid dresses wore a variety of elegant, era-inspired dresses in pale ivory which were an ideal foil to Liv's pink dress.

Joe wore a marvelous double-breasted suit and pale blue shirt (with matching pocket square), together with brown shoes.

This beautiful venue is in Greenwich, with a fascinating history mounted on it.

Liv and Joe decided to hold their ceremony within the galleried Great Hall from the Queen's House, using its marble geometric floor, huge picture windows, and soaring, gold leaf ceiling, and Liv was accompanied on the aisle by her dad.

Whilst drinks and canapés were enjoyed outside, the Great Hall of Queen's House was transformed for that wedding meal, and I just can't get an adequate amount of that spectacular monochrome floor with dining tables set for dinner, full of clustered posies of colorful flowers.

"Finally, it had been time to go downstairs for that evening and dance. Underneath the venue may be the undercroft, also it extends into three sections (where we'd the bar, some sofas and seating, and our favorite area – a stage with prom style 'Just Married' sign along with a disco ball)."

"We wanted it to seem like an old-school retro disco, also it couldn't happen to be more perfect. Because the dancefloor and area was quite a romantic space, it meant the ground was always filled, the ones were always singing, that is all we wanted."

"Joe and I shared an enchanting (and slightly nerve-wracking) first dance, my bridesmaids and I naturally performed our Spice Girls routine, and we ended the evening with Caravan of Love and Hey Jude, and I'd give anything to get it done all once again."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"Don't sweat the little stuff and revel in it. The planning process is meant to become (largely) enjoyable, if you can, delegate, be aware of things on the surface of your wish list and try not to become too reliant on what you see others having. Everything is an inspiration, although not everything has to become at the wedding."

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

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