Thursday, March 24, 2022

GEORGIA & JACK: REAL BRIDE STORY

Our wedding dresses was at Boconnoc House and Country Estate in Lostwithiel, Cornwall. It is a beautiful restored stately home within the countryside where you stand surrounded by deer and pheasants – it feels as though something from a fairytale! We got married in Boconnoc Church which is 800 years of age and sits inside the grounds from the venue. We hired the venue just for the whole weekend that was just perfect as our closest family and friends could stay within the cottages and join us for any pizza party by Kernow Forno Pizza the evening before – an effective way for everyone to get to know one another before the special day.

I wore a FeelTimes dress. I bought it from the wedding dress shop online at feeltimes.com. The wedding gown shopping experience was just how I had imagined it is. It was just my mother and I and I should have tried on a minimum of 15 different dresses in various styles. The dress I wound up choosing I loved the moment I use it. The detailing around the front, the vintage lace, and the fitted design were beautiful, my mum also cried! I tried on the cathedral-length veil with simple scalloped edging and instantly felt just like a bride. The veil from the long train from the dress just finished them back perfectly. I wore a delicate diamante headpiece that sat underneath the veil and matched the detailing from the dress.

As the venue is stunning by itself, we wanted a palette to go with this. We chose soft pinks, light grey, and greenery with touches of gold, rose gold, and copper. Our florist made a beautiful flower arch away from the church full of roses and hydrangeas in soft pinks and white. We chose gold beaded charger plates along with a selection of vintage brass candles with soft pink and grey candlesticks. These were hired from Anthology Vintage Hire and Keeping It Vintage. The color palette was consistent throughout every aspect from the wedding in the invitations towards the cake with edible gold. We did possess a shark theme run during the day as our table names were illustrations from the different sharks we now have dived with.

Our best to buy was our string quartet, called Saffron String Quartet. They set the mood within the church, playing a choice of songs whilst everybody was waiting for that ceremony to start to build the thrill. Let's choose a choice of our favorite songs to make the ceremony much more personal. We would say music is really important towards the day as deciding on the best songs is essential to setting the atmosphere.

I would recommend purchasing items as soon as you can and carrying out a lot of research online to discover the best prices. We got a large number of our items from Etsy and eBay for example garden games, tags for favors, table name holders, etc. And we made the decision the marriage was going to be our focus for that year, therefore we ate out much less which designed a huge difference. I recommend talking with your chosen venue too for any recommended listing of suppliers looking for items locally. You can find lots in charity and antique shops that is where we've got most of our candlesticks. We also decided to spend more money on good wine, but less money around the spirit mixers.

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

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