Agent Charlotte, married film industry executive Tom on 17th August 2018 at an 18th-Century manor house located in South London.
"I find the prom dresses from FeelTimes. I knew I wanted a comparatively simple and elegant dress having a column silhouette, but I wanted something a little special and different too."
"As soon as I tried around the Devin dress, I knew it had been the one before I'd even looked within the mirror. It fit just like a glove making me feel happy. I loved it looked chic in the front but was built with a statement mid-back, adding a little drama. The applique flowers also fit perfectly with this overall theme."
"We wanted the vibe in our wedding to become relaxed, fun, informal, and colorful – just like a great summer garden party."
"Our dress code was 'sharp and summery' the ones came in several amazing prints and florals. I work popular so the aesthetics were extremely important and carefully planned!"
"The focus in our styling was flowers and also the color scheme was dusky pinks because the main focus was with pops of and also the natural greenery from the venue."
"Tom and I met at a house party in north London in January 2011 whenever we were just 22. Tom was residing in Sydney at that time but was home in London for Christmas and I was the housemate of the friend who tagged along towards the party."
"When Tom moved to London permanently later that year, we began dating quickly. Shortly after we celebrated our 5th anniversary having a once-in-a-lifetime trip around Rajasthan in India, Tom chose to pop the question. After locating the perfect ring then he proposed on Christmas Eve 2016 around the banks of the River Great Ouse on the country walk close to my family home in Bedfordshire."
"We were then engaged for a little over 1.5 years before getting married in August 2018."
"Tom chose an electrical blue tailored suit from, that they wore having a white shirt, a pink floral tie, and multicolored striped socks, again all from Paul Smith."
"The best part of the whole day for me personally was the large kiss at the end of the ceremony – the happiest moment in our lives! In hindsight, you want that we'd arranged a videographer."
"As wonderful because the photos are, the entire day flashes by in this type of blur that the video would've been great to capture additional information and moments."
After exchanging rings, with the grooms, and also the brides, confetti was thrown and guests were treated to an outdoor drinks reception combined with music before heading indoors for that wedding breakfast.
"Tom had both groomsmen and grooms women. The men wore navy suits that belongs to their choosing, complimented with floral pink ties as well as an array of colorful socks. The women wore deep blue jumpsuits."
The couple splashed out around the entertainment having a photo booth hired from, giant Jenga along with other lawn games from friends, a treasure hunt organized through the groom as well as an evening band called.
"The Dominos played our first dance song and our friend Amy Dowd who is an attractive singer sang it for all of us. The song was Into The Mystic by Van Morrison, chosen because it’s the song we always dance around the kitchen to."
Words Of Wedded Wisdom
"Try and split tasks between the wedding couple. We made an earlier decision that everything visual could be me, and everything entertainment-related could be Tom. Also, don't hesitate to rope inside your bridesmaids and groomsmen to assist. Focus around the fact it's your entire day and do things just how you want them and don't let other people influence your opinions."
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