If you're looking for a dose of color today, then stay where you stand and prepare to become dazzled! Meet George, who works in film, and Michael who works in theatre. They were married on 7 October 2017 at Islington in North London, before getting to the event in the small hours of the morning.
George wore an attractive 1940s-style tea wedding dresses inside a delicate oyster pink shade. I also love the tulle illusion cutaway in the waistline, too – George looked incredible.
"I'd seen it online and merely loved the silhouette and vintage feel. I kept coming back to it also it was the first I tried on. It also felt very 'me' and extremely suited to our city wedding and plans during the day. I could eat, drink and dance through the night in it!"
Michael wore a deep blue suit from having a white shirt and bright pink tie.
"Michael's mum made the pocket squares for that groomsmen and groom, that have been lovely."
George made her very own bouquet using silk flowers in vibrant jewel colors – rich reds and purples and deep pinks.
"It was one of the most fun things I did within the lead-up. I bought lots of flowers in our colors and watched a YouTube tutorial for ideas! I am pleased using the results also it now sits proudly on our bookcase."
"I loved Michael's reaction to the 'surprise song' I arranged at the end of our ceremony. A friend sang and played 'Can't Help Falling In Love With You' around the Ukulele and also the congregation had song sheets to participate. This is his favorite song (as well as his football team's song!) and he'd desired to include it, but I'd said no. Little did he know!"
On hand to capture all of the bold color and joy from the day was, also it's great to become able to share her lovely use with you all for that first time here.
"Amy-Rose was amazing; she fitted in immediately and extremely got to one's heart of our day. I'd say she captured the essence of it naturally and spontaneously. We have a lot of fantastic shots of people and our guests using a total blast and she or he captured a lot of special 'moments' that people have missed otherwise."
"Many of our guests thought she was one of our friends and we're still in contact today. I'd recommend her to everyone…Amy-Rose seemed to be flexible and adapted completely to the needs. She answered all of our questions and was responsive both within the lead-up and around the day."
"I think the photos speak on their own! When she described our day like a 'romantic riot' I think she first got it to spot on and took the photos to complement."
After drinks and snacks, it had been time to take a seat for a pie and mash feast, and George and Michael had taken time before the wedding to taste and select the flavors they desired to serve.
After dinner, cake and speeches it had been time to go over to the evening party venue, the in Islington. George and Michael chose Yazoo's Only You for or her first dance together, which was then interrupted halfway through by their live band playing Crazy In Love!
"For anyone considering it – live music is the very best! I can't imagine lacking them now. They even rehearsed a unique surprise song that Michael performed. It would be a brilliant moment! This was then a DJ late into the night."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"Do something personal which represents both individuals and enjoy it! It'll be over before very long. If you have willing family and friends – don't hesitate to ask for their help! People love being involved also it makes this type of difference."
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