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Tea is one of those truly English things (well, since about the 1660′s at least!) and everyone likes it their own particular way. A little splash of milk for some, a gallon for others. Stewed for two hours, or just graced with the bag for a most fleeting infusion.
Once as a student I stuck a hefty great slug of Gordon’s gin into an Earl Grey as there wasn’t a more suitable mixer to hand, I really don’t advise that one – and my house mate Gordon was livid when he found out I’d been in his cupboard!
Anyway, I digress. My point is simply that tea is a very individual thing.
Today I present to you an insight into how Jemma and David Bronnert made their wedding as individual as (yet much more successful than) a piping hot gin based cocktail. Photography is by Victoria Phipps. Enjoy!
A Splash Of Vintage Tea
We wanted a relaxed wedding that had a vintage tea cup theme. We did not want many of the traditional formalities such as a top table or greeting line up, but still wanted that special feeling on the day. We also wanted to do many of the things ourselves to give it that personal touch so the majority of decorations were made by myself and family. We choose this style as we did not want everything to match as weddings sometimes do, with just one colour running through everything. My idea was to have things that didn’t quite match to give it that vintage feel.… View the full post.