Who doesn't love knitwear?! And more importantly a bridal cardigan? Weez's delicate cardigan features a pattern down the sleeves and not only looks incredible but also kept her warm during her October micro wedding. She completes her look with a blue bow and shoes and strolls around London with her new husband and, recommended suppliers, Taylor-Hughes Photography to cheers from onlookers. Love wins!
Bride in a bridal cardigan with a blue bow for a micro wedding at Chelsea Town Hall.
Our wedding day was the biggest TGIF days of our lives! Calum and I organised everything in 10 days having brought our 4th attempt forward by a week. It involved all 13 or our guests, who kindly arranged flowers in the registry office, set up a Zoom for family members who couldn't be there and made a surprise wedding cake. It was so joyful and we're so grateful.
The vibe of the day was a celebration of love conquering all. This being our 4th attempt at getting married this year, the feeling was very much, finally, it's here! It's nothing like the big wedding we had originally planned in Ireland (which is now postponed until 2022). Personally, we knew we just wanted to be married, but the day turned out to be more magical than we could have dreamed. Having chosen not to wear our original wedding outfits, we opted for city chic vibe instead, with an elegant bridal cardigan and ruby lips, and a green Herringbone suit.
One of the best moments was walking out onto the steps of Chelsea Old Town Hall when our guests cheered and threw confetti. Being congratulated by our guests and hearing cheers and horns beeping from everyone walking or driving by was electric. Our walk after our ceremony with our photographers, Taylor-Hughes was so intimate and fun. Calum and I were so happy to finally get married, the whole day from start to finish was magic.
Whenever Weez wears her bridal cardigan she will always be reminded of her special day.
Choose what you like for the day, and just go with it, everyone will love it because everyone at your wedding loves you. Also, get a wedding notebook and make lists, lots of lits. Think of the day in stages and write everything down you need to book, buy or make.
If you're getting married during the cooler months and want to keep the chill off with a bridal cardigan, jacket or cape. We've rounded up some of our favourite bridal coverups to inspire you.