Well, well, well. Brides in jumpsuits? You’ve come to the right place. Sarah & Tash are absolutely bossing this badass look, and we’re seriously here for it. After delaying their wedding three times, this beautiful day was all about feeling the love and being happy. Their ceremony was written by themselves, and officiated by friends. Sarah’s mother also created both her jumpsuit and train, as well as her veil (amazing!) All decorations were homemade and showcased at the beautiful Cripps Barn, one of our stunning Recommended Suppliers venues. Stylish, rustic, and full of smiles - what more could you want?
Brides in jumpsuits for rustic and stylish wedding
Make the most of every second of planning. Every task you have, make it a thing! Make it a boozy brunch or a fancy lunch.
Fun, happiness and love. We just wanted everyone to have the best time, be happy and feel the love! After the date was delayed three times, we had the time to think about what we really wanted. We just wanted our day to be super special and personal to us, so we changed the ceremony to humanist and wrote it ourselves. We moved it back to have more time getting ready, all food was vegetarian, and we cut the guest list so it was truly our closest loved ones.
Seeing each other. We stayed separately the night before and only saw each other when we met half way down the aisle. Our Fathers walked us the first half, we met in the middle, and walked the final half of the aisle together. We also didn’t know what either of us would be wearing until we met!
A moment to appreciate a bridal cape and jumpsuit combo? That is all.
The archaic definition of weird means connected to fate. The Scottish definition of weird means a person’s destiny. What better word to describe Sarah and Tash’s journey here today. So, here I share a short verse of the couple’s choice: We are all a little weird and life’s a little weird.
And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness, and call it love!