How We Chose Our Suppliers
We didn’t have a wedding planner, but were lucky enough to have the most helpful events coordinator from Brody Studios work with us, Zsuzsi Simό. She was so helpful speaking to our suppliers to make sure the day ran smoothly. We wanted to use local suppliers where we could and found our photographer, Fanni Jágity, via Instagram, and she was the first supplier we booked after the venue. As soon as we saw her photos online we knew it was the exact style we wanted. Both our florist Frida and cake maker Alexandra were also discovered via Instagram, and it was by sheer luck – Googling in Hungarian! – that I came across our celebrant, Andrea, from Your Story Ceremony.
Budapest WeddingSophie & Lee knew they wanted a city wedding but were torn between London, where they live, and Budapest, their favourite European city. As fate would have it, after getting engaged, they came across an image of Brody Studios on Instagram, and were amazed to find that the picture-perfect venue was in Budapest. Decision made. Guests must have been so excited to join the couple - on their tenth anniversary since meeting - at this eclectic venue with its rustic graffiti walls, bohemian architecture and festoon lights. Little wonder they partied until 4am on their wedding day!
Advice For Brides-to-be
Give yourself time to plan and go with your gut instinct. We allowed 1.5 years from getting engaged to the actual day, which was enough time to research and plan without too much stress. We also forged great relationships with each of our suppliers, which was another hugely important thing for us, especially planning from abroad. Even now, months after the wedding, I still speak with our photographer, florist and celebrant. Lastly, enjoy the planning – and the day! It’s such a special time and, believe me, afterwards you hit a huge lull so enjoy every moment.