Uhhm, this intimate London wedding is giving us style upon style, upon MORE style. How chic?! We are obsessed. Becci & George reimagined their entire day; from a Devon beach wedding with 100 guests, to a City Town Hall with 30 people. But honestly though, we’re certain it couldn’t get any better. From champagne in Regents Park, to Mortimer House for pasta and ice cream. Oh, and can we take a minute to appreciate Becci’s last minute outfit change… Holy heck. Becci… *flame emoji*.
Intimate London wedding with last minute outfit change and city photos
As weddings become smaller and more intimate due to the mandatory restrictions, we found it’s really important to choose a venue or area that suits your party size to avoid the feeling of your guests ‘rattling’ about in a big open space and potentially killing the atmosphere.
Due to having only 2 weeks to plan, we went with simplicity! It enabled us to reassess what we really wanted, and go for a classic, clean minimal look - white flowers, gold coasters (from Ikea) with printed names. Our florist worked her magic on my dream bouquet of long stem white roses and matched the table flowers. We had tea light candles, a few polaroid pictures and the beautiful architecture of the venues spoke for itself. Everything was stripped back and it worked perfectly. It was totally simple, intimate and relaxed.
The ceremony. It beat any expectations we had ever had about getting married. 4 days before we didn't even know if my Mum could walk me down the aisle due to the restrictions, but everything fell into place. Having 30 people in a room to witness your marriage is intimate and special. It crystallised the fact that above everything else, nothing else mattered apart from making that promise to your person. Old Marylebone Town Hall is such a beautifully historic venue and being able to get married in the Westminster Room was a dream.
We’d also like everyone to check out Becci’s blue Aquazurra pumps… We love.
I made a very last minute decision 'outfit change'! I really wanted to wear my dress no matter what, but I had already bought a suit for the 'legal' part at Marylebone Town Hall. Now that, that part was going to be our main wedding day, I still wanted to wear the suit so I quickly changed after our first dance and I loved it!
If this intimate London wedding is everything you have ever dreamed of, then we’ve got inspiration by the bucket load! Take a look at this Chelsea Town Hall wedding, complete with all those cosy vibes. Or check out this incredible short dress, for an intimate day complete with some incredible shoes (we may as well keep the gorgeous shoes theme going… right?)