Beth is such a beautiful pregnant bride. She was 16 weeks pregnant when she got married to TC at their intimate town hall wedding. She said it felt extra special to have their little rainbow baby growing between them as they stood at the altar and exchanged their vows.

Pregnant bride in a sequin ASOS wedding dress for an intimate micro wedding at Old Marylebone Town Hall.

Our day was incredibly intimate, with only four guests present. It was incredibly relaxed and there wasn't an ounce of stress involved in the planning or the day itself. Aside from continually adapting to the changing government restrictions. We didn't feel we had to compromise on anything and could focus almost exclusively on each other.

Beth & TC


We didn't have a theme. The day was relaxed, modern and minimalist whilst retaining a little bit of glam! I chose dried flowers as I love the look and wanted them to be a special keepsake. We chose warm rusts and dusky pink tones in the bouquet and my husband's accessories as a nod to the autumn season.


We wrote our own vows separately. Hearing them for the first time was such a special moment. It felt like we were the only two in the room and felt like a moment of such accomplishment in our relationship. That evening we stayed in a nice hotel, drank champagne (one glass for the pregnant bride) whilst relaxing in a jacuzzi bath on our balcony overlooking the London skyline, and listening to our wedding playlist.

Having lost her Nan in April 2020, it felt extra special to wear her necklace on her wedding day that she'd worn 56 years previously.

Let go of the need to please everyone and the pressure to do anything because it's the 'done' thing. Consider ALL your options. Don't rush into Pinterest boards and the pressure to book quickly. We were initially planning a £25K+ wedding for 100 people for 2 years time...We had a sub £3K wedding (not including rings) for 4 planned within 5 months of getting engaged. And, it was honestly so perfect.

Beth & TC

Although Beth was a pregnant bride, she didn't opt for a maternity wedding dress. Instead, she chose a dress from the high street and had it altered to fit her growing bump. She looks every bit as dazzling as those sequins.

Lorna Shaw

Written by Lorna Shaw

Photographer: Victoria Somerset-How Photography | Venue: Old Marylebone Town Hall | Florist: Emma Hewlett Floral Design | Food: The Orrery restaurant, Marylebone | Hair Stylist: Lisa at Whiteman Soho | Makeup: Keeley Wilson | Wedding Dress: ASOS | Suit: Suit Supply | Shirt: Ted Baker | Tie/Pocket Square: Reiss | Dune: Shoes | Jimmy Choo: Bridal Shoes

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