There is something really free spirited and unbelievably joyful about the wedding of Richard and Daisy, I can’t put my finger on it exactly to be truthful so I guess it is a mixture of the couples care free attitude and their ability to pull together such a beautiful Big Day whilst not conforming to trends, ideals or specific traditions…..
Put that easy breezy beauty with some breathtaking photography by Binky Nixon and what do you get?
Some Kind Of Wonderful.
I did my own make-up, I felt more comfortable doing it myself. My hair was put up loosely by my hairdresser Andrew Barnett and I had fresh flowers clipped in.
A Vintage Bow
My shoes were nude coloured simple leather courts from Dune, they had a 3inch heel and vintage bow detailing to the back.
Chandeliers and Silk
For jewellery I wore a pair of chandelier earrings my sisters bought me a while ago for my birthday. I also wore a silk single tier cathedral length veil.
Love In Advance
My dress was bought at Monsoon; it was in the sale and only cost me £60! I bought it at least 6months before Richie even asked me to marry him, because I loved it so much.
Peaches And Tulle
We didn’t have a colour theme which made things easier I think. My bridesmaids chose their dresses, the older four ended up all liking the same dress which was again, in the sale at Monsoon (I’m not a tight arse I promise, it’s what they all wanted!) It had a heavily embellished peach coloured bodice and a floaty grey tulle skirt. The little bridesmaids chose a cream coloured vintage style dress.
Further High Street Chic
The groomsmen hired their outfits from Debenhams, a grey 3-piece. Richie wore his own shirt though, a blue and white floral number from French Connection.
Um, just how flawless is the bride? Just goes to show you don’t need to spend a fortune to look a million dollars.
Come back tomorrow for all the divine reception details and super cute couple shots…. 😉
Big Wonderful Love