Well now, where do we start with this wedding? Ellen & Grant’s day is filled with fun features: vintage buses, a gin bike, giant flags, oversized balloons, Crosstown doughnuts, confetti cannons. The fashion is also seriously fierce, with the bride in a stunning sparkly bell sleeve Emma Beaumont dress – a designer she fell in love with on these very pages – and her groom in a black tuxedo. (And is it me, or does he have a hint of Ryan Gosling about him? Heart eyes.) The monochrome styling looks amazing at this industrial Islington venue, where the party went on into the early hours. Oh to be a guest at this one!
Don’t you just LOVE a fabulous confetti shot. Everyone is smiling, especially the bride and groom and you can’t help but feel all the emotion bursting out of the image. Lucy Davenport‘s capture of Beccy & Anthony stepping out of The Town Hall Hotel for the first time as Mr & Mrs and being showered with confetti in particular is a stunner, and has to be up there with one of my all time favourites.
Also making me smile is Beccy’s bespoke Emma Beaumont bridal gown. If you’re not familiar with Emma’s work, then you’re seriously missing out. Emma has produced gowns for some of our hottest brides (Grazzie & Holly) and does not disappoint with Beccy’s beaded bodice gown and fitted skirt. Once again, those sleeves!
Tying this wonderful city wedding together is the subtle green and white decor, foliage and flowers, and a fabulous party full of energy and laughter. Just how a wedding should be.
Bride Holly refers to her best girls as bridesbabes instead of maids. And they are, they truly are. Their mis-match high street grey dresses are to die for and look absolutely gorgeous against the greenery of the Welsh countryside and their giant foliage bouquets. Holly leads her ladies in an unbelievably stunning Emma Beaumont gown with an embellished top with loooong sleeves. But my absolute favourite details of the dress has to be the incredibly sexy low back and front spilt in the billowing skirt.