BUDGET £20 – 22.5K
An elegant black-tie wedding in East London with black bridesmaid dresses, a gorgeous pair of velvet slingback heels and the most breathtaking floral bouquets. Every detail of this autumnal wedding has been carefully thought through and looks so effortless and timeless, from the monochrome peg board wedding signs to the simply decorated buttercream wedding cake. A relaxed city wedding at the Town Hall Hotel styled to suit the city location and the season, all in all, a relaxed and elegant day.
Chances are your hunt for wedding shoes is going to fall into one of two camps. You’re either a self-professed shoe lover and see your chosen footwear as an integral part of your wedding day style and overall enjoyment. Or, you haven’t given a whole heap of thought to your wedding day shoes but you know it’s likely you’ll want to wear some, so you had better decide what they are. Regardless of which side you fall on (or even bang in the middle somewhere like me), there are tons of styles you can choose from (we’ve listed them at the bottom of this post – everything from white satin to boots and beyond). But before you go shopping, avoid any mishaps by reading our tips for choosing the perfect pair.
Recommended supplier Jenna from Wonderland Invites sure knows how to organise a shoot. Together with Elena Popa they have brought to life some amazing industrial boho wedding inspiration at The Winding House venue in Dover. Formerly a Victorian coal mining building, it’s high ceilings and ornate windows lend its self well to the beautiful boho wedding styling. The decor includes an incredible pampas grass installation, ink wells filled with dried flowers and taper candles, plus Jenna’s stunning stationery designs. Taking centre stage amongst it all is the brides oyster satin wedding dress and the grooms wool suit.