Erm, does anyone else think Georgia and Tom look like they belong in an old Hollywood movie?! Glad it's not just me then! Georgia's vintage wedding hair is pure fire as is her off the shoulder wedding dress. But I suppose when you work for Pretty Little Things you have all the inside style knowledge. This didn't stop Georgia from learning a new skill and creating the acrylic wedding sign and table signs. The personalisation of this micro wedding continued with a romantic exchange of vows at the top of Clitheroe Castle during sunset and culminated in a good old game of Mr & Mrs! Luckily, Recommended supplier, Louise Griffin Photography was on hand to capture all the romance and fun.

Stylish bride with vintage wedding hair and gown for an intimate wedding in a brewery with festoon lights, dried flowers and DIY stationery.

Being able to get married made our day unique. It was not the day we had originally planned but it was perfect in every way. We managed to keep our original date, which we know not many couples have been lucky to do so. We knew all that mattered was to let love win, out of all the lows of the year this was the biggest high.

Georgia & Tom


The venue is so perfect on its own without any huge distractions to the amazing textured walls, exposed pipework and beams. Having to downsize our wedding significantly left more room in our budget for flowers. We gave our florist free reign, with one request of incorporating cotton and natural dried textures into the arrangements. It was important for us to celebrate the history of Holmes Mill as an old textile mill since I am a clothing designer and we are both huge lovers of beer which the venue now hosts its own brewery.


Being alone with just the photographer and videographer reading our vows to each other at the top of Clitheroe castle was such a special moment. The covid secure ceremony restrictions meant we couldn’t read our own vows to each other during our civil ceremony, But as we aren’t a very traditional couple, we always knew we wanted to do our own vows, it was so much more personal to us and really meant a lot to us to take a moment together in the day to read them just the two of us.

Georgia took an online calligraphy course and created all the wedding stationery herself. Partly to save money, but also to learn a new talent.

Just remember what the day is about and never lose sight of that. You will get a lot of opinions from family and friends but always remember it’s about the two of you and how you see your day. You will always want your day to be perfect and can get lost in the details but looking back on the day all that mattered was two people who fell in love got married.

Georgia & Tom

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Lorna Shaw

Written by Lorna Shaw

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Photographer: Louise Griffin Photography | Videographer: Everwood Films | Venue: Holmes Mill | Florist: Sam Williams Flowers | Cake: Sugar Fancies | Wedding Dress: Enzoani | Bridal Boutique : Liverpool Bridal Boutique | Hairpiece: Eden B Studio | Necklace: Lily & Roo | Bridal Shoes: ASOS | Hair & Makeup: Bethany Jane Davies | Grooms Suit: Marc Darcy | Grooms Shoes: Dr Martens | Favours: Dogs Trust Pin Badges

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