As De La Soul once rapped three is the magic number, and we think we mentioned the fact that there was a third party to be introduced, so you get to see the two other important men in Charlotte’s wedding day. The groom, André and their son Zephan. So for this part of proceedings we are going to hand you over to Charlotte:
The style for their wedding day was Vintage Glamour – Charlotte said “We definitely didn’t start out having a theme in mind as that’s not really our style but somehow everything we chose seemed to fit and ended up feeling very vintage and glamorous”
“My dress was from Pronovias and I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it, it was the only one I tried on! I loved the beaded detail all over the dress, and the delicate cap sleeves, it looked like something from the 1920’s. I always knew I wanted a headdress, and I found the perfect vintage style one from designer Jo Barnes, my headdress was called Zelda and it made my whole outfit, I completely adored it. I wore my hair down in a vintage wave, and topped off the look with a deep red lipstick and Bordeaux red nail varnish. My bouquet was all blush peonies tied with lace. For my jewellery I wore my mum’s vintage diamond drop earrings and two pearl cuff bracelets on each arm. “
Our first dance was to Jackie Wilson – Someone to Love. This song is special to both of us and André chose it because he loved the lyrics, it is a real old classic romantic love song.See Some More Post a comment (12)
Retro//spective : Lily and Frank // September 2011
The Couple: Liz & Mark
Location! Location! Location!: Thame Barn Centre
We were multiplexing: One Day
We were listening to: Cole World: The Sideline Story // J. Cole
The photographic glory goes to: Lily and Frank
We gave you a sneak peek of the lovely Lucy and Gareth yesterday, but we swear to almighty Gosh that there is too much, way too much of the good stuff for a single post so like Wimbledon, we are going to give you doubles so this is a half today and half tomorrow affair.
Get yourselves ready and prepare to live vicariously through some amazing photography from Daffodil Waves, and the best part of all is that you don’t have to buy a dress or a pressie to attend. Lucy and Gareth have a pub, so for that reason alone we love them! Then chuck in the cake with SPACE INVADERS! Supremely well attired wedding boys and a TEEPEE! It’s less knock us down with a feather, and more like being rendered immobile! A-M-A-Z-E! (If they are willing to have a third wheel in the marriage! Well, we’ll marry them ourselves!
Apart from that they also have one of the most delightful, gorgeous, sweetest weddings that we ever did see. So let part 1.0 of the shutter candy begin, we can’t wait to show you the rest tomorrow!See Some More Post a comment (4)