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My love for Primark is well documented and inevitably every so often it happens that the outfit I put on consists entirely of Primark purchases.
It's been a while since I mentioned anything to do with the wedding and since everything is pretty much planned now and with just under 6 months to go, I thought I'd give an update. There have been tears (when I panicked we'd been too hasty in booking our venue), wobbles (when I thought I'd found my dream dress then tried another dress on in a completely different style and loved it) and general panic (when I'm lying in bed at night and the huge list of what still has to be done runs through my mind).
I thought pastel sorbet colours would be lovely for a summer wedding so the colour palette is pink and ivory, perfect colours to tie in with the theme. Whether permitting (and I'm trying to prepare myself for the worst case scenario - torrential rain, thunderstorms and strong wind) I want to continue the decoration to outside. As for my bouquet, I adore peonies but sadly I've been told they won't still be flowering at the end of August and imported peonies won't open fully, so they'll be replaced with another fluffy flower.
I'd had my eye on Caldera by Enzoani from the beginning of our engagement but it was only in December when I actually got to try it on after finally locating a bridal shop that stocked it. As I'm already 5'9 and I want to be comfortable on the day, it was a choice between flats or a small kitten heel.
Finding a suitable small kitten heel sounded simple enough, but it took a lot of searching.
I love how long, loose curls give a soft and romantic look so I'm swaying towards this as my hairstyle of choice.
Soft and feminine with a gathered sweetheart bust and one shoulder of ruffled flowers, the dress fits perfectly with our wedding theme.
We've always been a bit disappointed by the 3 course meals we've had at other weddings, so instead, we decided to go for a buffet. I also love the idea of having tea and scones, either before the main meal out on the lawn (if it's sunny) or after as desert.
We thought it would be a lovely addition to the wedding reception and create something more fun and interesting than signing the usual guestbook. We met with a few photographers and viewed various different photo albums which is how we first laid eyes on the Queensberry Album. After the romantic proposal (which can be read here) I jumped straight into planning our wedding and I've absolutely loved it. Planning a wedding can be overwhelming but luckily these moments pass as quickly as they arrive.

Although hotels can be made to look lovely, I think we've been scared off them as a venue due to some ghastly patterned carpet and curtains we've seen over the years! Birdcages hanging from trees, signposts on tree trunks to guide people, fairy lights in the trees and tealights in glass jars lighting the pathway. For that reason, we're having the florist do my bride's bouquet and the flowers for the table centres, but we're considering making the bridesmaids posies ourselves. But we shall see, it may not be worth the added stress!
Despite trying the dress on in a size 16 when I'm a size 8, I loved it as soon as I looked in the mirror. Flat shoes can make me feel a little frumpy and I find it easier to walk in heels and I want to feel elegant on our wedding day so I decided to go with a small kitten heel.
I do also like the look of hair half-up, so I'll experiment with different styles over the next few months.
He'll be wearing a light grey three-piece suit (no tails as it would look far too formal!) with either a cravat or tie in pale pink. We already own quite a few vintage teacups which we've acquired from car boot sales and charity shops and my mum has plenty to offer too so it would be lovely to have them all set out on a table.
I don't think I could bring myself to spend hundreds of pounds on something that is going to be gobbled so quickly! We've bought a few lovely Laura Ashley glass jars in the sale in a variety of sizes for a vintage sweet shop feel and they'll look lovely around the house afterwards.
Guestbook's can often be forgotten or overlooked at weddings but this creates a lovely focal point which will draw guests to it. Although it's pretty lengthy all together, each section is quite brief and there's a fair bit I haven't mentioned such as choosing a videographer, bridal cars, stationary and the many decorative DIY elements we'll be having. Here I share my thoughts on life, motherhood and baby loss - and most recently - our journey as we followed our dreams and moved from the UK to the USA.
Creating moodboards, considering different colour combinations and what kind of feeling and atmosphere we want to create on the day, it's all been magical.
For us, getting married in a Church was the only option, we couldn't imagine doing it anywhere else. We did consider country homes, but again they felt quite generic and impersonal and something wasn't clicking. I adore the soft, romantic ruffles, the length of the train and the touch of sparkle on the bodice.

I'd seen some lovely wedding shoes from highstreet stores on wedding blogs and as they won't be seen on the day and I won't be wearing them again, I didn't want to spend a lot. We've opted for a cold knife and fork buffet and the menu will feature delicious things such as tomato, mozzarella and Parma ham salad, sugar baked glazed ham with peach and fig compote, roasted new potatoes with rosemary and rock salt and goat's cheese, red onion and fig tart. However, I still want it to look pretty so we've decided on a cupcake tower with the top tier being a sponge cake we can cut. They took time to get to know us as a couple and they were so genuinely excited about our wedding day which was something we hadn't experienced with the other photographers. So do let me know if there are any specific wedding posts you'd be interested in reading, I could yak on about weddings forever! Then we found 'the one.' What we discovered was 15 acres of woodland garden, expansive lawns, rose gardens, tonnes of flowers and ornamental ponds. We were undecided about the table centres for a while as we'd seen so many beautiful options, but in the end we opted for a mixture of birdcages and enamel jugs filled with flowers. The back of the dress is simply beautiful and I'm so excited about gliding down the aisle in this magnificent dress!
To stick with the colour scheme all the sweets will be pink, so I'm thinking strawberry bon bons, rhubarb and custards, marshmallows, dolly mixture, coconut ice and lollipops.
Once we'd actually found a photographer who fit the ever growing list of criteria, we then had to hope we liked them. Even better was that it had a long aisle - I won't be one of those brides who rushes down, I want to make the most of it! The tables will also feature a scattering of rose petals, candles and perhaps some teeny tiny fairy lights intertwined in the flowers for a romantic glow after the sun sets. With the perfectly sized heel, satin material and sweet little bows on the end of each gently pointed toe, these dainty little shoes were what I'd been looking for for months on end. We had a bad experience with a photographer who didn't turn up for a second meeting (nor did he ring to let us know) and he never bothered to rearrange.
It will be an absolute delight to have them with us on our special day and their work is just what we imagined.

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