A delicate and subtle champagne, cream and gold celestial themed wedding finished off with a pop of pink, peach, coral and cream florals to make it even more breathtaking. It was a dream.
Isabloom floral design had an exquisite eye for detail and presentation. With the bride being a queen of all-things whimsical and dreamy, this particular bouquet was clearly made perfect for Victoria. A Hand-tied bouquet, shaped in a feminine and fairytale-like included a ribbon with her late Nanny’s remembrance charm attached. A personal touch which showed the brides affection for someone she cared so deeply for. A emotion that shone throughout the day. Ayeisha was the professional make up artist on the day and she defiantly got the job description PERFECT. Warm dusky matt tones suited Victoria effortlessly and with Ayeisha's high level of professionalism and incredible talent, it was no surprise that the bride looked jaw-dropping. Complimented by the hair stylist Reborne Studio - These girls made the dream team.
We only hope we get the privilege to work with them again.
The ceremony room focal point was the moon floral arch at the foot of the aisle where Victoria and Jake exchanged their promises. Set in the stunning grounds of De vere Totsworth - The orangery is like something we’ve never seen before. Pools of natural light poured in from the glass ceiling which added warmth and depth. It was a literally a photographers dream! The weather was perfect allowing blue skies and candy-floss clouds to pass over the guests heads and courtesy to the incredible wedding planning team at “the planning lounge”.
There wasn’t a thing out of place. The stationary added that extra grace factor as the simplicity and soft theme remained consistent to guests all day. From the invitations to the table menus - Sisterly Stationary had made sure it was so carefully tailored giving the couple their very own wedding 'brand'.
Oozing elegance and grace Victoria walked down the aisle in her Madilane bridal gown. A lace fitted bodice with a floaty, champagne undertone skirt and her sisters “something borrowed” cathedral length veil. With her Grandad by her side there was not a dry eye in sight.
Cream linen suits tailored with champagne ties polished off the handsome chaps and paired with the bridesmaids satin champagne gowns - everything had be carefully planned.
A breaker of traditions - Victoria and Jake didn’t want a wedding cake - instead they opted for a macaroon tower designed and created by the amazing les macaroons de pauline who took their colour palette and got it exactly right, an ombré of pink tones and a subtle hint of gold. It’s all in the details after all. It stood in its glory next to the string quartet 'The Nero String Quartet' who blew everyone away with their modern twist music. For a second we thought we were in the cast of brigerton. Romance, mystery and drama. It was literally everything and more. Guests were dancing along and the ambiance is exactly what Victoria and Jake had wished for.
From canapés and cocktails on the terrace in the impeccable gardens to dancing under the stars to best Dj in town . The mash ups, mixes and well planned light show took the party to another level. From era to era there was something for everyone and the dance floor was never empty.
As we left - we made sure to send a little message of thanks using “The Audio Guestbook”. Of course - it was on an up-cycled chaise complete with a little moon handle. Nothing went unnoticed. Victoria and Jake encouraged guests to pick up the phone and leave them a message, sing them a song and remind them of a special memory for them to have to listen back on forever. Id say it will have been filled with love and heartfelt wishes and it was clear to see they were adored by many and their love story inspires and moves everyone who knows them.
“ I knew immediately that he was my planet and I would be his moon, forever orbiting. Maybe, thats what they call celestial love”.
Wishing you a life of love, life and happiness.
Never stop dancing under that moonlight together.