Where do I even begin? This day felt long overdue and wholly appreciated. As I’ve gotten to know this couple through the ups and downs of their wedding planning, I can tell you that their patience and resilience as a couple during the past year and a half has blown me away, and their kindness and the love they exude is second to none. Every time I saw their names in my diary, I’d do a little hop-skip-jump to my car knowing I was about to hang out with some utterly rad peeps.
Chloe, the Bride, had such a vision for the day and executed it perfectly. All flowers and decor were created and styled by her. If she doesn’t end up working in this industry one day, the industry will be missing out on her gift, for real! Olly, the Groom, absolutely dotes on her and his gentle and caring nature is rare in a person. I really believe these guys are so lucky to have found each other, and make one hell of a partnership. I hope I get to see how they both grow together in the coming years. For now, let’s just celebrate love.
They had an intimate 30 person wedding, consisting of just close friends and family. Having already postponed their 2020 date a couple of times, they knew they were ready to just simply comitt to the limitations imposed and finally get married. They ended their day with a silent disco, allowing people to move about the venue freely whilst listening to music; making it a brilliant choice for entertainment during these current restrictions. This should be my final wedding before the long awaited easing of restrictions and a busy summer ahead. I feel blessed to have been a part of this one, well and truly.
Venue: Fishley Hall | Dress: Pure Brides | Bridesmaid Dresses: TH&TH | Catering: The Station Smokehouse | Hair: Laura Cogman | Makeup: Georgia Elphick & Alice Roberts | Cake: Dozy Tarts | Silent Disco: Lokee | Veil: Meadow Sweet Bridal | All flowers, decor & styling by the Bride herself