I had to share this lovely wedding with you, it was pure Gatsby glamour that fitted so well with the season. The colour scheme was navy and gold so the bridal flowers were ivory, blush with a hint of blue and grey. Being December The George in Rye looked splendid with Christmas tree, fairy lights and all the trimmings. Photographer Joe Kingston took stunning photographs capturing the spirit of the day.
Kathryn and Mark had paid a lot of attention to detail and it paid off as the following record of the day shows.
About to tie the knot
A moment alone
Bouquet of roses, thistle, lisianthus & eucalyptus against that lovely Jenny Packham dress
2016 got off to quite a slow start but went right through the year with our last wedding on the 29th December. Quite a few trends came through with grey being very popular particularly for bridesmaids dresses and foliage, blush pink for flowers and metallics crept in for accessories. Yellow made an appearance a few times and gypsophila stilled proved popular but with the addition of lavender in some cases. Style wise it was very relaxed, country and even wild in some case – just how we like it!
Below is a snap shot of some of our weddings and I will be featuring some in more detail in later posts.
Love the expressions caught by Jacqui McSweeney Photography
Amongst the confetti by photographer Steve Fuller with mixed ‘vintage’ pink roses
The lovely O’Hara roses giving a hint of blush here. Photo by Craig George
The Wild Ones
Jason Pierce-Williams snapped a personal moment between Rachel & James at their outside ceremony with meadow inspired flowers
Yellow, cream & white bouquet for a coastal wedding
And here we have the ever popular gypsophila!
And with a touch of lavender
Milk churns and naked cakes were popular too!
Photo by Steve Fuller
Blues and white for this September wedding
Looking good enough to eat!
I liked the appearance of the rich berry colours for Autumn
And then we came to December
Lovely moment with Kathryn & Mark at The George in Rye by Joe Kingston