A 1970’s Wedding

The content creator and business marketing mentor married her love Jack, a podcast producer, and writer, around 24 October 2019 in the beautiful, within the estate village of Aswarby, Lincolnshire.

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Charlotte imagine a dress would be a 1970s-inspired bespoke creation in floral lace. I just love those bell sleeves!

Charlotte also wore a delicate, shoulder-length veil by, and on her behalf feet, a set of amazing white ankle boots.

Perfectly complementing Charlotte’s dress, Charlotte and Jack’s daughter wore her very own bespoke creation by Caroline Chamberlain, having a pair of pink satin ballet shoes for that ceremony.

The bridesmaids looked wonderful in their lavender bridesmaid dresses.

Wanting these phones to feel as relaxed as you possibly can, Charlotte gave them the brief of midi or maxi length with sleeves, plus they then chose their very own dresses together with shoes, too.

Jack wore a smartly tailored suit, that they wore had a white shirt, socks, and a set of brown 'Giacomo' Chelsea boots.

"We met in the DJ booth within the Tap 'n' Tin in Chatham, Kent over 11 years back. We got engaged four years back, but were built with a surprise pregnancy three years back."

After they'd signed the register, the newly married couple walked out together and were met with showers of confetti using their loved ones. Click

"Wanted it to seem like everyone was visiting our (big country) house for your day. One of my buddies said it felt similar to the Rolling Stones' Beggars Banquet, which was the very best compliment, and another said hello had Scorsese vibes – odd references but I liked them!"

"During the drinks as we were married, there have been loads of canapes, only then do we have Burrata to begin, then lobster mac 'n' cheese, after which served our cake for dessert."

"Caroline made all of the flowers around the cake manually, they're sugar flowers. It was chocolate and carrot cake layers, covered inside a thin candy layer, after which buttercream. It is unique and grand, precisely how I wanted it."

After the wedding cake had been cut and speeches enjoyed, the time had come for a singalong around the piano. had played throughout the drinks reception, and returned for any post-dinner set. This was Charlotte's favorite part of the day.

"I hired a white piano because that's what Elton would do, right?! I wasn't confident that it was going to become awful, but everyone got within the spirit, and by the finish when the time had come for Bohemian Rhapsody the noise was incredible and everybody was singing."

As a nod towards the DJ booth where they first met, Charlotte and Jack's first married dance together ended up being to Strangers within the Night.

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"We wanted everyone to feel at ease and included, for it to become fun and decadent, so it felt like it had been. We didn't invite many couples unless we knew both of them, also it proved helpful. We mainly did this due to capacity, but we ensured no one was coming alone and didn't know anyone. In that scenario, we'd invite them like a couple, which added towards the comfortable/familiar atmosphere."

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