The wedding couple completely nailed the vintage boho look and executed a backyard wedding ceremony perfectly.
Posted 5 months ago in Economics and Trade.
Clinical psychologist Robyn and developer Paul were married on 21st July on the 140-acre organic farm in East Sussex.
"I'd always wanted an outfit with a relaxed boho feel into it, which wasn't too structured, as I also desired to feel comfortable. I loved the simple wedding dresses, which went very well with the vibe in our day."
"We chose David to photograph the marriage as we loved his natural style and we desired to have photos that will tell the story of our special day. David was fantastic to utilize and put us comfortably during the day. He captured all of the funny moments but still managed to allow it to all look very romantic."
Robyn's beautiful bridesmaids each wore a deep blue mid-length dress, accessorized to having a pair of nude ASOS heels along with a blooming gorgeous bouquet comprised of green foliage. The groom stuck to some similar palette inside a 3-piece suit from in London, worn with vintage cufflinks his bride-to-be had engraved for him.
"Paul and I met in 2015 via his closest friend who was staring at the same doctorate course as me. We first spoke at a housewarming party that his closest friend was throwing."
"I noticed Paul on his own, standing watching a conversation I was having with a few friends, so I decided to go over and say hello. The rest as the saying goes is history."
"My dad accompanied me on the aisle. We both love Ludovico Einaudi's music so I desired to walk on the aisle with this particular song playing." Here
The ceremony looked beautiful within the woodlands of the venue, with vintage carpets lining the aisle and wooden rustic benches seating guests.
"To go using the vintage boho theme I spent many weekends trawling through used shops close to where we live searching for favorite old books as well as an old typewriter which held the quotes about love that I typed up."
"We DIY-ed our cake and bought all of the bits from, and provided the evening's entertainment."
"I attempted to select quotes and books that will have a personal meaning towards the people looking at those tables."
"Our first dance song was Beyond by Leon Bridges. We saw him in a gig and we fell deeply in love with his voice and elegance of music."
"The speeches were all incredibly thoughtful and funny too, especially Paul's, who was able to make me completely crumple. We also made sure we'd some time to ourselves, walking with the fields and soaking in all of the happiness from the day, then gearing ourselves up for that evening festivities to start."
Words Of Wedded Wisdom
"Our wedding needed to be reflective of us as a couple, and thus we focused more about the personal touches we're able to incorporate, instead of trying to allow it to look or perhaps be a certain way."
"My main advice for carrying out a DIY wedding would be to make certain you have plenty of time to help you enjoy the process without feeling rushed. Also, enlist the aid of your family and friends, and don't forget wedding insurance!"
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