My wedding was hands down the best day of my life. So, today I wanted to revisit all the little details myself and my bridesmaids put together.
Flowers. Firstly, my bouquet was made by the talented Julie Cambridge. I wanted an autumnal bouquet with lots of deep burgundy tones to match the groomsmen’s bowties.
Something Blue. Up next I had to pick something with blue in it, as it’s tradition after all and went for this beautifully designed garter from etsy.
The jewellery. As my dress was heavily embellished, I wanted to keep it simple with the jewellery. I kept my neck bare and wore these stunning antique pearl earrings made by the designer, Katharine Swaine.
The bag. I bought this beautifully embellished bag from Accessorize! It complemented my dress really well.
Little details. I bought these little ‘hooray’ wands from Ginger Ray. I thought it would be a nice touch to wave the wands after we said our ‘I do’s’. I also ordered these hessian Mr and Mrs signs from ebay to go on the back of our chairs.
The table plan. I designed the table plan, it’s of a map of the world and the tables were places Joe and I have travelled to over the years. I wanted to make it really personal and travelling means a lot to us. My maid of honour also created 90 hand made little aeroplanes with the guests names on, how cute are these.
Bubbles. We wanted our tables to have a fun element for our guests, so we thought bubbles were a nice touch. I bought a pack of 100 from amazon.
Props. We hand made fancy dress props for each table. There were a little hat, a moustache, sunglasses, lips. All of the fun things you could think of.
The cake. A family member created our beautiful naked cake. It had some scrummy flavours such as lavender and honey and chocolate cake with oreo buttercream. We bought the cake topper from notonthehighstreet.
Socks. I bought these ‘groom’ socks from ebay. They were really cheap but wanted Joe to feel extra special on the day too.
Ring box. We got this beautifully designed wooden ‘Z & J’ ring box from etsy.
Bridesmaid details. The dresses were from Lace and Beads London. And the shawls were from asos. The bridesmaids bought their own shoes which were silver.
Hangers. I treated myself and my bridesmaids to these beautifully designed coat hangers from etsy. My dress and the bridesmaids dresses looked gorgeous hanging up.
The shoes. I knew I wanted a pair of inspired 1920’s heels to match but with a bit of sparkle. I was browsing Pinterest and my eyes lit up when I came across Rachel Simpson’s Charlotte heels. How unbelievably beautiful are these babies and they were really affordable for wedding shoes!
So that’s all my little wedding details, if there’s something I’ve missed and you want to know where it’s from leave me a comment below.