This couple’s proposal was super cute! Aiden took Tasha to Build A Bear, where the bear he bought for his beau was wearing the stunning engagement ring around his neck! This lovely couple have a brilliant relationship – with only one big argument. Aiden was where he shouldn’t have been, and thinking that he had been lying to her, she got angry, only to discover that it was in fact Aiden’s twin brother she was shouting at!
Despite having their wedding on Valentine’s Day, they opted for a pretty pastel vintage garden theme, with lots of bunting and fairy lights creating a magical setting at The Garden Barn on the Cambridge and Suffolk border, where Tasha also works.
The bride had her own dance with her beloved father, to Faith Hill’s Part of Me, before taking to the dance floor with her handsome new husband to John Legend’s romantic song, All of Me.
The beautiful bride found her dress, Ronald Joyce’s ‘Patience’ in Brides by Solo in Newmarket. It was in a princess-style, with beading and crystals as the embellishment – instantly attracting Tasha to it. Having tried on many dresses, she knew it was perfect as soon as she put it on, but her chief bridesmaid had the final say. The bridesmaids were her friends Georgina, Mel and sister-in-law Arianne, they all wore Colour by Kenneth Winston from Bury Bridal Rooms in a stunning pink chiffon.
Vintage afternoon tea was served at the Garden Barn, including a selection of sandwiches, cakes and scones with jam and cream. The couple created a wedding wonderland with lights, crystals and tealights. Magician Jamie Seagrave entertained guests throughout the reception as did a photo booth provided by photographer Dan Sakal. The speeches were especially memorable because they included a tribute to the bride’s grandfather who had recently passed away.
Dress: Ronald Joyce
Accessories: Megan Birnie
Bridesmaids: Kenneth Winston at Private Label by G
Groom: Navy suits
Flowers: Langton Flowers
Stationery: Angelic Weddings
Honeymoon: The bridesmaids treated the couple to a stay at Bedford Lodge in Newmarket
Photographer: Dan Sakal