Newlyweds Jessica and David had a sparkly, glamorous day with fabulous, boho touches. A gorgeous flower crown and a beautiful bride makes for a seriously stunning wedding day!
Jessica and David met through online dating site match.com. When they first met in person, Jessica walked straight past him because he looked nothing like his online profile pictures, “He looked much better in real life!” she laughs. David popped the question at dinner on 30th December, “We had our meal and were just waiting for the dessert to come out when he proposed,” Jessica recalls. “The ring was presented to me on a silver platter!”
The bride’s outfit
Jessica’s ‘Azalea’ Jenny Packham dress was bought from Ellie Sanderson Boutique after a long search. “I am a very indecisive person, but knew I wanted a vintage feel to the dress and a flower crown!” says the bride.
The groom’s outfit
The dashing groom and his groomsmen hired their blue three-piece suits from Perfectly Groomed in Datchet. “David wore a paisley sky blue waistcoat to stand out,” Jessica explains.
The three beautiful bridesmaids chose their own dresses from David’s Bridal. “I wanted them to feel comfortable on the day and bring a bit of their own personality out, so they chose their own hair and make-up, too.” says Jessica.
Jessica describes the ceremony as ‘truly special’. A civil ceremony was followed by a blessing that brought their backgrounds together perfectly. “I especially loved walking back down the aisle to This Magic Moment by the Drifters, knowing that we were now husband and wife,” Jessica says. “Our family and friends were all cheering, it was truly magical!”
This couple’s theme was boho glamour and Jessica just chose things that she really liked! Pastel blue and pink were the main colours, and there was a subtle Cats the musical theme for table names. The couple’s two cats also made a cameo appearance in some of the photographs.
Fabulous Flowers provided all the stunning blooms for Jessica and David’s big day, including the bride’s flower crown. Jessica loved Princess Diana’s bouquet and asked them to recreate it for her own. Gold sparkly tablecloths added glamour to the reception and Jessica chose large light up letters in their initials as a statement piece. The cake was the first thing that Jessica chose, it was an incredible dessert table that included the four-tier cake, cupcakes, cake pops and pink lemonade. “They were so good, I didn’t want to cut into them!” laughs Jessica. David and Jessica treated their guests to a ‘welcome bag’ rather than traditional favours, providing a welcome snack on arrival or as a midnight feast! Orange Discotheques kept the dancefloor full all evening, and guests had a fab time taking advantage of the photo booth.
With a long honeymoon planned next year, the couple jetted off to Sicily for a relaxing minimoon.