Bright Yellow | Homemade English Country: Real Wedding
I am so ridiculously excited by today’s bright yellow, homemade, English country wedding! Everything about Rory and Emma’s wedding is super, duper sweet and EVERYTHING was either homemade, borrowed or purchased 2nd hand. It goes to show, you don’t have to spend an absolute fortune to have the prettiest and most memorable of wedding days…
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My wedding dress was made by my husband’s sister Daisy Woollins, it was inspired by the beautiful Claire Pettibone gowns.
My wedding shoes were vintage Kurt Geiger from the boutique charity shop in Bury St Edmund’s.
Rory’s suit and waistcoat were from H&M!
And my beautiful veil was made my my Mum.
The bracelet I wore was actually a pearl necklace which was my something borrowed from my nan.
Rory’s Nana made our wedding cake and I made the bunting and peg topper.
Our flowers were from a warehouse in lawshall, they also do a stall at Bury market on Wednesdays and Saturdays
The disco set up was all my brothers. The guitarist was David Hart, he busks in Bury St Edmunds on a Saturday and the card trick man was Rory’s mum’s cousin Brent.
If I you could impart any words of wisdom for future brides?
Emma says… My advice would be make lists of all the things to complete each week leading up to the wedding. I loved how much of our wedding I had done myself and how much the family was involved as well so organize and make as much of it yourselves as you can. Your guests really notice the personal touches.
Rory says… Stay calm and don’t let any mishaps ruin the day, go with the flow and enjoy every second of it.
Oh wow! How amaze is this bright yellow wedding and what a way to arrive in style. The vintage Imp car is flipping brilliant and was lovingly restored by the couples friend. Such a beautiful wedding and fun, fun, fun images too. It looks like Emma and Rory had an unforgettable day! I’m sure many of you will totally agree and are going to feel super inspired by this fab wedding.