I love a wedding. Seriously I LOVE them! I love all the random crazy little things that brides have sent hours obsessing over like place cards and favours and I love crying at the vows and laughing at the speeches. Going to weddings reminds me why I am planning my own when I get bogged down in the details, it is the overall air of love, happiness and lifetime commitment which I love most of all, not whether the napkins match the tablecloths.
These are some images I took of Kylie and Matt's relaxed garden wedding in Oxfordshire. Such a different non-traditional wedding from anything I have ever been too.
Get ready for a picture dump!
|Father of the Bride and the Bride|
Kylie's dress was an original 1950's party dress with gorgeous rhinestones on the bodice which I LOVE. Her hair and make up was done by her very talented friends which I got to meet for the first time prepping for the wedding.
Our gorgeous bridesmaid bouquets, made by some of the bridesmaids themselves!
|Amy, bridesmaid, and Kylie|
Excitement at arriving at the venue and pulling a 'Kylie face.' We soon discovered that the bride could not stop giggling through the ceremony, at least until the point she started crying instead!
The bride and groom. Look at those happy faces! What they wore really reflected their personalities and there was so much of 'them' in the ceremony and party.
|Bridesmaids, Best Man, Bride and Groom|
The four bridesmaids (that's me on the end and a sneak peek of my finished Apple dress) didn't have a dress code, we just wore what we liked (though some coordinated in advance!) and we had sweet flower crowns and bouquets too.
They had looooads of pretty and colourful decorations hung everywhere around the venue and I love this picture of lanterns, fans and birdies!
Th tables were named after mythical creatures and we were on the Dragon table roar!!
Kylie hand made the glittery stars and the chiffon fabric really made it feel magical without blocking all the light. We had fabulous BBQ food served family style and I loved the roasted peppers and homemade coleslaw.
There were lots of garden games including mini golf and, of course, jenga and there were so many little photo op places around the grounds, see the bench with lanterns behind? These lit up at night and there were fairy lights everywhere. It was so magical!
As you can see Kylie is a really good sport and we just had to take a few photos are the place, there are many more like this (one of a crazy dwarf beard that appeared during some manic dancing) we all had a brilliant time and I can't wait to see Kylie and Matt again soon.