They were married on 12 May 2018 at Barnard Castle, a country house that occurs in idyllic parkland.
"My favorite color is blue which complimented our venue perfectly. I also always knew I wanted an outfit with grey/silver tones therefore we tied the above colors together to create soft hues of blue, grey, and ivory. It was an entire coincidence the dressing from the main rooms within the venue opted for this scheme. We wanted a thing that would be timeless and classic."
Georgia and Thomas also opted for a videographer – Thomas' sister's boyfriend, who valiantly stepped in after their original videographer unfortunately canceled at the last minute.
Georgia's dreamy confection of the gown was custom-made on her, and I just adore the subtly sparkly embroidery and also the layer upon layer of frothy tulle inside a delicate blue/grey color.
"I wanted a thing that had a sheer top, hand applique, and a lot of tulles."
The bridesmaids all wore embellished navy bridesmaid dresses and petrol blue, shoes, and carried posies of gypsophila, that they also wore within their hair. Georgia's sweet flower girl looked lovely inside a sparkly blue dress.
Thomas looked smart inside a striking blue Prince of Wales check suit, that they wore had a white shirt and contrasting red tie. On his feet, Thomas wore and accessorized a watch from Mr. Beaumont's collection. Click
"In 2010 we met in a bar; I thought he looked down within the dumps so I popped a cocktail umbrella in the drink. I noticed his smile first. On our first proper date around Christmas time, it had been snowing, and we broke down in the car."
"On Christmas day 2017 we broke down within the same spot (approximately I thought) but this time around when I opened the passenger door to evaluate him, he was on a single knee having a ring. We had originally considered waiting until 2019 but the moment we saw our venue we wanted to make it sooner!"
Everything joined together beautifully within the light and airy venue space using its elegant features (and incredible wallpaper!), and everyone sat right down to a wonderful wedding breakfast from chef Richard Picard Edwards, with entertainment from pianist Dave Smith.
The stylish, three-tier marble effect wedding cake was created by Thomas and made by Rachael, in delicious flavors of carrot, lemon, and chocolate.
"Our first dance was The Book of Love by Peter Gabriel one of our favorites, performed by Martha and Tim Cook. We think the whole idea of typical love and what it really should be is nonsense and what individuals expect and judge means nothing – it's unique to every couple, we don't compare our like to anyone else. All we care about is what it means to every other. I think this is reflected within the song."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"At the end of the day the marriage is for you and also your husband and don't forget that don't change what you would like for other people, they will be pleased to be included."
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