Saturday 3rd September 2016, the weather was lovely and the atmosphere at the Bride’s house was electrically happy.
George was one of the happiest, smiling and warm hearted people we have had the pleasure of meeting and this was abundant on her wedding morning.
Her photographers Tom and Lizzie Redman were amazing and really captured the day beautifully. Lizzie said of the wedding:
” The highlight – There were lots of highlights….the culmination or Georgie’s choice of things like the incredible venue, your stunning flowers, the jazz trio and the evening band all made it. But also her mum and dad were totally gorgeous. We had breakfast with them the morning of their engagement shoot. They were just totally genuine, lovely and incredibly hospitable. We felt like part of the family. We just loved Tom and Georgie.”
Such a wonderful day full of love, laughter and happiness.
The stunning flower arch over the door of the church was a real feature of the day, it is even the photograph Georgie used for her thank you cards!
The couple’s beautiful cake, made by Annabel Lui, founder of Cutter and Squidge in London, was adorned with just the right amount of floral perfection.
Napkin styling by the team at Paula Rooney; this adds a finishing touch and really makes your guests feel special as they sit down.
Gorgeous table centres, on white stands made for a ‘wow’ moment as guests entered the wedding breakfast.
We are so honoured to be a part of each and everyone of our couple’s special days and we never take it for granted.
Thank you for letting us share your journey Georgina and Tom and we wish you all the love and luck in the world.
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