Our Wedding Suppliers

This is my last post about our wedding; I’ve loved reminiscing as it genuinely felt like a whirlwind of a day after 8 months of intense planning. I wanted to share with you the suppliers who made our day the best it could have been!



Steve and I loved Hampton Court House from the moment we stepped through the door. Thanks to Dee for helping us create the day we wanted.



I love flowers and couldn’t have imagined our wedding day without them being part of it in a big way. I’d followed Steph on Instagram for ages and actually found out about our wedding venue from her feed. Her arrangements are


My Wedding Attire

This is my second to last post on the wedding and I thought I would share a little bit about what I wore and the people who helped to make me feel amazing on the day!


I bought my dress from Miss Bush in Ripley, I visited a few wedding dress shops before my appointment but this was by far the best experience; plus trying on wedding dresses in a sunlit chapel is an experience in itself. The dress I chose was called Patience by Maggie Sottero; I loved it because it wasn’t white but a slightly blush colour. I then layered a Jesus Peiro lace jacket and a blush veil. If I could find an event to wear my wedding dress again I would in a second.



I felt like my Valentino Rockstud heels deserved their own section


My Favourite Five Wedding Moments

I’m super excited to share some of the memories from our wedding with you all. This is the first post of three and we thought the best way would be to share our favourite moments from the day; so once you’re finished here head over to Steve’s blog to see his favourites too!

  1. Getting Ready

The night before the wedding I stayed at my mum and step-dad’s house, it was where I grew up and it felt right to spend my last night as Miss Evans here. My bridesmaids stayed over too and it was the best feeling to wake up with your favourite people around you, have croissants for breakfast and get ready all together!


2. Outside the Church

I felt nervously excited about what was about to happen; the vicar queued us up outside, I’d kissed my mum goodbye and for the first time that day reality had caught up with me. I remember thinking