The weather may not have always been on our side this weekend but that didn’t matter as Louise was buzzing with excitement from the minute I arrived at Yorebridge House.
Louise and Tony chose Yorebridge House as their wedding venue as they wanted as much privacy as possible whilst enabling guests to stay overnight. It was my first visit to this venue and I have to say how delightful a place it is. Not only was it a really lovely light hotel but the staff were wonderful. Even though they were busy getting ready for the breakfast service and Louise and Tony’s wedding they took their time to make me feel really welcome and regularly stayed in touch with the bride to ensure she had everything she needed.
Louise had chosen a beautiful and sparkly Justin Alexander mermaid style gown in ivory and gold, with a pair of gold Jimmy Choo’s to compliment. Originally I was only meant to be creating Louise’s bridal hair style but was also asked to create her wedding makeup too. We kept everything simple and soft. Louise chose golds and browns for her eyes to emulate the colours in her gown and I created tousled waves which I twisted and pinned to the side in a loose romantic updo. Having her hair in an updo meant that Louise was able to show off the gorgeous neckline on her gown.
Ably assisted by her sister in law and cousin both of which looked ultra glam in cream and gold cocktail dresses. Mum also wore a cream dress and looked fab.
All of the flowers were provided by Sharon at Blush Bespoke Flowers and matched the brides theme of cream and gold perfectly.
Ian of Scarlet Ribbon Photography was on hand from the very first minute to capture as much of this couples special day as possible.
A relaxed and fun morning of wedding prep led to mum and maids excitedly helping Louise into her dress ready for her walk down the aisle.
Congratulations Louise and Tony! Enjoy your honeymoon x