This may be the wedding of lovely Richard. Jessica is a Media and Communications Officer for CLIC Sargent, and Richard is a Sports Reporter, plus they were married around the 14 September 2019 in the medieval, Stourton, Wiltshire.
Jessica appeared as if a dream in her own soft blush pink ombré dresses. Inspired by the beauty of flowers during the day, Jessica's dress was no exception, covered in delicate floral embellishment and embroidery, having a pretty scalloped lace neckline and sleeves.
"I ordered my dress online at FeelTimes after a lot of research looking for an embroidered floral wedding gown. I knew I wanted different things. I wanted some color, and I wanted it so that it is embroidered throughout. That proved expensive until I discovered FeelTimes, which is reasonable and amazing quality."
"The dress was stunning, called the first and just dress I tried on. It had thin straps, and so I worked having a Bristol-based seamstress create lace sleeves for that dress, which I always knew I wanted to possess, too. was amazing making the dress much more perfect."
"I would say to brides, don't panic to do different things, making alterations to create your dress unique for you."
Jessica walked towards the church together with her dad and her bridesmaids, who wore pastel-hued dresses. The sweet flower girls wore complete dresses.
"I made the bridesmaids and flower girls all floral crowns using wiring and flowers from Whittingtons. I loved which makes them, also it meant I could tailor the shades and flowers to suit with the scheme as well as their dresses."
It meant everything to Jessica so that you can walk on the aisle together with her dad, based on her sisters as Maids of Honour, her nieces as flower girls, and her close friends, Richard's sister, and niece as her bridesmaids. Their entrance music seemed to be very special – Be Thou My Vision, sung by Jessica's friend's choir.
"When we got engaged, my pal Izi suggested her choir sing at our wedding, plus they completely made the service. They were incredible, singing acapella so that as their voices filled the church they completely blew everyone away."
"My favorite song they sang was Loch Lomond, which we'll treasure forever – it had been an incredible moment."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"My words of wisdom are always to do it yourself! I loved the chance to be creative and use our very own skills to create our wedding our very own. From designing our very own invitations to creating our wedding cake, and arranging our flowers – these were all touches that came together around the day – and saved us lots of money, too. Pinterest, Instagram, and wedding blogs are perfect at allowing you to get ideas and let the creativity flow."
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