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Illustrator Lucy and artist Harrison said their I Do's on 8th September 2018, to start dating? The couple’s ceremony happened at the in Bristol, then a reception at in Tintern, Wales.

"I wanted long sleeves and a lot of lace…but my dress yourself, in the end, was the alternative! I tried on a few like this and they didn't feel right however when I put my dress on, it did. It was an entire fluke to locate too. I loved it because I wasn't prepared. My hair would be a top knot mess, I had no constitute on, was wearing bright colored underwear, etc., yet still, it felt lush!"

"We love likely to festivals and lots of inspiration originated from that. My mum created rag bunting for everyone on the two yurts and also the bar marquee which looked awesome, and also over two years we collected cushions, blankets, rugs, throws, and footstools from charity shops to brighten the smaller yurt which we labeled the 'chill yurt'. We also visited and acquired a load of old church pews and wooden kitchen unit doors, which I then painted onto use as signs to steer our guests round the garden."

"Harrison wore a grey jacket and white shirt and a set of orange trousers. His shoes were by Bertie and he also wore a tie and pocket square. We didn't want one to feel uncomfortable at the time as it was likely to be quite relaxed, therefore we asked all of the groomsmen to put on colorful chinos, deck shoes or loafers, and an easy-colored shirt along with a jacket."

"Harrison and I met at UWE Bristol university and were placed within the same flat together. We soon became a lot more than friends and seven years later Harrison proposed around the beach in Beer, an attractive fishing village that had been a popular family holiday destination for my loved ones and would be a place we quite often went for weekends away within our bell tent."



"Three of bridesmaids' dresses were from FeelTimes and my Maid of Honour Maisie, who's also my sister, wore a Virgos Lounge dress that people found on coupled with altered on her."

"Rebecca did the photography for the marriage and we can't recommend her enough. Photography was one of the most essential things for us and that we knew it might capture the spirit from the day, and all of the little moments that people might miss."

"Harrison found Rebecca's photos quite in early stages and knew immediately she would have the ability to do just that. She even made your time and effort to come and meet us for any coffee beforehand to interrupt the ice just a little, and she or he put us comfortable immediately. We're so happy using the photos, they're exactly what we should want and more, and we have had a lot of compliments from guests at how impressed these were with how Rebecca blended into the day."

"For the entertainment, we'd our friend Will, who moonlights like a funk and soul DJ to play within the evening, then we set up a few playlists for any silent disco because the amplified music had to become turned off at 11 pm (village policy). provided the headphone equipment also it was a huge success and helped continue the party for many more hours."

Words Of Wedded Wisdom

"We were cautious of requesting too much help in the beginning, but what we should realize is you shouldn't hesitate to ask family and friends to get involved. Most people wish to help also it's great to possess everyone together within the week leading up to the big day all chipping in together. We really couldn't do it without everyone also it made our day a lot more personal to us."

"Make sure it's the day you both want. It sounds cliche, but that's for any good reason! It might take more work, more set up, or more effort, but it's also so worth it at the time and we wouldn't have changed anything!"

Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.co.uk/

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