Teacher Guy wed, who works within the music industry, on 18 August 2018 inside a Church of England service near the bride-to-be's parents' house in Bishopstrow, Wiltshire.
The wedding couple and their guests didn't have far to visit for the reception, using the short walk towards the cricket field nearby for a marquee party inspired by the couple's fascination with music, relaxed, lush foliage, and pretty and summery wildflowers.
The bride chose long, lacy dresses in deep blue for her bridesmaids and, a glorious pop of color, selected ribbons for their hair.
"They each wore a brightly colored ribbon which matched the design and style on the back of my very own dress. I give my bridesmaids would be a unique scent by having an engraving around the front – what 'thanks' and also the date of our wedding."
The couple met in 2014 and dated for three along with a half years before their engagement.
"The weekend Guy proposed, I'd taken him away for any surprise thirtieth birthday weekend however it was me who became surprised. He popped the question on Lulworth Cove in Dorset."
"We both love the sea and spend many a holiday through the coast, therefore, it was hugely special for the two of us. Our table names were named after beaches we've been to and every place name would be a hand-written pebble. We were engaged just for under a year before we got married."
To complement her diamond engagement ring, chosen off Bond Street, Tora's wedding band was an 18-carat gold band produced by a local designer.
"The church service was extremely special but as everyone warns you, it is going too quickly. I wish we were able to do it again. It was incredible to determine everyone you like all in one room, understanding that they're there for you personally both. It was so special and emotional – we couldn't stop smiling."
"When it found choosing our photographer we immediately knew we wanted the astonishing Andrew Brannan who had photographed my good friend's wedding the year before."
"He is one of the hardest working photographers I have ever come across and he manages to capture the most amazing moments in the day, stuff you don't even remember happening."
Although Tora and Guy decided to miss out on the standard first dance, George Ezra's 'Paradise' began the evening party, played for through the wedding band.
"We chose this song to start the dancing once we both like it. The party area was never empty, the Co-Stars were incredible."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"Try to savor the planning whenever possible. Organizing suppliers and logistics can occasionally feel incredibly overwhelming, particularly when coupled with attempting to hold down each day job. Using the time to savor the 'more fun' plans, however, for example, deciding on the background music or the meals, will surely help to go ahead and take pressure off. We would always be certain we designed a thing from it – so seated with some bubbles and making the decisions together, attempting to make it as being fun as you possibly can."
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