If you’re a fan of food, florals and boho style, then the Hackney wedding of Khaly and Martin ticks all those boxes and some. A beautiful boho bride, floral bridesmaids, afternoon tea and a dessert table that Mary Berry would be proud of.
I think it goes without saying that Khaly’s bridal style is effortless, boho elegance at it’s finest. The original vintage 70s off the shoulder layered lace gown is relaxed but feminine and with her dark flowing locks, soft metallic eyes and that incredible headpiece by Joanna Reed she looks every inch the perfect boho bride with her dashing groom in blue. Not to mention her girls looking fair maids in their floor length dark floral dresses (from Marks and Spencer’s would you believe, just goes to show keep your mind open!),
The super cool boho chic backdrop of photographic location The Roost in Hackney was not only a local venue for them, but one that complimented this couple’s style perfectly. Ending the night with a DJ dance party in the basement and a pizza van is a pretty good way to see the evening out I say.
Also worth noting to anyone thinking about speeches, and how you imagine they’ll be a few minutes each at the most, as these guys prove, they can go on for over an hour so you might want to keep that in mind! Sounds like they were worth every minute.
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Lisa and Will had a colourful and playful London wedding with a hint of nostalgia with a ceremony at the Art Deco Town Hall Hotel and reception at the V&A Museum of Childhood with the bride choosing a flirty fifties lace Candy Anthony dress.
It’s great to see how couple Lisa and Will built a wedding that reflected them, especially in the venue they chose which allowed them to have a colourful and playful theme with a hint of nostalgia in her gorgeous fifties style Candy Anthony dress. Lots of colour for their late summer day with lots of ‘sweet’ details, quite literally with an amazing dessert table along with thoughtful favours of books for their guests and lots of entertaining speeches!
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It’s nice when our men scrub up well I do love to see a dashing groom in a well cut suit, fitted shirt and a stylish tie, and ever since I posted this rainbow wedding
I have become rather fond of the Liberty fabric ties.
You can make your own from their plethora of beautiful floral fabrics
if you are skilled in the sewing arena, or know someone who is, but if not [let’s face it, this is more the likely option] you can buy some stunning floral ties from their Liberty London Collection
. They are so classic, a floral tie will never date [especially when it’s Liberty!].
Here’s a few of my favourites…