Posts Tagged: Grace and Thorn

Cosy Romantic Urban Winter Warehouse Wedding by London Bride

LONDON BRIDE LIFE, WEDDINGS, Elegant, Urban

Photography by Kat HillPlanning & Styling London Bride

A London Bride winter warehouse wedding at MC Motors for couple Hannah & Tom with twinkling candlelight, wild flowers with the bride in a beautiful vintage inspired Halfpenny London dress.

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With the blog re-launching today I thought it would be a nice opportunity to share with you some of the weddings I’ve worked on in the last year which I’ve yet to feature, so this week I’ll be bringing you a London Bride wedding every day!

Today’s wedding is from January this year. Having met Hannah and Tom in August last year in just 4 months I worked with them to design, plan and co-ordinate their stylish and urban winter warehouse wedding at MC MOTORS in East London. They are such a genuine, laid back and lovely couple (with the cutest toddler to boot, just look at the photos of Dory!) and with their discerning style, it was a huge pleasure to work with them on their day.

With the wedding taking place in January we made the most of the winter season by creating a romantic atmosphere with a cosy vintage aesthetic with twinkling festoon lights, gold accents, vintage glassware, moody florals by GRACE AND THORN and a feast by HANDMADE FOOD. In the evening, with red wine flowing the guests and couple danced the night away to the incredible sounds of Mister Kanish as photographer Kat Hill captured all those perfect little moments.

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A Little Hackney Wedding With A Bride In Her Grandmother’s Dress

WEDDINGS, Informal

Little Hackney Wedding by Laura McCluskey

Today’s wedding is a super sweet little Hackney wedding. Sarah and Aaron kept their wedding all about their marriage by just having a simple town hall registry office wedding at the location that they first met each other, followed by a few drinks with their closest friends and family. It’s so adorable to see a couple get ready together with their family, and a day that’s just about the marriage, no frills! In keeping with the low-key feel to the day, Sarah wore not just any vintage dress, but her own Grandmother’s which fitted her like a glove, how romantic is that…

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From the bride Sarah: We got married one year to the day that we met near Hackney Town Hall. Originally, we were going to elope but decided to have a small ceremony with close family. Essentially, we just wanted to get married, so the details actually weren’t that important to us other than we wanted to stay close to the places around Hackney where we had our first date and keep the day as relaxed as possible!

My dress belonged to my grandma (her evening dress, she wore it with an emerald green stole). It was meant to be, fitted me perfectly without alterations!

Thanks for sharing such a small and special day Sarah and Aaron and to Laura for capturing it perfectly.

Photography: Laura McCluskey, LM Weddings / Ceremony: Hackney Town Hall / Reception: The Cock Tavern / Bride’s Dress: Bride’s Grandmother (Vintage!) / Flowers: Grace & Thorn / Bride’s Shoes: Saint Laurent / Groom’s Outfit: Asos, Grenson & Ralph Lauren