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built to last. a contemporary wedding at the pumping house, nottinghamshire – katie & oliver

June 5th, 2018 | Aislinn Thompson

A Contemporary Wedding at The Pumping House (c) James Morgan (62)

Today’s real wedding couple, Katie and Oliver, wed three years to the day after their first ever conversation, a romantic detail that shows just how much thought they put into the planning of their big day. Our favourite detail is the inspired cake – on the face of it a traditional and elegant four-tiered wedding cake but, when spun 180ᵒ, a brilliantly creative concoction featuring some of their favourite things, including a bouncy Tigger!

Another delicious detail is the Krispy Kreme doughnut wall – lip-smackingly good sugary treats to sweeten up the guests presented in a clever and contemporary way. Then, to work off some of those calories, a table football and a nine-hole mini golf course kept the guests entertained before the pizza oven on wheels rocked up. We love the fact that Katie and Oliver pulled on the chef’s gloves (blue, handily, to match their colour scheme!) and cooked up their own pizza – their first meal prepared together as a married couple.

As a special addition to their day, Katie and Oliver had Katie’s grandparents’ lucky horseshoe – symbolising 60 years’ of happily married life – present at the top table and it’s clear from the smiles on their glowing faces that this, too, is a marriage built to last.

With images by James Morgan.

A Contemporary Wedding at The Pumping House (c) James Morgan (38)

katie says: We got engaged in Lincoln on our two-year anniversary – 6th August 2017. We were going to a hotel at the top of Steep Hill that we’ve stayed at before and Oliver insisted on carrying the suitcase rather than taking it in turns. He also insisted on unpacking while I had a drink on the little terrace outside. He came outside with two glasses of champagne and got down on one knee (I felt bad for being suspicious that he wouldn’t let me pack earlier that day!). He took me to Marco Pierre White’s restaurant afterwards for dinner and cocktails, where everyone was lovely and made a huge fuss.

A Contemporary Wedding at The Pumping House (c) James Morgan (64)

We got married on 31st March 2018, three years to the day after we first spoke. We needed a date that was in the school holidays (life of a teacher!) and it seemed fate that the venue we wanted had that date available.

Our venue was The Pumping House in Ollerton, Nottinghamshire – we had our ceremony and reception there. We went to look round and, once we’d set foot inside, it was the only choice. It was modern but not clinical and had heaps of character but wasn’t trying too hard. It was unlike anything we’d ever seen before. We would completely recommend the venue – Joanne, Amie and the team are so personable and lovely that we felt really looked after in the run-up to and on the day. It is genuinely one of the most unique venues we’d ever seen and everyone who was part of our wedding commented on its originality. Although it is a large space, it feels cosy with all the individual rooms and little spaces that make it up, and the accommodation they have that is exclusive to those booking the venue completely blew our guests away.

A Contemporary Wedding at The Pumping House (c) James Morgan (79)

We didn’t choose a specific theme but we wanted it to be very ‘us’. Neither of us are that traditional and we wanted to make sure we had a great time and that there was something for all of our guests. It also reflected the things we have done since we met, which was unintentional but nice!

Colour-wise, we chose different shades of blue for the bridesmaid/bridesmen and groomsmen and, for the venue, we kept things fairly neutral with lots of copper, greenery and simple white flowers, as we wanted the venue to speak for itself.

A Contemporary Wedding at The Pumping House (c) James Morgan (58)

When it came to my dress, I chose the first one in the first shop we went to. I went with my mum to Mirage Couture in Kiveton, where Lindsey and Janice were lovely. I only picked one dress to try on and it fitted perfectly – I then tried on two more just to double check but kept going back to the first. It was by Callista Bride (Monet style) and I loved the fact that it was comfortable and flattering but still traditional and timeless – I didn’t want to look back at the photos in 20 years’ time and think it looked dated.

My maid of honour, my mum and I had our hair and makeup done at Ego in Worksop. They were fantastic and opened up early to accommodate us. Lizzie, who did my make-up, was great at giving tips to keeping it fresh all day and Heather made sure that my hair was polished but that I still looked like myself and it wasn’t over the top, which was important to me.

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this game called love. willowby for a diy wedding at new craven hall, leeds – emily & fraser

June 4th, 2018 | Alexis Forsyth

A DIY Wedding at New Craven Hall (c) Stevie Jay Photography (43)

We’re back from our hiatus ready and raring for more real wedding pretty than ever before. On the back of our bi-annual rest, recharge and reassess, there’s a proper update coming soon on some verrrrry exciting plans for this little corner of the internets, but for now, let’s just give the people what they came for, eh? Straight into the #wedspo it is then…

After a year-long engagement, today’s couple Emily and Fraser tied the knot at the chapel in Leeds General Infirmary. Not your conventional choice although one that held lots of sentimental value for the pair, as it’s not only where they both work but it’s also where they originally met.

For their celebrations afterwards, New Craven Hall – an industrial events space in the heart of Leeds – provided the beautiful backdrop and all the versatility the bride and groom could need to craft their special day. And when we say craft we mean quite literally – as they either made their decorations from scratch or borrowed from family or friends – everything from hula-hoops with flowers and fairy lights to glass baubles with candles and bunting.

Adding a playful element to their day – Emily and Fraser plumped for a board games theme. Think a Battleships table plan and place name cards featuring Scrabble pieces and you’ll get the idea! This is just one of the many highlights though, so we think we’ll pass the blog over to Emily now to tell us all the details!

With images by Stevie Jay Photography.

A DIY Wedding at New Craven Hall (c) Stevie Jay Photography (13)

emily says: We got engaged on 24th February 2017. We had gone away for the weekend and just about made it to Pitlochry in Scotland, driving through some really bad snow from Leeds. On our first day, we got up, had breakfast in the hotel and planned a walk through the countryside. The walk took us past a waterfall called Black Spout. As I turned around from looking at the waterfall, Fraser was down on one knee and asked me to marry him! After lots of tears of happiness and saying ‘yes’ we then continued the walk and stopped off at a local microbrewery for a drink.

A DIY Wedding at New Craven Hall (c) Stevie Jay Photography (15)

We tied the knot on 24th March 2018. We wanted to get married within about 12 months of our engagement, so this was just over! We got married at St Luke’s Chapel at Leeds General Infirmary (LGI) Hospital. We both work as radiographers and met at the LGI, and felt it was a special place to both of us. We had to apply to the Archbishop of Westminster to get a Special Licence. The old hospital entrance and the chapel are 250 years old and have lots of beautiful characteristics.

Our reception was held at New Craven Hall. We chose this venue because we wanted somewhere we could have freedom to do what we wanted. We wanted to make our own decorations and centrepieces as my mum and me are both very crafty. Inside, it’s an industrial style venue with fairy lights, beams and copper features, with lots of decorating to do. We wanted a good choice of food and beer too, and the venue allowed us to have our favourite cans of craft beer for our welcome drinks. We had access to the venue to set everything up ourselves, but the New Craven Hall team were on hand if we ever needed anything.

A DIY Wedding at New Craven Hall (c) Stevie Jay Photography (21)

We love playing board games together, so our theme for the day centred on board games. For example, we had Articulate save the date cards and Monopoly invites, as well as a Battleships table plan where the guests had a coordinate and had to find what battleship (table) they were on; Jenga coasters; place name cards featuring Scrabble pieces; and a Guess Who game with the guests as the faces. Our guestbook was made from jigsaw pieces too and we also had a dart board.

Our colour scheme was pale teal and light duck egg blue. We weren’t adamant on any particular colour scheme prior to organising our wedding. I found some bridesmaid dresses of this colour which we liked, and we just went from there. We used this colour for the ties of the male wedding party, as well as the bunting and ribbon on the order of service.

A DIY Wedding at New Craven Hall (c) Stevie Jay Photography (20)

I wanted a simple, fitted dress with a slight fishtail, nothing too big or sparkly. When trying on dresses, I soon realised I liked shoestring straps and loved dresses with no back or a very detailed lace/sequinned back. I purchased my dress from Ava Rose Hamilton near my hometown in Colne and it was designed by Willowby. I just loved the lace back and the simple look at the front. I wanted some sparkle so added a belt. I loved the long cathedral veil, which I got for a bargain from Preloved and it was held in with my bridesmaid’s hair clip from her wedding day – my something borrowed.

Fraser bought his suit from Slaters as did the best man, groomsman and our dads. They were all in navy, standard fitted suits. Fraser’s suit had a slight textured look to it compared to the others. He wore a tie that complemented the bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen’s ties, and also bought his shoes and socks from Jeffery West, as his wedding treat.

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real wedding recap 2018: allure bridals for a pretty wedding at healey barn – kathryn & michael

June 3rd, 2018 | Aislinn Thompson

A Pretty Wedding at Healey Barn (c) Melissa Beattie (51)

It’s holiday season here on the blog, and as the editorial team take a short break, we’ll be leaving you with a reduced blogging schedule so that you still get your daily dose of wedding lovely. Usual service will recommence on Monday 4th June 2018 but in the meantime watch out for recaps of some of our favourite Real Weddings from the first half of the year so far. 

Drop in every day for the very prettiest, most unique wedding inspiration and – if you are a Brides Up North bride – to see if your real wedding was one of our top picks.

“Pick a seat, not a side; we’re all family when the knot is tied,” declared a sign at the marriage ceremony of today’s real wedding couple, Kathryn and Michael. It’s perhaps all the more poignant given the couple hail from opposite sides of the pond, with Michael coming from New York.

As a nod to their different heritages, the couple incorporated some special touches into their day, such as a sweetie table laden with British and American sweets for the guests, and traditional British lawn games set up outside, along with beer pong and corn hole. Not to mention the odd socks worn by the groom and groomsmen – one sporting a Union Jack and the other an American flag, of course!

With images by Melissa Beattie Photography.

A Pretty Wedding at Healey Barn (c) Melissa Beattie (35)

kathryn says: We got engaged in October 2015. Michael is American and was living in New York at the time and I was over visiting on holiday. One evening after we had finished eating, Michael told me he had to show me something before we got back on the subway home. We then started walking up Fifth Avenue and Michael kept refusing to tell me what it was, even though I kept pestering him as I was tired and wanted to go home! We eventually got to Central Park, where Michael took me to the side of the lake with the New York skyline in the background and got down on one knee and popped the question! There was just the two of us in a serene Central Park and it was perfect.

A Pretty Wedding at Healey Barn (c) Melissa Beattie (23)

We got married on 3rd September 2016. We wanted to get married fairly quickly so Michael could move to the UK, as we had been living apart in separate countries for so long. Michael’s sister and cousins were also getting married over the summer, so we wanted to space the weddings out so everyone had their moment to shine.

A Pretty Wedding at Healey Barn (c) Melissa Beattie (48)

We had our ceremony at St John’s Methodist Church in Whitley Bay. This was my family and childhood church and also where my parents got married. We are good friends with Carla, the minister at the church, so it felt really special to be married by someone so close to our family.

We had our reception at Healey Barn – it’s such a beautiful and relaxed place. There’s nothing not to love! We would definitely recommend the venue – everything about the day was perfect. I wouldn’t change a thing about it, and that was down to the slick operation that they run at Healey Barn. The barn is beautiful, the countryside surrounding the barn is breath-taking, and our guests couldn’t stop talking about how amazing the food was!

A Pretty Wedding at Healey Barn (c) Melissa Beattie (55)

The theme for the wedding was rustic. The barn itself was so beautiful that it didn’t need a lot of decorations, so I wanted everything to be homemade and to complement the rustic barn setting.

Our colour scheme was sage green and dusky pink. I always wanted quite a soft, romantic colour palette that complemented the natural colours of the countryside. We also used a lot of burlap and lace to complement the rustic barn theme.

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real wedding recap 2018: a country wedding at le petit chateau, otterburn – melanie & rory

June 2nd, 2018 | Alexis Forsyth

A Pretty Wedding at Le Petit Chateau (c) Kristos Kabiotis (36)

It’s holiday season here on the blog, and as the editorial team take a short break, we’ll be leaving you with a reduced blogging schedule so that you still get your daily dose of wedding lovely. Usual service will recommence on Monday 4th June 2018 but in the meantime watch out for recaps of some of our favourite Real Weddings from the first half of the year so far. 

Drop in every day for the very prettiest, most unique wedding inspiration and – if you are a Brides Up North bride – to see if your real wedding was one of our top picks.

Bride and groom, Melanie and Rory, were one of the first couples to book their wedding at Le Petit Chateau – a truly gorgeous French-inspired country manor hotel in the heart of beautiful Northumberland; instantly falling in love with its summer holiday feels. After getting engaged in the Big Apple, it seemed only fitting that there would be a subtle nod to this special location; and this came in the form of their table names. Keeping things simple though, no other theme was needed. But this doesn’t mean the wedding was lacking in personality or special touches – far from it!

As well as writing their own vows, Rory’s mum aka ‘Crafty Crofty’ stepped in to create some truly wonderful favours, table centrepieces, invitations and decorations for the couple, re-imagining their ideas and bringing them to life. She even baked their elegant white cake. (We’re wondering if we can steal her away for our special occasions too?) We’ll let Melanie tell us more about this quirky DIY approach though – prepare to soak up those Mediterranean vibes!

With images by Kristos Kabiotis Photography.

A Pretty Wedding at Le Petit Chateau (c) Kristos Kabiotis (31)

melanie says: We got engaged on 12th February 2015, in New York. We were in an extremely cold Central Park and Rory was attempting to get me to walk out onto one of the lakes, which had frozen over – I flat out refused as I was scared we’d both end up cracking it and falling through into the freezing water! Instead, we went to see the Alice in Wonderland statue and it was just along from here – on a bank called Cedar Hill – that he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him.

I was completely taken by surprise and just to make the moment even more magical, it started to snow! He had managed to find possibly one of the few secluded spots in one of the busiest cities in the world where it felt like it was just the two of us. He later told me he wanted to propose on the frozen lake but I’d scuppered that plan!

A Pretty Wedding at Le Petit Chateau (c) Kristos Kabiotis (11)

We always wanted a summer wedding as we love going on holiday and our venue – Le Petit Chateau – definitely provided that Mediterranean vibe. We were one of the first couples to book the venue on its first open day, so were lucky enough to have our pick of the dates available. We ended up choosing a date almost a year from the day we booked!

I’d been interested in the venue since The Apartment Group announced the plans to build a new venue in Otterburn, and we fell in love with Le Petit Chateau the moment we saw its Belle Époque on the open day. We loved the idea of being in one venue for the entire day, so we wouldn’t have to travel between the ceremony and reception.

A Pretty Wedding at Le Petit Chateau (c) Kristos Kabiotis (37)

We had no specific theme for the day, but I loved the idea of naming the tables after places we’d visited on our trip to New York, where we got engaged. We used Central Park as the top table.

I knew I wanted to have a neutral/pastel colour scheme, which would contrast with the venue and its colourful gardens during the summer.

A Pretty Wedding at Le Petit Chateau (c) Kristos Kabiotis (15)

I searched for hours online looking at different wedding dress designers and visited around seven bridal shops trying on almost every style of dress, but nothing was exactly what I wanted. I eventually went to Wed2B at Gateshead, after it was recommended by a colleague and tried on even more dresses…until I found the one! It had everything I had envisioned, and I knew straight away that this was what I wanted to walk down the aisle in.

Rory didn’t want to go for something conventional and had his heart set on a dark tweed suit. We heard about Master Debonair in Boldon from a friend, so Rory and his dad (who was also his best man) went to try on some suits, along with my dad. The guys in the shop were great and allowed Rory, and both dads to try on several suits whilst enjoying a couple of beers (I arrived after work and was delighted to find a glass of prosecco on arrival). Rory eventually decided on a dark blue slim cut suit – he looked very dapper! Rory also selected a skeleton pocket watch and a champagne coloured tie and pocket square.

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real wedding recap 2018: cool botanics for an urban warehouse wedding – kate & russell

June 1st, 2018 | Rachel Parry

An Urban Warehouse Wedding in Sheffield (c) Ellie Grace Photography (42)

It’s holiday season here on the blog, and as the editorial team take a short break, we’ll be leaving you with a reduced blogging schedule so that you still get your daily dose of wedding lovely. Usual service will recommence on Monday 4th June 2018 but in the meantime watch out for recaps of some of our favourite Real Weddings from the first half of the year so far. 

Drop in every day for the very prettiest, most unique wedding inspiration and – if you are a Brides Up North bride – to see if your real wedding was one of our top picks.

If anything’s going to give you that Friday feeling it’s the awesome wedding of Russell and Kate that we’re sharing with you this morning.

All the weddings shared on our pages are special, but this one is extra special for not one, but two reasons. This beautiful and hilarious pair are some of mine and Andy’s best mates (see if you can spot us in the pics, Andy has somewhat of a lead role!) so we got to experience this super fun day first-hand. Furthermore, this weekend marks Russell and Kate’s first wedding anniversary, so we’re sending big love and congratulations their way by reliving their amazing celebrations.

Hand on heart the most fun we’ve ever had at a wedding – and perhaps down to Russell and Kate’s relaxed and carefree approach to both the planning and the big day itself. This resulted in a beautifully personal ceremony, complete with a sip of rum, a sun-drenched street party drinks reception (the weather sure was a whole lot different this time last year!) and one epic wedding reception at a cool warehouse venue.

You only have to look at these images to see how much fun, laughter and love filled the day – thankfully it was worth my two-day hangover and injured ankle – as Kate puts it “it was like the best night out – ever!”

So, let’s get the party started…

With images by Ellie Grace Photography.

An Urban Warehouse Wedding in Sheffield (c) Ellie Grace Photography (33)

kate says: We got engaged in Richmond Park, London, in May 2016. The park is famous for stags and it was fawn season, so we went to look at the little fellas. Russell was trying to get me to sit down, but I was larking around with branches pretending to be a stag and he was getting stroppy at me, which is unlike him, so I knew something was up. I eventually sat down and he proposed by asking “Do you want to make this forever” which is uncharacteristically romantic for Russell so I had to say yes!

An Urban Warehouse Wedding in Sheffield (c) Ellie Grace Photography (46)

Our wedding day was 25th March 2017. We picked this date because it was International weekend, which means Sheffield Wednesday were definitely not playing. We are both big football fans (as are the majority of our friends) so we couldn’t miss a match for something as trivial as our wedding.

We had our wedding ceremony at 99 Mary St. in Sheffield. We saw the venue on Instagram and just loved the exposed brick and hanging lighting. We had a humanist ceremony and made our vows really personal. It included readings from our friends and funny memories we both share. We wanted to make the day fun and not too sentimental and the ceremony was just perfect for that. We cannot recommend our celebrant Daniel Glastonbury enough, he wrote our service so perfectly. As part of the proceedings we also had a rum drinking ceremony, which was supposed to represent the bond we share, but really it was an excuse to get the party started!

Our reception was at Trafalgar Warehouse, also in Sheffield, which we found through Inner City Weddings. We thought what better way to end our wedding than with a big warehouse party!?

An Urban Warehouse Wedding in Sheffield (c) Ellie Grace Photography (54)

We didn’t intentionally choose a theme but with the venues that we picked, a theme organically occurred as a kind of urban meets foliage mash up.

Overall, we just wanted the wedding to be relaxed and fun – not too over styled. With lots of greenery!

I know nothing about flowers but love the outdoors so decided to stick with foliage/green colour scheme mixed in with natural tones.

An Urban Warehouse Wedding in Sheffield (c) Ellie Grace Photography (30)

When it came to my dress, I didn’t go to any shops to try on as I’m not really that girly, so instead I bought my dress online from Monsoon. I didn’t want anything too big, or frilly, or heavy but knew I wanted a fitted long-sleeved dress because, let’s face it, Sheffield in March isn’t going to be that warm. It was the first and only dress I tried on and it fitted perfectly so I kept it!

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real wedding recap 2018: savannah miller for an urban luxe wedding at holmes mill – stacy & andy

May 31st, 2018 | Laura McDonagh

A Cool Wedding at Holmes Mill (c) S6 Photography (18)

It’s holiday season here on the blog, and as the editorial team take a short break, we’ll be leaving you with a reduced blogging schedule so that you still get your daily dose of wedding lovely. Usual service will recommence on Monday 4th June 2018 but in the meantime watch out for recaps of some of our favourite Real Weddings from the first half of the year so far. 

Drop in every day for the very prettiest, most unique wedding inspiration and – if you are a Brides Up North bride – to see if your real wedding was one of our top picks.

Stacy and Andy’s stunning day represents the best of two very different wedding worlds, with wild, windy Wuthering Heights-style portraits at the top of Pendle Hill placed alongside the laidback industrial cool of Holmes Mill in Clitheroe.

From the moment this decisive pair stepped foot in the venue they just knew it was for them – falling instantly in love with its exposed stone walls, cool lighting and chic industrial features. Their theme evolved organically, with lots of dark red, evergreens, candlelight and Stacy’s Edwardian-style dress setting an effortlessly elegant tone for a spectacular winter feast. The Northern Soul and Hacienda-influenced playlist and pie, pea and chips supper gets a big thumbs up from us and, quite frankly, pushes Stacy and Andy into poll position as our current festive wedspo favourites.

There’s so much to crush on in these images, from the vintage cocktail glasses to the unfettered emotion in those triumphant fist-pumping shots taken outside the church. So, without further ado, it’s time to indulge in some beauty!

With images by S6 Photography.

A Cool Wedding at Holmes Mill (c) S6 Photography (39)

stacy says: Andy’s proposal was a complete surprise. We were spending Christmas 2016 separately with our families (mine in Lancashire, Andy’s in Berkshire) as we both live and work in London so don’t get much time with them throughout the year. On Christmas morning, Andy made the four-hour drive up to surprise me at my parents’. I answered the door, and my mum and dad – who knew he was coming – were so excited that they appeared at the door too, along with my brother. When I opened it to find him on the doorstep on one knee, he proposed to all of us! We had such an amazing Christmas Day – my mum had already set the table for five (I hadn’t even noticed), and we all ate Christmas dinner together, then drank champagne and danced into the small hours.

A Cool Wedding at Holmes Mill (c) S6 Photography (17)

Our wedding was 30th December 2017. The date wasn’t significant, we just didn’t want to be engaged for a long time, and I always liked the idea of a winter wedding over a summer wedding because of all the aesthetics, with cosy candlelight and dark colours and foliage.

The ceremony was at St Peter & St Joseph RC church in Rossendale, Lancashire. The church is special to me because my parents were married there in 1984, and my grandparents in 1946. My grandparents Nellie and Jack attended mass there until their deaths, and we reserved their usual bench with a sign and two red roses, so it felt like they were there. Throughout the ceremony I felt that if I’d turned around I would have seen them, which was a lovely feeling.

A Cool Wedding at Holmes Mill (c) S6 Photography (41)

Our reception was at Holmes Mill, Clitheroe. My dad Stuart found the venue, and as soon as we walked in (it was the first venue we saw), we knew it was the one. We’re quite decisive! We loved how it felt almost like a private members’ club, with potted palms and nooks and crannies with comfy sofas. I love all things Victorian and Edwardian, and loved the way they’d made all the old mill equipment the focus of each room. Upstairs the function room was perfect, with exposed walls, Edison bulbs and a glass wall overlooking the brewery. I think we made our minds up before we’d even talked prices.

There wasn’t a theme but I suppose we wanted everything to be seasonal, with natural lighting, dark colours and foliage. There ended up being a lot of dark red – my flowers, my shoes, Andy’s tie – which wasn’t planned but came together well.

A Cool Wedding at Holmes Mill (c) S6 Photography (21)

My dress was from Savannah Miller’s collection at Debenhams. I knew I wanted long sleeves and a high neck; when I was looking at dresses I was drawn over and over again to Edwardian-style dresses with narrow shapes and beautiful detailing. It made it easy to shop for one because at every showroom or boutique I visited (about four in total), they only had one or two long-sleeved dresses. When I tried the Savannah Miller dress on it was just perfect – and it helped that it was about a third of the price of everything else I’d tried!

I shopped around for bridal shoes but found most of them weren’t my style. I eventually chose a pair of Bordeaux velvet court shoes from the V&A collection at Ravel, which was a beautiful contrast to the ivory dress. My earrings were from Latelita London, and I bought an ivory fur cape from Helen Moore to wear outside. My veil was from Kimberley Anne Bridal Boutique in Clitheroe.

Frankie Noone did my make-up, who I know from school, and Victoria at Spectrum One did my hair.

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