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vintage blush. charlie brear for a rustic wedding in the Lake District – jennifer & andrew

December 11th, 2014 | Julia Braime

a rustic vintage wedding in The Lake District (c) Jenny Winstone Photography (22)

Just how adorable is today’s beautiful bride? Jennifer and Andrew’s pretty wedding in the Lakes is full of wide smiles, cute touches and some rather chic styling.

We approve.

With images by Jenny Winstone Photography.

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jennifer says: Andrew proposed to me on a Tuesday evening, 19th March 2013.  I’d just got home after a post-work gym session and the house was covered in candles.  Andrew had music playing, my favourite meal on the table and wine… then he got down on one knee.  It was all incredibly romantic and a complete surprise.

We chose 30th August 2014 for the wedding day. We wanted a summer wedding.

We got married in our home town of Barrow-in-Furness.  The ceremony took place in Andrew’s family church St Marys at 3.30pm.  We wanted a late wedding to give the day a more relaxed feel. Rather than a traditional sit down meal we opted for a party vibe for the wedding reception that took place at The Crofters.

a rustic vintage wedding in The Lake District (c) Jenny Winstone Photography (4)

a rustic vintage wedding in The Lake District (c) Jenny Winstone Photography (3)

Our wedding had a rustic vintage style.  I spent hours looking on Pinterest for wedding ideas and I loved all the vintage decorations.  After a wedding planning meeting with my mum she was off collecting all sorts of trinkets and vintage items.

The colours we used were ivory, lace, champagne and blush. I fell in love with the bridesmaid dresses and worked from there in regards to colour scheme.

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I wore a simple but elegant Charlie Brear gown from The White Closet, Didsbury. This was the first dress I tried on and I loved it, but I thought I had to try on a million other dresses just to make sure it was ‘the one’.  I should have trusted my instinct because I went back for the first dress I tried on and I’m so glad I did. My shoes were by Freya Rose – Mio.

Andrew wore a suit from Mister Mister, Barrow in Furness.

The bridesmaids and two flower girls wore dresses which were concessions via the BHS website.

a rustic vintage wedding in The Lake District (c) Jenny Winstone Photography (7)

a rustic vintage wedding in The Lake District (c) Jenny Winstone Photography (9)

I picked a hand tie bouquet with a very loose garden feel to it, made up of blush colours, roses, alstromeria, veronica peonies and gysophila to tie in with my bridesmaid dresses. The design was tied with vintage lace from Posh Flowers, Barrow in Furness.

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For our photography we chose the talented Jenny Winstone, I would highly recommend her.  She captured the moments beautifully.  Jenny made me feel relaxed throughout the day, all my bridesmaids and family loved her too. Jenny built such a good rapport straight away.

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My mum and sister helped massively with decoration for the wedding reception.  We used a mixture of professionally arranged flowers, flowers from a friend’s garden and some foraged wild flowers and greenery – we really wanted to give a rustic vintage feel.  My sister made the bridesmaids bouquets using gyposphilia.  My mum covered the walls with old family wedding photographs. Many friends and family members were roped in to help with paper pom-poms and bunting.  We wanted to do as much ourselves as possible.

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We had a wedding cake made by Andrew’s sister and we had professional decorative cupcakes, in keeping with the vintage theme on the tables supplied by Christene Dacre.

We had vintage sweets for the guests to take home. Guests were also given ice cream tokens for the ice cream cart we had hired.

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My friend Amy sang our first song, while her husband Jay played the guitar.

My husband is in a band so we hired a small marquee in the garden and his band played.  It was great to see all of our family and friends dancing together, having fun.  It was a last minute addition to the wedding, and stressful finding a marquee, but it was totally worth it in the end.

My dad also got on stage with the bridesmaids to sing us a special song, which was hilarious!

a rustic vintage wedding in The Lake District (c) Jenny Winstone Photography (19)

a rustic vintage wedding in The Lake District (c) Jenny Winstone Photography (42)

For me the favourite part of the day was the morning, the build up and excitement.  I was surrounded by all of my best friends and I was so excited to walk down the aisle and see Andrew.  It was the happiest day of my life.

a rustic vintage wedding in The Lake District (c) Jenny Winstone Photography (31)

For our honeymoon we spent 4 weeks in America.  We flew in to San Francisco, hired a car to drive to Los Angeles, carried on to Las Vegas and ended the honeymoon by flying to New York.  It was amazing.  We really took full advantage of our newlywed status and got spoilt rotten.  The whole trip was like a dream.

My top tip for other Brides Up North would be don’t fret about anything, none of it matters on the day.

a rustic vintage wedding in The Lake District (c) Jenny Winstone Photography (38)

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Wednesday Wedding Inspiration: Sparkling Champagne!

January 23rd, 2013 | Julia Braime

Champagne Wedding Inspiration

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1. Floral Birdcage Veil 2. Organza & Tulle Gown 3. White Bouquet 4. Fitted Floral Dress 5. Champagne Heart Diamond Ring 6. Floral Ruffle Cake 7. Patterned Wallpapers 8. Champagne & Lace Bottle Table Numbers 9. Champagne Suede Clutch 10. BHLDN Bow Heels

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Have you missed her?  Our regular guest blogger Katy of What Katy Did Next (who you can meet in person at the Brides Up North Bridal Bonanza Grand Wedding Exhibition at Hardwick Hall Hotel on Sunday 24th February 2013 – click here to register) is back for 2013, kicking off the year with a pale and (very) interesting colour palette. 

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Katy says:  I’m back and wishing all you Wednesday Wedding Inspiration lovers a fabulous 2013! I’m still not ready to let go of the glitz of the festive period and with all the snow (which is still falling as I write) I reckon I can be excused for letting the glamour linger on a little longer. Hugely inspired by the fab frocks of the Golden Globes – a lot of pale, blushes, nudes and of course… gold, my palette for this board is a faded champagne colour with touches of ivory, lace and sparkle added here and there.

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As a bridal headwear designer, I’ve noticed that a lot of my 2013 brides are opting for bows! I’ve been making them in shiny satins, delicate organza and dainty tulle bows. I love the vintagey feel they can give to a wedding when used properly. On this board I’ve kept them on the bride and her accessories – a draped organza bow waist on that beautiful Papilio gown, teamed with champagne bows on both a bridal clutch and amazingly cute shoes. Great idea for Bridesmaid’s gifts – bow shoe clips! If your maids are wearing different shoes, matching shoe clips is a lovely way of tying their style together and a great keepsake.

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For something different in your table decor why not pattern up your table cloth with a roll of fancy wallpaper? Effective on both trestle and round tables, pick something that really suits you and your groom’s style. Layer with crockery, flowers and candles that highlight colours within the wallpaper pattern. Another use for fabulous wallpaper like the designs featured is a DIY Photobooth.

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To really let the champagne in your colour palette sparkle, keep your maids and floral displays in pale muted shades of ivory and nude or add a stylish black!

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I’d love to hear some mood board suggestions from all you lovely Brides to be – I’m sure there are a whole new load of you just discovering Brides Up North – do let us know if we can help you with a theme, colour palette or some simple inspiration for your big day. I’m ready for a colour challenge!

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Remember: the plan is to share a new inspiration board in this time slot every other week, either compiled by myself, regular guest blogger Katy or YOU: get in touch with your own ideas and inspiration boards! We’ll be discussing our inspirations behind the images too so it’s simply going to be a whole load of lovely.

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If you are a little less arty but in need of inspiration and still want to play along, we will also be taking requests for colour schemes and themes and making bespoke boards for my readers. Please contact me to suggest a theme or colour scheme.

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Click here to see previous Wednesday Wedding Inspiration Mood Boards

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Brides Up North UK Wedding Blog – Images © 2013 as credited, supplied by What Katy Did Next

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Love & Laughter! A Real Wedding In Yorkshire – Cheryl & Rob

May 22nd, 2012 | Julia Braime

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If you are feeling glum because it’s Tuesday (I know exactly how that feels: the freshness of a new week having worn off and ages until the weekend), then fear not!  Today’s Real Wedding sent to me by Brides Up North Featured Supplier Andrew Scott Clarke and real bride Cheryl is bursting with love and laughter. 

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Grab a cuppa, swivel your screen to face the wall, assume an expression of “not to be interrupted” concentration and enjoy!  Work can wait: you’ve got a wedding to plan!

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Cheryl says: Rob proposed on 15th August 2011. It was the 13th anniversary of the day we first met, unlucky for some but not us. Rob had gone to a lot of effort to cook a meal. Thinking back there were some clues but I had it in my head he was wanting to ask me if we could go on another holiday that year. Totally unexpected proposal!

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We tied the knot on 31st March 2012. We always said we wanted to get married within a year. At first we tried to book for a Christmas time wedding but unfortunately all the hotels were booked with Christmas parties so we changed our plans. The dates available for the reception fell well at the start of the Easter holiday, perfect with us both being teachers.

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We were married at Wadsley Parish Church and then The Royal Victoria, Sheffield.  More than anything we wanted a huge party with as many family and friends as we could and not making ourselves bankrupt in the process!

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We wanted the church we were going to be married in to be both local and mean something. Wadsley Church was perfect as it is close to where we live, in fact just up the road. It always puts a smile on our faces as we pass.

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We looked around a few venues for the reception but the numbers were quiet limiting and we didn’t want to have to choose between family and friends. Many were quite far out of Sheffield and the travelling would have been an issue for some guests as some venues had limited room numbers. Eventually we focussed our attentions on the city centre. Not only were there a range of hotels to cater for guests’ budgets nearby but also a range of easily accessible transport options.

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When we went into the Royal Victoria it took me quite by surprise. I didn’t expect the room to be as grand as it was. The ballroom had double height ornate ceilings which I couldn’t ignore. As soon as we walked through the door I knew that was the perfect location, also confirmed when we spoke to Holly the wedding coordinator: in the town centre; many transport options; over a hundred rooms for guests; a sister hotel across the car park with cheaper guest rooms; flexible drink and meal packages that we could mix and match, the option to use their suppliers for extra items (a huge time saver) and even better a discount with the short time period.

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We didn’t really have a theme, more a collection of ideas. We just wanted it to be classic and timeless. Nothing too in your face or gaudy. The colour scheme ended up being champagne and neutrals. I never really had a colour in mind so went shopping with my two adult bridesmaids one day and asked them to choose a colour and dress they both liked. It was very painless and everything else just fell into place after that.

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My dress was nothing like I originally imagined!

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I tried on dress styles that I thought would look good but truthfully I looked awful! By chance I popped into Blushes Bridal Studio and I knew from walking in the door this was the place I would buy my dress. The staff were amazing. I explained what I thought I wanted and what I had tried on so far. I tried my ‘this is what I want’ style dress on but again yuck! They brought over a dress that they said I should try on. Apparently I looked horrified but as soon as I put it on I felt so comfortable. A random woman in the shop crying when she saw me also sealed the deal. Thinking back she could have been crying because it looked dreadful but hey I felt fine!

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It was a little more blingy than I thought I would choose but nothing compared to other dresses.  Maggie Sottero apparently has a family history in the corsetry world which I was very thankful for.

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The two adult bridesmaids wore knee length, strapless champagne prom dresses. The two younger bridesmaids had an individual style, the ten year old had a shoestring strap, floor length champagne dress and the three year old had a white satin and net flower girl dress with champagne petals in the skirt and a bow that matched the other bridesmaids.

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They came from BHS. A huge surprise! One of my bridesmaids mentioned she had seen the wedding range in the window and it looked good. So, off we went and they had such a range to choose from!

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For my bouquet, I knew I wanted orchids and lilies as they are my favourite flowers and with it being a spring wedding I chose to add tulips. After a discussion with Sarah of Sarah’s Florist I decided on a shower bouquet. The adult bridesmaids had a couple of orchid strands and the younger bridesmaids had a moss ball with two orchids and a loop of ribbon to carry it.

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Tulips and freesias were used for the buttonholes with Rob’s having extra orchids and ivy to match my bouquet.

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We travelled in a 1930′s Vintage Landaulette from Balmoral Wedding Car Hire. The colour matched the wedding scheme too.  It must have been fate!

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I enjoyed it the whole day but I think my favourite moment would have to be the wedding ceremony above all. Mainly for the faults! Firstly the youngest bridesmaid stepped on my veil and I only just managed to stay on my feet. I found it hilarious and cracked up laughing. A great tension breaker! Secondly, the organist, I use that very loosely, he didn’t know how to play the organ. Highly amusing when trying to sing the hymns. Finally, the Reverend asked if I would take Rob to be my wife, I think he was thrown by the previous events and yet again the guests erupted into laughter. I don’t think many people will forget the service!

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Our photographer was Andrew Scott Clarke and I can’t sing Andy’s praises enough!  He was just what I was looking for. We wanted to keep everything local and I could not believe he lived so close. His style is very ‘New York’ inspired and once I saw his work I knew he would be part of our day.  Since the first wedding pictures went onto Andy’s site everyone has been so stunned by the quality and enthusiastic about seeing the other photos.

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We tried to keep to a budget so created most of the things ourselves: invitations; service cards; seating plan (with mirror painted by my fair self); favour jars with had personalised sewn ribbon (I thought I might have arthritis after sewing 120); children’s bags with homemade activity booklets and general ‘keep them busy’ items plus a toiletry box filled with a variety of bits for the ladies toilet. We gave personalised gifts to parents and the wedding party, mainly etched glasses.

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A friend’s dad and his barbershop quartet came to sing between the meal and evening guests arriving and we had a DJ in the evening. Andy set up a frame style shot for guests with his assistant Jacqueline. Towards the end of the night we arranged a photo booth, great shots of people dressing up and drunk!

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For our honeymoon we went for a mini cruse on the Nile, along the Valley of the Kings. We both love Ancient Egyptian history and this fitted perfectly.

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My top tips for other Brides Up North would be to relax!

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Think what really matters to you. We both wrote down three things that we wanted for our wedding day and the things we both said were to have a big party and have people there who we want (basically don’t let others take over).

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Get organised before you start! I set up spreadsheets for budget and guest lists before we did anything else. It was all in one place and very easy to find from then onwards.

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Set up a wedding website. I used www.gettingmarried.co.uk which is an easy to use site and free! It took so little time to setup and guests can find any information they might need for the wedding, along with sending RSVPs and food choices.

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Delegate jobs out to other people that you trust. Not only does this take some pressure off you but it also gives you some time to switch off from wedding mode and spend time with your partner.

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Congratulations Cheryl & Rob!

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Newlywed?  Contact me to feature your own Real Wedding on the pages of Brides Up North!

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  – Images © 2012 Andrew Scott Clarke 

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L.O.V.E: A Real Wedding In The North West – Jane & Graham

April 26th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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A Real Lancashire Wedding by Anna Louise Crossley Photography

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This afternoon I’m over in the North West as guest speaker and just plain old guest at the North West Wedding Vendor’s Party with Lace Bridal.  I’m probably somewhere on the M62 now, singing along to the radio and checking my lippy in the rear view mirror.  I can’t wait!

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In my absence, I leave you with a beautiful Springtime wedding from the North West, Lancashire to be exact, sent to me by Real Bride Jane and Anna Louise Crossley Photography.  There is a whole lorra love in the air this Thursday afternoon…

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Let’s hear from Jane:  Graham proposed on Valentine’s day 2011 and we were married on 31st March 2012 at The Great Hall at Mains Singleton.  We loved that it was one big room so we wouldn’t have separated guests. We loved the beams and the old world feel and the gardens and grounds are beautiful too. Basically, we fell in love with it straight away.  Love was a big theme in our wedding – we didn’t really have a colour scheme other than champagne/ gold but we called all the tables ‘love’ in different languages.

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My hair and make up were done by Hair by Vicky and Louise Maddison Make Up Artist

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I chose my dress as it reminded me of a Vera Wang gown that I had seen. It was from One and Only in Preston and and was by Lusan Mandongus. It was ivory tulle with gorgeous flower detail around the bust and waist and flowers between each layer of tulle on the skirt. It was a much bigger dress than I thought I would have but fell in love with it. 

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I carried a bouquet of white roses, tulips and lisianthus with looped steel grass by Ashton Flower Shop

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My bridesmaids wore long champagne gold gowns from BHS.

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I loved the whole day but my favourite part was probably when registrar pronounced us as man and wife!

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We travelled in style in a cream vintage Rolls Royce!

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To add a special touch we used vintage bird cages as post boxes for gifts and chose charity favours for NSPCC. 

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Our catering was by Twelve Restaurant.  My friend has a cake business called Sugar Wishes. We chose a four tier chocolate fudge cake with ivory icing and hand made roses made of icing up the running up the sides.

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Entertainment wise, we had a harpist – Maxine Molin Rose Harpist – throughout the service and canapés and magician before the wedding breakfast, with a DJ and disco in the evening.

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We honeymooned in Cancun in Mexico for two weeks with the kids! Not very romantic!

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to go with your gut instinct. I nearly always went back to my first choices. Also enjoy it! People kept telling me to relax before hand and as soon as I did I loved every second.

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Congratulations Jane & Graham!

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Would you like to share your Real Wedding memories or engagement shoot on the wedding blogGet in touch!

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  – Images © 2012 Anna Louise Crossley Photography

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