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introducing: blossom & belle

November 11th, 2015 | Julia Braime

Blossom and Belle Launch (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (13)

One otherwise unremarkable Wednesday evening last month, I was invited along to a rather sensational little soiree at the atmospheric Barley Hall in York to celebrate the launch of blossom & belle, and preview their inaugural bridal offering. The creative brainchild of two sisters in law, Antonia Aitken and Sarah Cartwright, Blossom and Belle is the inspiration of two women whose ultimate aim is to make a woman to simply feel beautiful when she puts on one of their unique dresses.

With images by Oliva Brabbs Photography.

Blossom and Belle Launch (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (1)
Originating from a particularly ‘bad wardrobe day’ by Sarah when feeding her first child, and knowing Antonia’s original background in fashion design, Sarah asked Antonia if she could make her something just for her to wear to make her feel special again.

Antonia, with a BA in Fashion and Textiles, and Sarah, with a Marketing degree, got their heads together, and after many a long night over cups of tea, texts and phone calls, the first Blossom & Belle wrap dress was born.

With Antonia’s creative juices flowing, she started to think about the wedding dress designs she had previously enjoyed creating before she had started her family. Sarah, in the meantime, was using her marketing and business experience to get the Blossom and Belle word out there. In fact, their very first web order came from a twitter follower!

Sourcing beautiful fabrics and unique vintage additions, the collection now composes of Ready to Wear, Prom and Bridal Couture. Every garment is created lovingly by hand by Antonia to the client’s specification. Sarah now works hard behind the scenes helping to drive the business forward as part of her own Sales & Marketing agency, Searson Fox.

Blossom and Belle Launch (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (17)

From a custom butterfly print in organic cotton which was commissioned specifically for Blossom and Belle, silks, Irish linen and swarovski beads, each Blossom and Belle dress is completely unique. Wedding dresses comprise of a mix of french lace, duchess and crepe silks, organza and dupion silks. All the bridal dresses are lined in silk for the ultimate in luxury

If you choose a Blossom and Belle gown, Antonia will go through designs, fabric samples and your own ideas on the first consultation. There will be several fittings of both the toile in calico to ensure the fit and look is perfect and of the gown itself. You go away in plenty of time before your wedding with a gown created just for you and Blossom and Belle can also be there on the day of your wedding to help you dress.

Blossom and Belle Launch (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (14)

What stood out to me was the very personal nature of every gown, along with the collection’s ethereal influence.  It might have been the flickering candlelight or the baby ballerinas who took to the catwalk between scenes, but the vibe was almost medieval, with laced ribbon sleeves and long, trailing veils.

If you’re a free spirited lady who is looking for bespoke service and design for a unique and stunning wedding day look, you might just like to give Blossom and Belle a call.

Blossom and Belle Launch (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (54)

Diary Date: On the 21st February 2016 Blossom and Belle are having a Bridal Tea Party at the historic Tithe Barn, Nether Poppleton from 1pm to 4pm.  There will be a vintage tea room and luxury bridal exhibitors from flowers and cakes to photography.  Blossom and Belle will be available to discuss and showcase their beautiful couture bridal wear range and any ideas you have for your dream dress.

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pretty in the park. summer garden colours for a vintage wedding in yorkshire – emma & jonny

July 15th, 2015 | Julia Braime

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (36)

With the help of her groom, today’s bride Emma pieced together a very pretty vintage wedding by combining handmade decorations, dainty china, cute bunting and beautiful country blooms.

In keeping with the theme, Emma also chose to wear a 1950s three-quarter length Justin Alexander dress, showing brides that hitching up the hemline can work particularly well for certain styled weddings.

As well as taking inspiration from all the pretty, be sure to look out for a special guest at the wedding too – Emma and Jonny’s cute dog Sadie, so cute!

With images by Olivia Brabbs Photography.

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (8)

emma says: Following a first date on a rainy day at a Duck Race held in Manchester in 2012, plastic ducks have always been a bit of a ‘thing’ for us. I had bought a black plastic duck as a reminder of the first date, and this ended up in our bathroom. In October 2012 Jonny took me away to a lovely little cottage in Somerset that had a hot tub – I had been warned to bring a cozzie, so in I dived! Next thing I know, Jonny is coming towards me with an up-turned duck. He hands it to me in the hot tub and said those magical words…and the rest is history!

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (15)

Our wedding date was 21st June 2014 and our venue was Oakwell Hall Country Park in Birstall, West Yorkshire. We chose the venue for a number of reasons – firstly it is so pretty and picturesque. Secondly it is a blank canvas so we could pretty much do whatever we wanted in relation to decorations and the reception. Finally as it is in a country park it is dog friendly – we have a Jack Russell, called Sadie, who is very much a part of our family, so much so that she was involved in the pre-shoot and was present on the big day.

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (23)

Our wedding style evolved from a love of vintage! Like many couples, we spent the 18 months prior to the wedding sourcing vintage decorations/ china/ games – anything that we could use to make our wedding super special. Flower vases were hand decorated and bunting was handmade along with signs and confetti cones. Anything that we could make – we did!

We didn’t have a colour scheme as such and instead chose to stick loosely to summer garden flower colours. My maid of honour and bridesmaid wore different colours and then on the groom’s side the men wore different coloured shirts and ties. I wanted the colour ‘scheme’ to match our ‘theme’ so it was miss-matched coloured!

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (27)

In keeping with the vintage 1950s feel, I had a desire for a three-quarter length dress – however it took trying on all styles for me to realise that I truly did want a short dress. Once I got my Justin Alexander dress from Elegance of Scholes on there was no going back – I twirled and twirled like a loon! Dress – found!

I really couldn’t see Jonny in top hat and tails so his suit was handmade by a local suit maker using Yorkshire grey cloth. Chris, the best man, also had a suit made to complement Jonny’s attire.

My maid of honour Janet wore a shift dress from House of Fraser, and my bridesmaid Cat wore a long purple dress from BHS. Both dresses suited both ladies and their comfort was paramount!

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (32)

As we live locally to the venue, the day before the wedding was spent doing up the hall where the reception was to be held. This involved all hands on deck! We had people putting bunting up, making up cake stands and arranging tables. The juke box had arrived so music was playing and the hall was a hive of activity.

The night before the big day the wedding party went out for a curry to our local Indian. I said bye-bye to Jonny as he was spending his last night as a bachelor with his best man. My maid of honour and I went to mine and a bottle of fizz was opened (which I actually struggled to drink). The morning of wedding was actually really chilled. I remember sitting in the back yard with Jan in the sunshine! My hair was done by local hairdresser and my makeup was super natural and done by moi!

Jan and I were transported to the venue in a VW Camper, hired from a local company called VW Wedding Hire. The hitch we had was that the ordinal Camper that I had hired was having mechanical issues so they managed to source me a gorgeous cream VW Camper that was fantastic.

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (37)

Photography is really important to Jonny and I. This was the one area that we did struggle with. We wanted someone that really ‘got’ us. We wanted this person to really capture the finer details of our day. We came into contact with Olivia Brabbs at a wedding fair we attended (as stall holders). She very kindly took some shots of my stall and through this we realised that we had our woman! Our whole wedding was the polar opposite of a package, as I knew that I didn’t want a package photographer. For example, Olivia didn’t attend the morning of the wedding but met me at the venue instead, which was my choice. We knew what to expect as we had hired Olivia for the pre-shoot and my word the photos of our day were sublime. I truly would recommend her!

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (39)

My bouquet was a gorgeous work of art – so colourful with seasonal blooms and my favourite yellow roses with quirky textured foliage. My bridesmaid and maid-of-honour both had smaller versions of my bouquet.

Floral decorations were up there on the ‘required’ list. In keeping with the relaxed feel of our wedding we went for ‘hand-picked country garden’ style flowers. The floral display was a mix of supermarket bought and flower shop arranged blooms and the mix worked really well! We chose a local florist David from The Flower Garden in Brighouse, to assist and he really did do us proud! The jam jars looked amazing – and people took these away at the end of the night as a little gift.

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (40)

To decorate the rest of the venue, Jonny and I collected all the china, deckchairs and decorations for months prior to our special day. Rather than sell our labour of love on, we decided to hire out items to other brides through our company called Vintage Wedding Daze. Our bunting has proved quite popular, so too have the deckchairs, handmade signs and suitcases. We love it when people love our style so much that they want to include it in their big day, and would welcome anyone to get in touch with us!

My mum is a freelance designer and so I allocated the task of designing me some seed packets. She filled them with wild flowers and they went on the tables for everyone as favours.

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (38)

Our wedding cake was a little different to the norm. I love body products, and there is a local company to us called Yorkshire Soap who do the most amazing bath products. Whilst mooching in their York store I came across their Soap Cakes and that was it, I was sold! We chose a four-tiered cake with scents that meant a lot to us. As bath ducks basically brought us together, I had to have some ducks on top, and came by a bride and groom duck, which worked perfectly! Everyone commented that the Soap Cake was an ingenious ideas and I still get comments to this day!

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (44)

We knew that the typical sit-down meal wasn’t something we wanted for the wedding breakfast and we wanted to use all the vintage china that we had collected to its maximum, so we went with a vintage-style afternoon tea produced by Dish and Spoon in Manchester. When it was all set out it looked truly stunning, and oh-my-word were the cakes scrummy! The cake stands that Jonny handmade were chock-a-block full of goodies. We hired a couple of waiting-on staff to serve tea and coffee out of china tea pots. It was all so civilised! In the evening we had hog roast provided by The Porkery. I don’t think there was any left – that’s how good it was!

As our venue was in the middle of nowhere we had a bar brought in by a local pub. This was invaluable as it meant that we didn’t have to consider drink for the evening reception, or the any part of the day, for that matter!

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (62)

To keep our guests entertained, we hired a jukebox from Betterdaze for the whole weekend and put on songs that meant a lot to us. We also asked close friends and family, who were involved with the wedding, for their favourite songs and included them with a dedication, which made it even more personal. For the evening entertainment we had a three part female harmony group called The Memphis Belles, whose style is 40s/ 50s which was in keeping with our whole wedding.

Outdoors we hired hay bales for seating and covered them with British woollen vintage blankets. We also had some vintage style garden games for extra entertainment.

I would have absolutely no doubts in recommending our venue to other couples. At one point me and Jonny even took Sadie on a little walk into the woods (in our wedding gear) the looks we got were priceless! Having the venue for the weekend was fantastic as it made the event more than just one day – it was a weekend event!

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (68)

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (70)

Following the wedding we had two honeymoons; a minimoon to Cumbria straight after the wedding and then a longer break in the summer when we toured Scotland, The Highlands and Outer Hebrides.

A Summer Garden Vintage Wedding in Yorkshire (c) Olivia Brabbs Photography (63)

I was so lucky that Jonny was as involved with the wedding prep as I was. I don’t think I could have done it on my own. So my top tip to other Brides Up North would be to divvy jobs out – don’t try to do it all yourself. Have people that you can rely on to help you out. For me it was the small things that got me stressed – but having such a reliable groom helped.

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Sequins & Spires! Jenny Packham For A Real Wedding At Allerton Castle – Olivia & Phil

September 30th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Olivia Brabbs Photography

So I know I might harp on just a little about how brilliant our Brides Up North events are, but it’s so true!  Yesterday at Hardwick Hall Hotel was an absolute knockout!  A fabulous day, so much wedding inspiration and talent in one – massive – ballroom and so much fun.  Thank you to this stunning venue for looking after us so well and to all my wonderful exhibitors, readers (hello you!), brides and grooms for making it such a great way to spend our Sunday. 

After a hot bath and a bit of Downton Abbey I was tucked up in bed in readiness for another busy week ahead, and what a week it is!  New projects galore, lots of meetings, a bit of party planning (have you got your ticket yet?) and topped off with our Brides Up North Luxury Wedding Exhibition at The Mansion, Leeds.  Yorkshire… it’s your turn!  If you’d like to come along, click here to pre-register as a VIP Bride To Be

That’s all behind the scenes though, so it’s on with the wedding gorgeous on these pretty pages.  Today we join the beautiful Olivia and her new husband Phil for their stunning Real Wedding at one of our other amazing venues, Allerton Castle.

With images by Olivia Brabbs Photography.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia says: I wouldn’t say I was your average bride. Unlike most girls I’ve never dreamt of the perfect day, where it would be and what I’d wear. In fact it wasn’t until Phil proposed on my birthday in Vegas last year (2011) that the idea of a wedding had even crossed my mind. I remember looking at the ring, then at him, and saying ‘so does this mean we’re getting married then?’

“If you like!” he said.

And so it began.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

By the time we arrived back to my parents’ house in Leeds, my mum had practically picked the venue and spent hours scouring the internet for The Dress.

Phil had asked for their permission before we went away so mum had enjoyed a three-week head start.

Her enthusiasm for wedding research certainly made our lives a lot easier and meant we were free to head back down to London and back to work, safe in the knowledge she was going to be our wedding planning rock.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Allerton Castle in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, was the only venue we looked at and from the moment we stepped through its gothic doors, we knew it was the one. The place is oozing with character and from a decoration point of view, made things very easy.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Our fabulous florist, Joanna McCrea from Twisted Willow Floristry in Ripon, did an amazing job enhancing the gothic feel. She used tall candelabras with gypsophila, wax flower and trailing ivy, lots of candles to create a warm feel and fairy lights for that dramatic staircase.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Our bouquets absolutely blew me away when I saw them. Joanna used the same flowers as above but with the addition of astilbe, which looked very vintage and suited the feel of the day perfectly.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

The dress was Eden in platinum by Jenny Packham and I wore the Acacia 1 headpiece and matching cuff. I’d tried on every style of dress you can imagine as I had no idea what I wanted. But when I saw the shop assistant walking towards me carrying Eden, I knew it was the one. I felt fabulous and very privileged to wear it.

My shoes were by Christian Louboutin and went perfectly with the dress. Again, I had no idea what I wanted but when I saw them I fell in love.

My bridesmaid Amy wore a Twobirds gown in ‘putty’, which looked beautiful against the silver and bronze in my dress. Her shoes and brooch at the front of her dress were also by Jenny Packham.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

We did our own make-up and hair which was definitely the right decision. We had a lovely morning, slowly getting ready and having breakfast, and of course lots of champagne! It meant we were totally relaxed when we walked down the aisle.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Phil went for a Reiss three-piece suit with a matching tie and pocket square. He wore Paul Smith shoes and socks and heart-shaped cufflinks which I bought him as a wedding present.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

A large ornate elephant statue, a symbol of good luck, stands in front of the fireplace at the castle and when we saw it, we knew we had to use it in our stationery.  None of us are particularly traditional so we went for a laid back, quirky style with gothic fonts and the elephant as the focal point.  It meant that when our guests arrived at the venue, everything came together.  All our stationery was designed by the creative genius that is Bev Speight – my cousin’s wife.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia is an extremely talented photographer and it was a joy to have her documenting our wedding.

She captured the essence of the day, the friendships and the fun, without anyone even noticing she was there. I didn’t want her to leave!

In fact it was the same with all our guests and we literally had to be peeled out of the castle. I think that is testament to our wonderful family and friends who helped make our wedding the best day of our lives.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Entertainment also came courtesy of Booth Revolution which helped capture the fun atmosphere of the evening when our photographer finished for the day.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

We wanted our big day to be personal to us, so we had a lot of little touches including personalised thimbles – Royal Wedding style – and hangover kits which included paracetamol, alka seltzer, sachets of coffee and sugar, retro sweets and a miniature bottle of vodka.

A few guests said it actually saved their lives the morning after!

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Olivia Brabbs Photography

We both adore cheese so a cheese wedding cake was the obvious choice. The tasty rounds came courtesy of the lovely girls at The Cheeseboard in Harrogate. All our food was locally sourced so we made sure the cake was too. It sat on part of a solid oak tree trunk which my dad had skilfully chopped up a few weeks prior.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

The feel of the day was very relaxed but it soon got raucous in the evening when our band, the brilliant Northern Vinyl from Leeds, and Phil’s old school friend and Ministry of Sound DJ James Lansdown, who travelled up from London, created the perfect party/rave atmosphere.

The dance floor was packed all night and saw guests go wild with blow-up guitars, including my 90-year old grandma!

Our first dance was Florence and the Machine, “You Got the Love”. The song means a lot to us because Florence sang it at one of the first festivals we went to together. It was quickly followed by Calvin Harris and “Vegas” which is another one of our favourites.

Olivia Brabbs Photography

My advice to other Brides Up North would be to stay calm even when things go wrong, because in the grand scheme of things, the relationship between you and your future husband means more than anything. Your wedding is just one day to celebrate that.

And to party of course!

Olivia Brabbs Photography

Congratulations Olivia & Phil!

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Super Sunday!

June 12th, 2011 | Julia Braime

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All good things must come to an end.  I’m flying home today after two great weeks on the Costa Del Sol.  It was great to relax, recharge and drink far too much white wine.  Sometimes all you need is friends, your family and lots of belly laughs.  A bit of sun doesn’t hurt either.

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I’m raring to go as I have an inbox busting to the seams with superb submissions, but as I’m up in the air, that will have to wait one more day.

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Since last week’s post recapping some of my favourite real weddings featured right here on Brides Up North wedding blog was so popular – to occupy you whilst I get my Jet 2 on – here are five more!  Super Sunday will be back next weekend once my tan has faded…

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Victoria and StephenAll You Need Is Love – Victoria and Stephen by Fotografy 

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An immensely cool and beautiful Liverpool wedding making the most of the city’s streets for a set of outstanding images.

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Gillian and David

Sustainable Style – Gillian and David by Olivia Brabbs Photography

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One of my all time favourites.  Eco friendly, beautiful yorkshire venue and absolutely knock ‘em dead floral displays from Twisted Willow.

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Abigail and AlistairIt’s A Beautiful Day – Abigail and Alistair  by Sally Hobson Weddings

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A day filled with smiles and happiness.  And what a great choice for the bridesmaids’ dresses.  This bride has taste.

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Emma and MikeAbbey Road – Emma and Mike by Matt Tordoff at Greyeye Photography 

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A stunning Yorkshire Abbey setting.  With men in kilts.  What more could you want?

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Claire and James

That’s Amore! – Claire and James by Jana Kendall Photography

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Just fabulous.  A real wedding in Italy from my Featured Supplier, designer of amazing couture garters, Florrie Mitton.

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That’s a wrap for today. See you on home ground!

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Sustainable Style – A Real Wedding, Gillian & David

December 8th, 2010 | Julia Braime

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Don’t say I never spoil you.  Have I got an amazing Real Wedding to share with you this morning!   

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This couple are truly inspiring.  They show that you can have your dream Real Wedding without making a huge impact on the environment.  Hats off to them!  This is one beautiful eco friendly affair, bursting with personality.   

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Gillian shows us how its done: Being environmentally minded is important to both of us in the way we live our life so naturally we wanted our wedding to be as sustainable as possible. We wanted a high quality wedding celebration that would be as environmentally sensitive as possible without affecting the style and substance of the day.    

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The venue was the first thing we found. The Craven Arms is a beautiful real ale gastro-pub in the Yorkshire Dales with the most amazing barn tucked away behind it. The food and drink is all delicious as well as being local and seasonal and the Dales setting is spectacular, especially if you are as fortunate as we were with the weather! Mark and the team were a joy to work with throughout, making our guests feel absolutely welcome at all times.    

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Our next fantastic find was from a recommendation from our friend Nicola. Photographer Olivia Brabbs specialises in eco-weddings – using recycled materials where ever possible, sourcing sustainably produced albums from the UK and even running her office on renewable energy. Olivia’s photos were perfect for our wedding as we wanted relaxed shots rather than spending lots of time posing. Many guests commented that they didn’t even notice she was there which was wonderful.   

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Olivia recommended a florist who also specialises in eco-weddings. Joanna, at Twisted Willow, took our sustainable brief and David’s enthusiasm for cactii and other succulents and created some of the most unique and spectacular bouquets, buttonholes and decorations we have ever seen. They were a real talking point all day and the nice thing for us was that most of the flowers and plants were locally sourced and grown. Plants were taken from David’s parents’ garden and even from the walls around The Craven Arms. The table decorations used plants rather than cut flowers so they could be given as gifts to family and friends after the wedding.   

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We had the most amazing day and never felt that sustainability meant we had compromised on style. It may have occasionally taken a little longer to source things but it was amazing how, once we found one supplier, they were able to recommend so many others doing similar.   

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Photographer – Olivia Brabbs

Flowers – Joanna, Twisted Willow

Ceremony venue – Leeds Town Hall

Reception venue – Craven Cruck Barn, Appletreewick.

Favours – The Woodland Trust

Stationery – Ruth Child at Olive Wedding Stationery

All paper for the order of days, place cards etc – Eco Craft

Brides dress – Essence of Australia design, supplied by Ava Rose Hamilton, Silsden

Bridesmaids – Alfred Sung design, supplied by Angel Brides, Horsforth

Suits – hired from Moss Bros

Make up – Beauty by Julie

Hair – Mandy Spence

Engagement ring and bracelet – Mirri Damer supplied by Element Jewellers in Hebden Bridge

Wedding rings – made by David’s father Peter Hemming

Wedding car – Diamond Class

Bridesmaids car – JWS

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