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Very Vintage! A Real Wedding At The Bowdon Rooms – Ellie & David

April 22nd, 2014 | Julia Braime

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We’re so excited for our return to The Bowdon Rooms this coming Sunday 27th April 2014 for our third Brides Up North Luxury & Vintage Wedding Exhibition at this stunning venue.  You can’t beat a sunny April day in Altrincham (here’s hoping!) and a unique and authentic vintage wedding venue packed full of lovely local suppliers and wedding pretty.  Seriously, you need to see our stellar exhibitor line up!

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Is the date in your diary?  You can pre-register here.  Go, go, go!

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If you’ve picked up one of our leaflets in the area (it’s been blanketed!) or received one of our subscriber emails about the event, you’ll recognise our lovely bride & groom from today’s Real Wedding. Ellie and David’s wedding day shows off exactly what can be made of this stunning venue and their celebration, full of love, music, excitement, humour and delectable vintage details, is an absolute corker! 

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I rarely re-blog content on these pages (I prefer to keep things fresh, y’know?) but I wanted to revisit their big day ahead of the weekend’s festivities because, well, you’ll see.

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Enjoy!  And see you on Sunday…

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With images by Foley Photography

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Ellie says: This was not an ordinary proposal. it being leap year and all!

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David took me to Paris in February 2012 and everyone thought he would propose.  On our return (no proposal had been made) which was Valentine’s Day I suggested we stay in London overnight, although we will just stay in a Travel lodge as we had just come back from Paris. Little did David know that I had booked a 5 star hotel called ‘The Corinthia’ off Whitehall for us to stay in all as part of my master plan proposal. I had already contact the hotel and told them my plan and they provided an upgrade and other goodies!

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David was overwhelmed by the hotel and thought it was a lovely thing to do on Valentine’s day. We went to our room and unpacked, then I pulled out his valentine’s present – a shirt from Zara. I then gave a him a little package and said these are to wear with it. 

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Inside were silver heart shaped cufflinks my sister had made and engraved on were the words ‘David will you’ on one and ‘Marry me?’ on the other.  Now David being David couldn’t read them properly and didn’t have his glasses on, he thought one said David and the other Ellie – a bit cheesy he thought, then he said “This shirt doesn’t have cufflink holes” so I said “Put your glasses on and read them”!

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He did and was overwhelmed and said yes! He wore the cufflinks on our wedding day.  The hotel then brought a bottle of Champagne and a congratulations cake to the room.  We can’t wait to go back next year for our anniversary!

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We were married on Saturday 25th May 2013 at The Bowdon Rooms, Altrincham, Cheshire.   We loved the space inside and the sprung wooden floor for dancing, it was a great Edwardian building that had so much character and history, plus Karen and the team were so open to all the ideas I had that we didn’t want to get married anywhere else!

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The theme was very vintage!  With homemade bunting, we had bought all our own vintage mismatched china for cups, saucers and side plates, plus sugar bowls and milk jugs. We also scoured car boots and charity shops for tea pots as these were our centre pieces with flowers in them.

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The wedding colour scheme only came about after we had chosen the bridesmaids’ dresses and we chose blue floral for my sister who was matron of honour and pink floral for the other seven bridesmaids.  So the colour scheme ended up being blue and pink.

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I tried on so many dresses and always had in my mind I would like a short one and I did. I went for a strapless ballerina length 1950′s dress. It was by the designer Enzoani in the Blue range. I bought it from The Wedding Shop in Alderley Edge and I couldn’t have asked for anything better. The customer service was fantastic and everyone was so helpful!

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I bought my Benjamin Adams shoes from the same shop and they dyed them blue to match my sister’s bridesmaid dress. I also bought a sash from there by Sash & Co.

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My bridesmaid dresses (all eight of them) were from Vivien of Holloway as were the petticoats. Everyone had a white petticoat underneath apart from my sister who had pink, which went perfectly with her blue dress.

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We didn’t really use many suppliers as we did a lot ourselves, but our food was supplied by Herb and Spice and our photography by Foley Photography, Scott captured the day perfectly! Our wedding video was by www.wedding-productions.com and it was fantastic!

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I had two bouquets.  One was a brooch bouquet that i made myself, comprising of all different brooches i had collected over the years which meant something to me, I loved making this and I look at it every day on my dressing table. 

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We made all the bouquets and centre pieces ourselves and just bought them from a wholesaler, this was so cost effective and as I had made a brooch bouquet i didn’t think I would want a flower one, but as my family and David’s cousin Lesley were making the bridesmaids, I thought it might be nice for photos to have one. Luckily we had some flowers left over and made mine out of all the bits leftover. It was beautiful, my sister made mine and did an amazing job!

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I think my favourite part of the day was seeing David at the end of the aisle when I started dancing down, as he was so overwhelmed and happy I knew he was the one for me!

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I travelled in an open top Beetle called Suzi provided by Little Limos. They were fantastic and it was so lovely to drive through my Village with everyone waving. My Dad loved the car and it went perfectly with our day!

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To make the day more personal, I made and sewed pink floral and blue floral napkins for everyone. We also used the same material to make over 60 metres of bunting which decorated the room.

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Our table names were David’s favourite Coronation Street characters, the head table being Steve McDonald!

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Our favours were white chocolate coconut covered truffles that u had made for everyone and came in a floral handkerchief for the ladies and white handkerchief for the men. I love using handkerchiefs and wanted to bring it back.

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We had an American styled buffet with burgers and chicken wings and hotdogs! It was delicious. 

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David and I are not big fans of traditional wedding cakes so we asked my Mum to make us a three tiered Rice Krispie cake. this was my favourite treat as a child and it meant so much that my mum had made it, plus it didn’t cost the earth!

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We also asked our guests to make and bring a cake as part of the desert. This proved a great idea and I couldn’t believe how many gorgeous cakes there were.  There was definitely plenty of food for everyone!

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Being a Drama Teacher, entertainment was high on my list of priorities. We had several pieces of entertainment during the service, provided by my students from school. Two girls Samantha Jabangwe and Nicole Hodson sang a song each and then also wrote and played a song they had written especially for me.

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I also provided some entertainment at the start of the service by having by bridesmaids dancing down the aisle followed by me dancing down with my Dad to a song I had pre-recorded for David, I changed to words to ‘Marry You’ by Bruno Mars to ‘Hey David I think I Want To Marry You’. This was all a complete to surprise for everyone including David.  I also sang and played the Ukulele for David during my speech.

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The main Entertainment was provided by a band a found at a vintage wedding fair in Liverpool called ‘Vintage Blossom’.  They were amazing, no one stopped dancing whilst they were playing and they also happened to be local to Manchester.

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We are going to America for three weeks at the end of July, starting in New York for a few days, then flying over to San Francisco for a few days then picking up a car and driving down the coast stopping off at Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara – where we stay in a horse ranch – Santa Monica, San Diego, Palm Springs and finally Vegas!

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to try and do as much of the wedding prep together as you can as we had so much fun making the bunting and searching car boots and also not to get too drunk, then you can remember the best day of your lives!

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Congratulations Ellie & David!

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Amazing Lace. Enzoani For A Real Wedding At Adlington Hall, Cheshire – Louisa & John

March 5th, 2014 | Julia Braime

Jo Bradbury Photography at Adlington Hall

Flying by the seat of our skinny jeans this morning to bring you this rather late first instalment of the day!  What can I say, this week in the Brides Up North office is Hectic.  With that capital H.  We’re in the middle of an event sandwich: four beautiful Brides Up North wedding exhibitions over four adjacent weekends, with our biggest show of this season this weekend – but then you know all about that don’t you?  Throw in playtime with a (nearly) one year old, an appearance as official blogger at The North West Wedding Fair over in Manchester this Friday (I can’t wait), goody bag stuffing, floor plan drawing, sign writing and a husband who thinks its cool* to head off skiing with his mates during our busiest week yet… and you can see why we’re winging it a little.

*It’s so not cool Alan. 

We’re not skimping on the pretty though, because Louisa and John’s gorgeous Real Wedding at the always stunning Adlington Hall in Cheshire has real wow factor!  And that, Brides Up North, is exactly what we like around these parts. Enjoy.

With images by Jo Bradbury

Jo Bradbury Photography at Adlington Hall

Jo Bradbury Photography at Adlington Hall

Louisa says:  We got engaged on 23 December 2011 at Tatton Park, Knutsford. John got down on one knee by the lake in the pouring rain!

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We were married on 8th December 2013 at Adlington Hall, Macclesfield, Cheshire. We had a civil ceremony in the Great Hall and the wedding breakfast and reception in the Hunting Lodge.

We wanted to have a venue where we could have a civil service and the wedding breakfast in one place. We were looking for a venue that had a room for the service that was a bit special, particularly given the time of year with the expectation that most of the day would be spent inside. We fell in love with Adlington Hall as soon as we looked round. It had the wow factor whilst still feeling really intimate. An added bonus is that the whole place is exclusively yours for the day and the staff were excellent, very professional but also extremely down to earth.

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A lace theme ran through the day, from my dress, to the invitations and table plan, to the detail on our wedding cake. We thought this helped to create a bit of a “winter wonderland” feel.

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I wore an Enzoani dress from The Wedding Shop in Alderley Edge with a lace bolero. It was totally different and much bigger than I thought I would go for but I loved it as soon as I tried it on. I also had pair of sparkly Jimmy Choos.

John, his best men and ushers hired navy morning suits from Savoy Tailors Guild (Moss Bros) in Manchester.

Jo Bradbury Photography at Adlington Hall

Jo Bradbury Photography at Adlington Hall

Jo Bradbury Photography at Adlington Hall

Jo Bradbury Photography at Adlington Hall

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Set your Sky Boxes For ITV’s The Wedding Shop! Confetti & Lace Are Hitting The Small Screens!

February 25th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Now, if you follow me over on Twitter or Facebook, you will know that I love a bit of telly as much as the next person.  My absolute favourite type of telly?  Downton Abbey.  End of.

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Lady Mary and co aside though, reality style documentaries or shows like The Apprentice, Grand Designs or One Born Every Minute take the biscuit for me (although given my own personal circumstances right now – huge bump and just about to pop – I’ve been avoiding that last one diligently).  

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So imagine my excitement when my friend Abbi at Confeffi and Lace – remember our huge £2,000 wedding dress giveaway here on the wedding blog last year?! – told me all about the one hour ITV film documentary that has followed their boutiques (mainly their Pudsey branch here in Yorkshire) their staff, what bridal retailers do and some of their lovely customers over 10 months last year. 

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“Anyone can walk through the door. We never know what we’re getting. In our diary all we’ve got is a name. Three hours later we probably know their life story from start to finish.”  Marg, Wedding Shop Assistant

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The Wedding Shop is on prime time ITV, 9pm on Thursday 28th February (this Thursday!) and is estimated to draw over one million viewers. One million!  Abbi tells us that “We’re already overrun in the shops with appointments so it’s great for us, all our suppliers, associates, Leeds, Harrogate, Yorkshire and the Wedding Industry”.  And that, readers, makes me very happy indeed.

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From the ITV press centre: Every year around 250,000 couples tie the knot in the UK. Confetti and Lace is one of Yorkshire’s busiest wedding shops with up to 100 brides a month coming to choose that all important item, their wedding dress.

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The Wedding Shop provides a funny, heartfelt and unique insight into British lives and attitudes to marriage.  This new 60-minute documentary follows day-to-day life at the shop and the stories of three brides as they approach their big day. In doing so it captures a glimpse into the lives of families at one of the most stressful and happiest times they will ever experience. 

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From tears and tantrums to weather mishaps and family fallouts, shop owner Abbi Lewis has learnt to expect the unexpected and admits to having seen it all. She explains: “Not everything goes to plan. I’ve seen bridesmaids slap each other.”   But along with her two right-hand women Marg and Jane, their shared enthusiasm and love of their jobs is without question and they inevitably become very emotionally attached to their brides. As Marg explains: “Every single day we hear a different story and everything is different. You never, ever get bored of this job because every single girl is unique.” Jane explains: “Probably a good comparison, although not the same, is a midwife, who’s there for the birth of somebody’s child. You’re there for the build-up to somebody’s wedding day so if we can make that little bit of a difference, and make it perfect, then it’s a good job done.”

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We meet bride Tammy, 24, who has asked her nan Betty to help her choose a dress, as her mum isn’t invited to the wedding and they haven’t spoken for five years. Tammy explains “I do think about it a lot but then there’s a part of me that thinks – it’s her loss. There were just that many more bad times than good times, that the bad just overrules it and I just think – I don’t want you there to ruin it.” Tammy’s dad Chris is looking forward to walking her up the aisle, there is just the small matter to resolve over his preferred choice of attire for the occasion. He says “The outrageous option is the leather jacket with the big skull and the Mohican hair…”

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Jo is 36 and has been married to Darren for nine years. She wants to celebrate her ten-year anniversary by renewing her vows in a dress fit for a princess, as her family were absent from the first wedding due to religious differences. Jo is relishing the chance to be a bride all over again and there is no expense spared. She says: “We’ll do it more as a fairytale than as a proper traditional wedding. We’re not quite sure how I should arrive yet, whether it should be a glass carriage, a white horse or a pink helicopter…”

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Natasha is marrying Ches, her childhood sweetheart. Their teenage romance ended, only to be rekindled a decade later. Her daughter Taylor-Leigh is her chief bridesmaid. Taylor-Leigh’s dad died in a car accident before she was born and Natasha has been a single mum ever since. She says: “I’ve always been honest with her about the whole situation…so nobody else can ever say ‘this is what happened’…it’s hard sometimes because she’s never had a male figure in her life.”  But there is complete panic at the wedding shop the night before the wedding when Natasha still hasn’t arrived to collect her dress. Has she had second thoughts about the wedding?

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Will you be watching? 

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Stop Press! An Alan Hannah Designer Weekend At The Wedding Shop

April 24th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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Alan Hannah Eren   Alan Hannah Valencia

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The Wedding Shop in Alderley Edge are having an Alan Hannah designer weekend on the 28th and 29th of April 2012.

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Alan Hannah specialise in classically beautiful dresses made with incredible fabrics and fabulous corsetry.  I know, because I chose Alan’s “All That Jazz” gown for my own wedding and couldn’t recommend this bridal designer more highly for quality of workmanship and service.  I have since met Alan and he is such a lovely, lovely man – trust me, you will be in safe hands!  

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There is also the added bonus of 10% off all orders for bridal dresses placed at the event.
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Lucy says:  We’ll have some AH classics, the 2012 collection and some very special 2013 collection dresses released early just for us!

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Call Lucy at The Wedding Shop on 01625 584 674 to make your appointment. 

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And in the meantime, how about some eye candy from Alan Hannah’s gorgeous High Society collection….

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Alan Hannah Barcelona   Alan Hannah Cadiz

Barcelona & Cadiz

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Alan Hannah Cannes   Alan Hannah Palermo

Cannes & Palermo

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Alan Hannah Emma   Alan Hannah Toulouse

Emma & Toulouse

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Alan Hannah Vienna   Alan Hannah Sorrento

Vienna & Sorrento

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  – Images © 2012 Alan Hannah

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Love Lace – The Wedding Blog’s Summer Of Love Continues…

July 11th, 2011 | Julia Braime

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On Thursday, you guys went mad for the gorgeous 1960s inspired collaboration photo shoot sent to my by wedding blog Featured Suppliers, the fabulous girls from All Wrapped Up Events.

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This morning, the lovely continues as the action moves inside for a more traditional bridal fashion photo call.  With wedding gowns by The Wedding Shop (I am especially coveting the dress with the lace bodice and fuller pleated skirt) and accessories from another of my Featured Suppliers, Silver Sixpence In Her Shoe, this is just beautiful.

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Lets get another week on the Brides Up North wedding blog off to a flying start!

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Photographer:  Phil Barrett: Pb ArtWorks

Hair/Makeup: Danielle Horan

Venue:  Heaton House Farm

Dresses:  The Wedding Shop
Accessories:  Silver Sixpence In Her Shoe

Props: All Wrapped Up Events

Bunting:  Little Bundles
Flowers:  Didsbury Flower Lounge

Bridesmaids dresses: 1960s Bride
Bride – Alex Outhwaite

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It’s the Summer Of Love!

July 6th, 2011 | Julia Braime

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Well, well, well.  Here at the Brides Up North wedding blog HQ, the treats just keep coming thick and fast.  I had some very exciting news this week about a little collaboration for Brides Up North (more on that later) and I was, like, giving diamonds away last night.  Click here for your chance to win some!

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Talking of fab collaborations, Brides Up North Featured Supplier All Wrapped Up Events sent me this absolutely amazingly gorgeous Summer of Love photo shoot to share on the wedding blog this morning.  It’s a two part piece, so with more to share later in the week be sure to keep logging on to Brides Up North!  Without further ado, lets hear from All Wrapped Up Events

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The idea from the shoot came from looking through old photo’s of my mum and dad’s wedding, they looked so cool and retro and when I saw the photos of them and everyone around them I really wanted to try and recreate something special

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I’m always one for a good photo shoot, not necessarily being in one, but the creation of one is amazing. Sometimes I do feel like something is missing though so with the help of a team of fantastic suppliers and friends I think you will agree we certainly did pull it off!
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I cannot thank everyone enough for all their help and for Heaton House Farm who let us use their wonderful venue, they have just gained approval for outdoor ceremonies under the pagoda which is fantastic news!

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We had a great day, it was a lot of fun, and yeah the rain held off the end part of the shoot… the bit with the picnic and the outdoor guests… but as you’ll see in the next instalment (coming up soon on the
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I want to do a special thank everyone not involved in the wedding world who gave up their time to be involved in the day, Alex the bride, Lee the groom , Lisa the Registrar ( & Lee’s wife!) Harley & Natalie the bridesmaids, Chris the best man and Alambra and Joanne who came to be guests in the outdoor picnic but it didn’t turn out that way unfortunately!

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But for now, we hope you enjoy our 1960s summer of love (and rain) photo shoot…

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Special shout out to all the wonderful suppliers involved in the day:

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Photographer:  Phil Barrett: Pb ArtWorks

Hair/Makeup: Danielle Horan

Venue:  Heaton House Farm 

Dresses:  The Wedding Shop
Accessories:  Silver Sixpence In Her Shoe

Props: All Wrapped Up Events

Bunting:  Little Bundles
Flowers:  Didsbury Flower Lounge

Bridesmaids dresses: 1960s Bride
Bride – Alex Outhwaite 
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Part two – coming soon to Brides Up North…

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