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Mr & Mrs Perfect. A Real Wedding In Manchester – Gemma & Nigel

February 4th, 2014 | Julia Braime

Stella Photography

Yes, that really is today’s bride and groom’s married name – Mr & Mrs Perfect.  Don’t you love it.  No pressure or anything..!  Anyway, it turns out that their gorgeous Real Wedding in Manchester was pretty much that – a chic and simple and prettily perfect winter city wedding. 

With images by Stella Photography.

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Gemma says:  Nigel asked me to marry him on 1st December 2012, on Llanmadoc beach in Wales, on a weekend away. It was a beautiful isolated beach on a lovely crisp winter’s day.

Stella Photography

Stella Photography

We were married on 23rd November 2013.  We had the ceremony at Manchester Town Hall, and the reception at The Place Apartment Hotel, a converted cotton warehouse in central Manchester. 

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We wanted everything to be indoors, firstly because it is Manchester, so it was more than likely to rain, and secondly because of the time of year. We had looked at country locations, but decided that as we had so many guests coming not only from over this country but also from abroad, the city centre would be best for travel from the airport, train or the motorway. Also, we live very close to the city centre, so going in to see our wedding coordinator at the venue, and meeting local suppliers was so much easier than if we had picked somewhere far away.  Manchester Town Hall is a stunning old building, with high stained glass windows so we felt it added to the occasion. The Place is beautifully restored, maintaining many original features such as red brick walls and steel columns. 

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Stella Photography

Stella Photography

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Our theme was simplicity.  The venue for the reception made it seem urban chic and we also teamed this with a vintage feel with the flower displays – very natural, in small glass bottles and jars – and hand-tied favours with luggage tag labels.

The wedding was mainly white and ivory, however my husband had decided that he wanted to wear his kilt, in the family tradition, so I picked a dark forest green for the bridesmaids to match this. 

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My dress was from The Staite Rooms in Huddersfield. It was a Maggie Sottero gown (Geneva), fitted to the waist and slightly over the hips, and had a long train. The top layer was a delicate lace with floral adornments, and a a band in light mocha under the bust, which made it look quite different to any I had seen before. I loved my long train!  The dress was strapless which I didn’t think I would like when trying on dresses, but it fit beautifully with a lace-up back.

My bridesmaids wore full length forest green chiffon dresses from Fairytale Occasions in Bury. The groomsmen wore kilts in a similar style to my husband, our fathers wore black suits to match the kilt jackets. These were all hired from Slaters.

I had a fantastic hair & makeup artist come to make up myself, my bridesmaids, my mother and mother-in-law at the hotel, Jodie Smith, also based in Manchester.

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White On White. A Winter Woodland Styled Wedding Inspiration Shoot In Cheshire

December 1st, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Can you believe its Advent already?  I’ve so much gorgeous Real Wedding content to share with you between now and when that New Year’s ball drops that I thought I’d sneak in a pretty Sunday post to welcome the season.

If you’re planning a winter wedding – or just thinking about decorating your home for the holidays – there’s nothing chicer than layering white on white, as this lovely little decor and details inspiration shoot from North West photographer Amanda Balmain and floral designer Sharon Saberi at Aphrodite Flowers shows.  Be inspired to create something lovely this Christmas. 

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Amanda says:  Sharon and I actually put together this simple shoot earlier this year, but the ideas would work equally well for a beautiful winter wedding breakfast.  We would both love to work on an outdoor wedding and we thought this gorgeous tree in the pretty woodland setting was just perfect. We had such fun decorating the tree and it looked so pretty that we both thought we would like to get married again right there (although we’d have to wrap up warm)!  On the day the light was just perfect to give a warm glow to our all white winter floral colour palette. 

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Sweethearts. Berketex Bride For A Chic Real Wedding At The Mansion – Helen & David

October 18th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

And would you look at that, it’s Friday!  Three cheers and let’s celebrate by feasting our eyes on this beautiful Real Wedding at one of my very favourite wedding venues – The Mansion, Leeds.  I’ve just celebrated my third wedding anniversary, but if we had to do it all again, this venue would be seriously near the top of my list.  Helen and David’s celebration is just lovely – simple, chic and perfectly executed.  Of course, it helps that they’re blooming gorgeous too. 

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With images by Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

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Helen says:  We got engaged in Summer 2011 in Las Vegas in an amazing restaurant overlooking the Bellagio fountains.  It was a complete surprise.

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When we got married we had been together for 15 years as we got together at High School.  We finally said “I do” on Friday 16th August 2013 at The Mansion, Roundhay Park, Leeds. 

We chose the venue for the beautiful interiors, the stunning views of the park and because we both grew up nearby. From the first time we went inside The Mansion we knew we wanted to get married there.

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My dress was from Berketex Bride in Leeds. It was an ivory strapless gown with lots of subtle detailing and a slight hint of pink in the lace. It needed no alterations and fit perfectly on the day.

I wore customised converse on my feet. They had my married name on and were covered in crystals. 

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Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

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My seven year old nieces wore ivory dresses from Debenhams with floral appliqué. Our one adult bridesmaid (my wing woman) wore a floral print dress from Phase Eight.  The groomsmen wore suits from Yorkshire Menswear and matching socks from Paul Smith.

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We had Jill Ryder to sing and play guitar at the ceremony, drinks reception and wedding meal. She really made the day with her fantastic acoustic music. We saw her play at a friend’s wedding and knew we had to have her on our special day.

In the evening we had a brilliant band called Vibetown who got everyone dancing.

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My bouquet was made from white hydrangeas with green leaves. Our bridesmaid Emma had a matching bouquet. We then had table flowers to match in glass cube vases. I have always loved white flowers and we wanted a clean, simple yet elegant look.

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Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

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Our photographer was Martin from Dorchester Ledbetter Photography. We were so impressed with the quality of the photos and had a hard time choosing pictures for our album. Martin had such a good knowledge of our venue and suggested all the best places to get a good shot. He even stayed for the evening reception and we got some great pictures on the dance floor!

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Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

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Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

Our on the day stationery was by Pink Sherbet.  We chose butterfly place cards, which sat on the glasses and frosted candle holders lit the room in the evening.

We hired an ivory post box with our names on it for guests to place their cards in.

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Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

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We chose a blush pink and ivory three tier cake with fondant flowers from Bored to Tiers in Morley.  The bottom and middle tiers were vanilla sponge and then middle tier was red velvet with white chocolate ganache.

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Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

I have lots of amazing memories from the day – walking into the room and seeing everyone’s smiling faces; walking up the aisle as a married couple then onto the terrace for some pink fizz; the speeches, which were brilliant and funny and hen everyone hit the dance floor to a Michael Jackson medley by our amazing band, Vibetown.

We just loved sharing such a perfect day with our family and friends. Everyone kept saying what a brilliant day it was.

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For our honeymoon we went to Koh Phangan and Koh Samui in Thailand then onto Singapore.

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Dorchester Ledbetter Photography

My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to relax and enjoy the day. Get the main things booked as early as possible (venue, photographer, registrar) as these get booked up then take your time with all the other aspects. Book people that you trust and then you can relax and let them do their job on the day. We really trusted our venue team and photographer and felt able to enjoy every moment.

Don’t feel you have to have a colour theme, our approach was ‘if we like it then we will have it’. Enjoy the planning process, ours was exciting not stressful.

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Congratulations Helen & David!

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White Out. A Grecian Inspired Luxury Styled Wedding Shoot At Scampston Hall

September 23rd, 2013 | Julia Braime

Todd & Moore Photography at Scampston Hall

I’ve something lovely to round off another pretty Monday on these pages, with this stunning styled shoot sent to me by Stephanie of SB events and showing off the work of a very talented collective of Yorkshire wedding suppliers.  Girls, if you want your wedding day style to be whiter than white, look no further. 

With images by Todd & Moore Photography

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Stephanie says:  Whilst at a site-visit at Scampston Hall, near Malton, I was blown away by the Palladian Bridge in the grounds. Louise Legard (Wedding co-ordinator and sister of the owners at Scampston) mentioned that they were in the process of acquiring a wedding licence so that couples could get married on the bridge. This gave me the perfect opportunity to showcase the bridge on a styled shoot with local suppliers.

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

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I have always had a love for ancient Greece and the Palladian bridge had the perfect backdrop. The Grecian wedding theme is as vintage as you can get. The colours used were ivory, gold and green and the colours complemented the theme and can be seen throughout from the cake to the flowers.

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Todd & Moore Photography

I called on friends and wonderful photographers Jill Moore and Julia Todd from Todd & Moore Photography, whose fine art and eclectic style were the perfect choice.

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Todd & Moore Photography

I wanted the shoot to have a natural yet glamorous feel. The first look, was a relaxed ceremonial style where the bride had her hair down with a floral crown. The second style was more formal which included our model’s hair in classic Grecian braids and really showed off Enzoani’s Harmony dress.

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Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

Flowers were designed by Flowers By Joanna Keely. The bridal bouquet included soft avalanche roses, spray roses, poppies, eucalyptus and eryngium.

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Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

The beautiful wedding gowns are from The Harrogate Wedding Lounge. The two dresses showcased in the shoot were Mia Mia’s Summer and Enzoani’s Harmony.

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Props were supplied by venue decor stylists Catching Your Dreams. Decorations included gorgeous white candelabras, ivy garlands, birdcages and urns.

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Todd & Moore Photography

The collaboration was a huge success and everybody involved had a fantastic time and the images captured the glamorous Grecian theme beautifully. The Palladian Bridge will have a wedding licence from January 2014 and the images will be featured in their wedding brochure.

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Little Black Book

Design & Co-ordination: SB events

Venue: Scampston Hall

Photography: Todd & Moore Photography

Flowers: Flowers by Joanna Keely

Hair & make-up: Beauty Call

Bridal Wear: The Harrogate Wedding Lounge

Grooms Wear: Humphrey & Tilly

Venue Decor: Catching Your Dreams

Cake: Babycakes York

Ceremony Chairs: YF Events

Rings: Iain Henderson Designs

Models: Celia Legard & Mungo Fawcett

 

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Blushing Bride: A Real Wedding In The North West – Penny & Tim

March 31st, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Happy Easter Brides Up North!  I hope you have some eggstra-special plans for the day… and is anyone saying I do?!

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My day looks set to consist solely of changing nappies and scoffing mini eggs (although definitely not at the same time) so I thought that I should treat the rest of you to an altogether more refined celebration.  With a gorgeous vintage dress, blush coloured and beautifully put together DIY details, just the right amount of twinkle and clouds of fluffy gypsophila, Penny &Tim’s Real Wedding is jam packed with inspiration.  Better than chocolate eggs any day!  With images by Cassandra Lane Photography.  

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Penny says:  We tied the knot on 28th July 2012 at St John’s Church, High Legh, Cheshire. The reception was in our garden and the village hall next door.

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We wanted a personal, relaxed theme so decorated really simply with white flowers, big white paper lanterns, white ribbons and blush coloured bridesmaids’ dresses.

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I chose a vintage dress from Abigail’s Vintage Bridal in Rutland. It was a real pleasure to shop, an Aladdin’s cave of dresses (and much more interesting). We found out that my dress was made by a women’s workers union in Manhattan.

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Tim wore a Ted Baker suit and the groomsmen chose their own suits. These are quite stylish men!

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We carried simple bouquets of gypsophila, made by all the women of the family, the day before.

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We travelled in a Rolls Royce that Tim travelled home from the hospital in as a new born (owned by friends of the family)!

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My favourite part of the day was the ceremony. I spent so much time preparing for the rest of the event but really it’s the ceremony that counts.

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We opted for classic champagne cocktails in the garden rather that a champagne reception. The garden was filled with white lanterns, candles and ribbon streamers.

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We went to the Liverpool Flower Market on Edge Lane for the flowers and vases. Although it looks a bit scary all the people were really friendly and it was an adventure! They will take your order a couple of weeks in advance and then order them for you. Great if you want a huge volume. 

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We handmade all the stationery. The invitations were made by Tim’s Aunty Andrea. We downloaded a beautiful monogram and based everything else around it on iridescent paper with little jewels.

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We used beautiful glassware hired from White House Crockery (I felt that since we were using the village hall everything inside had to be really special). My mum collected crystal decanters for us to use at the bar. The free bar (also stocked with cigars) didn’t cost much but was great!

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We chose a stunning blush coloured, vintage inspired cake.

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Rachel Gates, the wife of a local farmer did the food – a mezze platter, pasta and a trio of desserts.

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We used Cassandra Lane Photography and she was absolutely amazing! Really relaxed and pleasant and some gorgeous pictures that I happily display – a modern take and very flattering!

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In the evening we hired a local jazz band. Tim’s cousin, one of the bridesmaids, also sang!

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After the wedding we honeymooned in Cannes. It was so glamorous. We plan to go back for our anniversary.

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to do it however you want to. Don’t be constrained by thinking you have to do it the same as everyone else. Work within the money you have. With a bit of thought it can be done much better on less money. Enjoy planning it and get everyone involved!

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Congratulations Penny & Tim!

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Nice Day For A White Wedding! A Real Wedding In Harrogate – Melissa & Colin

February 24th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Welcome to Sunday Brides Up North!  Yeah, it’s almost the end of the weekend, I know, but look on the bright side – a new week means plenty more wedding pretty coming your way on these swirly silver pages! 

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Now you all know what I’m up to today… and I hope that lots of you North East brides and grooms will be joining us – Facebook and Twitter have certainly been abuzz with anticipation for days now!  Please click here for more details and to register for your FREE VIP Bride-To-Be Goody Bag, whilst stocks last… it’s only the massive Brides Up North Bridal Bonanza (yippee)!

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Brides Up North Bridal Bonanza Grand Wedding Exhibition at Hardwick Hall Hotel Spring 2013

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In the meantime, we are keeping the inspiration flowing for those of you who can’t make the event.  Today we visit Harrogate, North Yorkshire to drop in on the celebrations of Melissa and Colin, as they say “I do” in classic English style – think white lace, lily of the valley, a lot of love and a tea party to top it all off.  Bring out the bunting!

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Melissa says:  We got engaged at Lake Windermere on September 11th 2011, and married on Saturday 5th May 2012 at St Robert’s Church in Pannal, with the reception at Pavilions of Harrogate.  We wanted a venue that was local for all our friends and family, with lots of outdoor space for the children.

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We styled the wedding as a spring vintage afternoon tea party, with a colour palette of white and spring pastels. 

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I chose a Pronovias dress from Confetti and Lace in Harrogate, which was classic and strapless with lots and lots of tulle!  Colin and his groomsmen wore indigo three piece suits. 

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I carried a bouquet of white peonies, hydrangeas and lily of the valley, bound with lace and a Wedgewood brooch belonging to my Nana.  Our flowers were by 4 Seasons of Harrogate. 

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Our favourite part of the day was the ceremony… and the speeches… in fact, we loved it all!

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Sarah Small of Cake! made a gorgeous four tier cake (two layers of fruit and two of vanilla with jam) covered in sugar hydrangea petals in pastel shades.  It tasted amazing. 

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We used Karen Peacock of Raindrops On Roses Vintage China Hire to add some personality to our afternoon tea. 

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Keeping with our tea party theme, we used gave everyone little pots of homemade jam as favours, by Favours Of The North.  We also treated everyone to ice creams, courtesy of The Icicle Tricycle. 

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Before the tea, we laid out garden games on the lawns, which the children (and bigger kids) enjoyed.  In the evening, we were entertained by Swing Thing and also had a dreambooth photo booth, which everyone loved!  

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After the wedding, we honeymooned in Mauritius.  It is such a beautiful place!

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to make sure that you and your groom stay together throughout your day so that you both share the same memories.  Enjoy every second of it!

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Congratulations Melissa & Colin!

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Sparkling White: A Real Winter Wedding In York – Anna & Lee

January 21st, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Anna and Lee’s sparkling Winter wedding feels like the perfect way to begin a fresh new week here on the wedding blog.  With tons of twinkle, crisp whites and beautiful images by super talented Brides Up North Featured Supplier Dominic Wright Photography, Anna and Lee’s day is inspiration all the way.  Enjoy. 

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Anna says:  We got engaged at the Minster in York on the 14th February 2012. I wasn’t expecting it all at as Lee hates Valentine’s Day so I was very shocked and thrilled.

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We were married on Sunday 23rd December 2012 at The Hospitium, Museum gardens, York.  We loved the 14th century building and the mixture of the stone work and pillars downstairs and more modern upstairs. We thought it would be the perfect Christmas wedding venue. The setting in Museum gardens meant that we could have beautiful photographs (thanks to our amazing photographers!) in the Abbey ruins that are in the grounds of the park.

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I wanted a winter wonderland with lots of foliage, twinkle and Christmas touches.  I used a lot of white sparkle and then greens through the bridesmaid dresses and the foliage. 

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We put a surprise guided bus tour on (with bubbly!) for all our guests. It picked the guests up from Hotel Du Vin, York and the guests then had a personalised tour of the city before being dropped at the venue of the wedding.

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I wanted a huge princess dress that was very classy and beautiful. I bought my stunning Pronovias dress from Brides of Harrogate. I wanted the groom, best man and fathers to be in classic three piece suits. The groom’s suit was a William Hunt (Savile Row) suit.  The bridesmaid’s dresses were from Brides of Harrogate also and were made by the designer Mori Lee.

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My make-up was by Julia Spink and the beautiful hair (bride, bride’s mother, bridesmaids and flower girls was all done by Hannah Green.

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I had recorded the children in my school singing a beautiful and moving song to be played through ceremony (which had many of our guests in tears). Then we had Christmas songs playing throughout the drinks reception.

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Its so hard to pick a favourite part of the day! The reaction of everyone (including the groom who cried) when I walked into the room, the relaxed atmosphere and the knowledge that everyone was absolutely loving the day and buzzing with it and of course wearing my stunning dress and seeing my groom looking gorgeous, as were all of my guests. It really was the most amazing day.

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I carried a bouquet of white roses with eucalyptus and sparkle. I wanted something very simple and classic that wouldn’t date in the photographs.  Our florist was the amazing and talented Susan Dudley-Smith.

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We had personalised crackers which matched the incredible stationery designed and made by my sister in law, Kate Wells. She made the most stunning ‘Advent Calendar’ invitations for our guests to open on the days leading up to the wedding. The guests loved them! There were also personalised teddies for the flower girls to open at the meal.

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The delicious catering was by Bradshaws of York.  My mother in law made a beautiful ivory wedding cake with flowers on it to tie in with the theme.

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Given the time of year and the fact that our daughter is only two, we didn’t fancy a long hall flight for our honeymoon. We ended up booking a luxury cottage in Northumberland, so we had five nights relaxing as a family, with meals out and beautiful walks on the beach every day.

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My top tip for other Brides Up North is to make sure you stick to your guns about the sort of day you want. If you are happy and relaxed on the day all your guests will be too. Unfortunately the saying is true – you get what you pay for, so pick out the things that are really important to you and then see if you can cut back (or make your own) in other areas. Guests will love your personalised and individual touches.

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La Dolce Vita! A Real Destination Wedding At Lake Garda – Rebecca & Mark

October 23rd, 2012 | Julia Braime

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Fed up with this week’s fog, drizzle and gloom?  Yep.  Me too.

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Rebecca and Mark’s beautiful wedding day in the Italian lakes, shot by Leeds based photographer Dorchester Ledbetter Photography should lift your spirits.  And don’t feel too bad, they even had a little unexpected rain too!

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Rebecca says:  We got engaged in Barbados in February 2010 and were married on 3rd September 2012 in a gorgeous little town on Lake Garda, Italy called Malcesine. 

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We both wanted to do it abroad somewhere, but didn’t want a beach wedding, so when we heard of a friend attending a wedding there, we did some research and took a trip over to have a look…It took our breath away so we booked there and then!

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I didn’t really have a colour scheme as such, just plain and simple and very neutral – all white and cream apart from the bridesmaids and groom’s tie.

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I chose a gorgeous Alfred Sung gown from a bridal boutique in Whalley (Lancashire) called Te Amo and carried a bouquet of cream roses.

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The bridesmaids were in a very pale peach dress by Amanda Wyatt from a bridal shop in Clitheroe called Amelia’s. The Groom wore a grey suit made by Master Taylor. 

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We had some lovely personalised fans made which we gave out to our guests (even though it rained!) before the ceremony as it was on the terrace of a castle (and supposed to be warm!). 

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There were so many favourite moments from the day… but probably the most memorable was walking down the aisle twice! The first time was on the outside terrace of the castle, and as soon as I reached my groom the heavens opened! So we all had to run down the the stairs to the inside area to do it all again!

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Although a local photographer was available, we chose to use Dorchester Ledbetter Photography having met Martin at a wedding fair and explained our unique situation, he was extremely keen to be part of our special day.

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His enthusiasm, combined with reputation and the obvious quality of his work made the decision an easy one. We were not to be disappointed and his professionalism on the day ensured that not only did we capture all our special moments with loved ones; we also have some incredibly beautiful and visually stunning pictures using our Italian lakes background.

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All our stationery was by Wedding Invitation Boutique which I was over the moon with.

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We gave the local tipple of Limón cello to our adult guests as favours, and little chalkboards with chalk to keep the little ones entertained.

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We chose to have a string quartet for the ceremony then in the evening we had a DJ and sax player for the actual wedding day. We had an evening reception when we got back from honeymoon to celebrate with all our friends and family that couldn’t make it to Italy, and for that party we decided on a DJ and a band called Manhattan who went down a treat!

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After the wedding we went to America, stopping off in New York for a few days, then on to Vegas and picking up a car then looped back to Vegas taking in the west coast from San Francisco to LA.

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be don’t expect to keep to your budget – have some contingency in place.  Also, try to remember this is your day and you can’t please everyone.  Whatever your worries are for the day nothing will ruin it! Enjoy every second as it passes so quickly!

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Congratulations Rebecca & Mark!

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We Did It Our Way! A Real Wedding In The North East – Katie-Jane & Daniel

July 23rd, 2012 | Julia Braime

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Ever since I featured Katie-Jane and Daniel’s engagement shoot here on the wedding blog, I have been dying to show off their Real Wedding images.  However, since I used some of this stunning couple’s images to illustrate my first Wedding Magazine feature on All White Weddings (have you picked up your copy yet?), I held back until the magazine had gone to print.

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Now that it has hit the newsstands, as well as being excited about Brides Up North regularly featuring in the bible of all things Wedding (up the Northern Revolution!), I am also thrilled to be able to share this beautiful wedding with you today.  With images from Brides Up North Featured Supplier, the great Sean Elliott Photography, be inspired!

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Katie-Jane says: Daniel asked me to marry him on Friday June 5th 2010 on Sullivan Street in Soho NYC where we live and work. We were married on Monday 15th August 2011 at Saint Catherine’s Church Crook, County Durham and afterwards at Headlam Hall.

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We chose to get married in the North East because we live in NYC at the moment we wanted to include our family and friends in the North East.   Saint Catherine’s is my local church where my parents where married and I was christened. I have many fond memories as a child at Headlam Hall with my grandparents, they are no longer with us so that venue had a connection.  We also wanted to show our American family and friends that there is more to England than tea, crumpets and London.

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We wanted to highlight the area’s natural beauty , the countryside,my heritage and the charm of the North East.  We chose vintage shades of off whites, ivories, cream and taupes.

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My dress was a silk sheath with a deep v back and long vintage style train and was custom made by Romana Keveza couture. I designed my bespoke veil and it was handmade by Margaret Duncan at Bridal Veil Falls in NYC East Village out of vintage laces – it got so much attention. My shoes were sparkly numbers from Jimmy Choo that I learnt definitely weren’t dancin’ shoes let alone walking ones.

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I carried sweet peas and other tonal white seasonal English flowers.

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Our confetti was lavender and flower petals, Daniel is a musician so it was handed out in cones of vintage sheet paper.

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My favourite moment in the day was when i arrived at the alter and stood next to my husband to be.

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My cousin Stuart surprised everyone in church when he ‘sang’ his reading so beautifully, it was amazing and so memorable.

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The two little flower girls wore custom dresses I designed with a lace shrug from Monsoon.  I also made their dollies exact replica dresses.  They wore ballet flats from J Crew.

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The other ladies all chose their own dresses, designer and style in tonal taupes. I wanted them to feel comfortable, be themselves and have fun, they are all so lovely but yet unique and I wanted them to shine individually. They also all lived in different places, LA, Dubai, NYC and London so we couldn’t co-ordinate the same cookie cutter look so easily.

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The first time we saw all the dresses together was on the morning of the wedding and it worked great even though all were different fabrics and shades some where true ‘bridesmaids’ and some designer such as Acne and Vera Wang.

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They all wore their own shoes with heel of choice and I have no idea about their undies! Lets just hope they wore some.

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All the other details were done by my mum, family and friends.  My bridesmaids and I even made the floral arch around the church door on the morning of the wedding.

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Unfortunately a lot of Daniel’s family from New York didn’t end up making the trip from the USA to England. He has a big family and they are all very close and it was disappointing they couldn’t be there so I made ‘masks’ of their faces that we used in our photo booth and official pictures so they felt included as if they were there.

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My ‘something’ in blue was a ‘someone’- my close friend Kate, she wore a blue dress and did a reading.  She is the bestest friend a girl could have and always brings good luck so she was the only choice for such an important role.

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Our speeches ended up being a rather long list of sentimental thank you’s and far from the usual roastings… which was sweet but I suspect slightly boring for some guests, hopefully the individual customised mini Lanson champagne bottles everyone got kept them awake.

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My two flower girls where the only kiddies at the wedding so to keep them occupied without video games I made them a goodie bag and an spy game where they had to take pictures of the things they spied such as a top hat or two people dancing, we developed them in black and white and got some great shots from a different perspective.

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Most guests stayed over at Headlam Hall so I made welcome signs for the bedroom doors that doubled as do not disturb signs for the morning after and an invitation to join the newly weds for a full English the next am.

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After the wedding we honeymooned in the Seychelles and Dubai then back to NYC to work!

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be try not to please everyone, you will never succeed! Its your wedding do what you want your way.

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Congratulations Katie-Jane and Daniel!

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Are you newly wed?  Click here to find out more about submitting your own Real Wedding to feature on Brides Up North. 

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Sun-dappled! A Real Wedding In The Lake District – Michelle & Dominic

June 7th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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It’s a double whammy rollover jackpot of Real Wedding gorgeousness today, the second offering being this beautiful sun-dappled Lake District wedding, sent to my by Toby and Hannah who together make up Red On Blonde Photography and real bride Michelle.

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Michelle says: Dom proposed on our first anniversary. We had gone to The Gatehouse restaurant in Lancaster to celebrate, and he popped the question at the end of the meal – I had a feeling he was going to but it was still a surprise!

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We were married on 26th June 2011 at the Jesus Church in Troutbeck, and had our wedding reception at The Merewood Country House Hotel in Windermere.  We both fell in love with The Merewood the moment we saw it, and for me especially it was the type of place I’d always dreamed of getting married. The views of the grounds and the lake are beautiful, and the hotel itself is gorgeous. We also loved the fact that the hotel was ours exclusively both the night before and on the day. It made us feel like we were in our own little world.

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We didn’t decide upon a theme, it was more of a natural development. I’m drawn to a lot of vintage looks, I love pretty florals, roses and lots of pearls, and so the wedding took on a very classic look.

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I chose a dress by Maggie Sottero, which we found at Dan Kerr in Blackpool. I went to loads of bridal shops but as soon as I tried it on I knew it was the one – it was liquid silk with only a small underskirt and had pearls and Swarovski crystals decorating the bodice. I also wore a small matching tiara and a tiered veil, which was decorated with pearl drops. I didn’t wear it for long though, the day was too hot!

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I carried a bouquet of white roses, with pearl and diamante sprigs from Valerie Ann’s in Windermere.

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I arrived at the church In a vintage Rolls Royce which we then used for our trip to the reception afterwards.

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My bridesmaids wore 50’s style prom dresses from BHS in fuchsia. I chose the colour and shorter length because I wanted them to be fun and more laid back, especially when everything else was so formal. I’m so glad I did as for me this really sums up the whole day – it was traditional but so much fun!

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We went for classic ivory with all the suits, table and seat covers and of course my dress as well. I also wanted to try and inject some fun into the day and the  fuchsia bridesmaids dresses definitely brightened the pictures up! I was very keen on not letting the fuchsia overpower the rest of the room during the wedding breakfast, so I tied them into the room through a small sprinkling of fuchsia glitter on the tables and ribbon on the cake. I think it added the colour pop that I wanted, without being too overpowering.

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We chose a four tier fruit cake from Imaginative Cakes in Horwich. it was decorated with fuchsia ribbon, pearls and had beautiful sugar flowers with fuchsia glitter on top.

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My favourite part of the day was when Dominic and I had our pictures taken. After such an eventful day it was great to wander off into the hotel grounds together, I don’t think we’d got much chance to see each other until then!

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My mum hand made our save the date cards, wedding invitations, and order of services: she did such a good job.

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As wedding favours we gave breast cancer pins to the women and England pins to the men, and made donations to breast cancer and cancer research in the name of each guest. We felt that the money would be put to much better use this way, and was also a subtle way of remembering those we’d lost in the day’s celebrations.

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We asked a friend to DJ for us, Kieran from Aardvark Entertainment in Lancaster. He did a great job. He played something for everyone, and I’ll never forget dancing to some Ska in my wedding dress!

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After the wedding, we went to Costa Adeje in Tenerife for a week. I’d been there previously with family, and we decided that after all the stress of planning a wedding, we wanted to go somewhere we knew we would have a great honeymoon rather than try somewhere new.

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to accept help from those who offer it! My parents helped out with loads, especially my mum – I don’t think we’d have known where to start if it wasn’t for her!

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Congratulations Michelle & Dominic!

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