Jack and Angharad had an incredible Winter wedding in Whitstable at the East Quay Venue in December last year! Although the weather was quite blustery, that sure didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits! Whitstable was the perfect place for Jack and Angharad to get married as Jack proposed just two years earlier on New Years Eve; coming back to the place that their journey started only seemed perfect for Jack and Angharad! With a rustic, folksy winter wedding by the sea-side, it would surely be a day to remember! Getting ready at the Hotel Continental, Angharad looked absolutely beautiful in her Galina dress from David’s Bridal, with a few added alterations, such as the capped sleeves and bustle, from her own handy-work! Angharad also included a lush faux fur wrap from the Easy Shop Davie & to keep off the wintry chill The natural make-up by Sarah Rumsey really added to the chill and folksy vibe of Jack and Angharad’s day, with delicate yet bountiful flower crowns and bouquets supplied by the lovely Jane at Graham Greener for Angharad and her bridesmaids, the day was coming along together perfectly! Angharad’s bridesmaids wore stunning custom made green skirts by Fanfaronada on Etsy, gold shoes from Amazon and each bridesmaid had the delight to buy a plain white top to their own liking. Jack wore a very dapper suit from Next, a very folksy jumper from Marks & Spencer and a suave tie from T.M Lewin; with the groomsmen wearing matching jumpers and ties! As the evening was soon approaching, Jack and Angharad’s guests moved to have their meal, and the East Quay had been beautifully decorated by Jane at Graham Green, keeping with the rustic and wintery theme that Jack and Angharad wanted; small pine cones on the table, scattered with twigs of pine tree and fairy lights! It looked so magical! They surely celebrated in style and I loved running my photo booth for them to finish their wedding day story with much laughter and festive dress up!
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