Vintage, vintage, everywhere!
Posted on 25 August 2015
A beautiful Beauford Belle pulled up to the lawns yesterday afternoon transporting the very glamorous Mr and Mrs Williams straight from their wedding ceremony at Sprowston Church.
As Kate climbed gracefully out of the car her guests were able to admire her gorgeous fitted lace gown and sparkling hair piece. In his speech, her Groom told guests that he had imagined how beautiful she would look but she surpassed even his imagination.
Pimm’s was flowing on the terrace as guests enjoyed canapés before consulting the table plan laid out on an old cart wheel in order to find their seats for the speeches and to welcome in the newly-weds with cheers and applause.
As guests entered the barn the level of detail was a feast for the eyes with gorgeous silk flower centrepieces – each completely different and straight from the imagination of this very creative couple. There were also crates stacked with vintage accessories and bright colours to accent the barn throughout.
Kate and David’s friends and family found their seats with the help of jenga pieces as place cards which were accompanied by a sweet poem asking guests to leave a message on the pieces to act as the most awesome jenga game full of special memories for the couple to keep forever.
With charged glasses, the Father of the Bride kicked off the speeches followed by an emotional Groom with some very romantic words for his stunning Bride and all three Best Men adding a few words to wish their Brother and his new wife well.
After a three course wedding breakfast guests spilled back out onto the terrace to enjoy the sunshine and a few lawn games before heading back into the barn to watch Mr and Mrs Williams cut their lovely cake decorated with more bright silk flowers.
As guests chilled out on the lawns awesome photographer Luis Holden stole away our lovely couple for some twilight shots before hitting the dance floor to share their first dance as husband and wife.
While David and Katie’s nearest and dearest partied the night away, Chef was creating all kinds of wonderful combinations of pizza topping to go into the wood fired stove as requested by each guest.
We are sure that Kate and David’s friends and family appreciated all of the hard work that went into the planning of such a beautiful day and enjoyed all of the details and decorations. Congratulations Kate and David, we wish you long and happy lives together as the new Mr and Mrs Williams!