A Classy & Elegant Wedding at Holywell Hall
Today's achingly elegant country house wedding comes complete full of probably the most incredible details.
"Timeless elegance was what we should go for. We desired to look back on our wedding in 10, 20, or 3 decades, as well as for it to still feel elegant and classy. We stayed away from current wedding trends and tied to classic colors, wildflowers, and incredibly much used the elegance of Holywell they are driving our choices. Our color pattern was plenty of whites, greens, champagnes, and splashes of deep plum and lilac through the flowers."
"I was torn between getting a gown befitting of Holywell's grandeur, then one I could easily move about in and dance the night time away. By designing an outfit with Emma, I could possess the best of all possible worlds. I loved the tulle skirt probably the most, with hand-stitched flowers cascading all the way through."
"Six along with a half years as we met, I got a tap around the shoulder at the office. One of my close friends was standing over me, telling me to choose her immediately – Jamie was waiting outside. Filled with panic and confusion, I packed up my things, ran it past my boss (who had been in around the whole thing), and went outside to locate Jamie waiting having a taxi."
"We took the short 15-minute journey home, then Jamie said, 'Okay, you've got 30 minutes to pack a bag, we're heading somewhere cold.’Still confused through the whole thing, I packed a bag, and off we went – to Heathrow Airport."
"Jamie had surprised Megan to have a trip to New York, explaining it away is an early Christmas gift. Waking up within the city around the 9th December, these were greeted with a blanket of freshly fallen snow outside, and they also wrapped up warm and headed out for coffee."
"Coffee at hand, we strolled via a quiet Central Park at 9 am, heading for the lake. Under the bridge, a violinist was playing Tears in Heaven; it had been simply beautiful. We sat close to the lake to consider a photo. Jamie set up the camera, and cheekily pressed record."
"While I thought I was waiting to consider a picture, Jamie sat alongside me and brought out a piece of paper. He'd written me a poem concerning the past six along with a half years together – I was laughing and crying, until he finished using the line: 'Six along with a half years back, I asked you back for any cup of tea; Slightly different question this time around [gets recorded on one knee] Will you marry me?'"
"I somehow was able to blubber out 'Yes', and that we hugged and cried, and hugged more. I looked down at my watch – 9.19 am. The time is significant because I was born around 19.09.1991 at 9.19 am. Nine happens to be my lucky number! So not just had he proposed around the 9th December, but at 9.19 am too. Serious kudos for him."
Megan and Jamie first met at Loughborough University eight years back, at a sports fair where Jamie was overseeing the wakeboarding club stand.
"I suddenly spotted a tall, dark, handsome chap. I am bowled over by his handsome looks, I considered my friend and just said, 'I want that certain!' It was instant! I casually made my way to introduce myself, we've got chatting, exchanged details, and before we knew it, a couple of days later, we found ourselves at the same party following a day of wakeboarding. Being a gentleman, Jamie invited me to his house for any cup of tea, and also the rest is history."
Jamie and the groomsmen looked smart and handsome in matching, classic morning suits from Surbiton.
The bridesmaid dresses paired their charming, flower-sprigged dresses using their shoes and jewelry, and also the flower girls looked lovely in white tops with ruffled shoulders and bespoke tutus.
"I struggled for a long time trying to locate bridesmaid dresses that were classy and comfortable, but a little different. I found my making your decision by on so that as soon because they arrived, I fell in love. The girls said these were super comfy, and also the tulle bottom matched my dress perfectly."
Included within their sweetly personalized ceremony would be a special reading from Megan's Gramps, who wrote an interesting poem about marriage. As well as this, Jamie's Mum read her favorite poem in Dutch, there was also an attractive one by Philip Pullman, to reflect Jamie's love of science.
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"Capture memories in every way you can. We set up a video diary room, where guests could record a note. It was a lot like a twenty-first-century guestbook. We also asked our friends with great cameras to consider loads of pictures, in addition to the photographer and videographers."
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