A Colourful Smoke Bomb Warehouse Wedding
This lovely pair were married on 19 October 2019 and celebrated in East London – a multipurpose, open-plan event space housed in Victorian railway arch warehouses.
"We wanted to behave a bit differently for the wedding dresses. We have done a lot of amazing weddings in beautiful castles, rustic barns, and gorgeous hotels abroad, but we'd both never visited a big London wedding, therefore we thought we would stay local making use of the amazing city backdrop that people call home."
Liv's super-sexy champagne illusion gown adorned with intricate lace and clouds of tulle, is made to measure.
"I wanted something which felt different, so originally sought out very casual dresses but quickly felt like I wasn't bridal enough. I had always loved the glamour of Israeli designers, cheap most of their dresses aren't white, so I wound up going for any champagne-colored dress, which I loved. It was a part of their Shakespeare collection and was known as the 'Lady Macbeth', which I loved, too!"
Liv wore a stylish tulle veil, along with a leather jacket to help keep off the autumn chill, too.
The bridesmaids looked incredible wearing deep blue satin slip dresses, that they wore with their very own shoes and accessories, including an incredible hair chain! Liv’s new sister Holly wore a pretty deep blue dress to complement the bridesmaids’ looks.
Adam and the groomsmen looked smart in deep blue suits, and Adam added a grey waistcoat to his look, too. As a nod to Liv's Scottish heritage, the boys also wore matching tartan bow ties, which Liv sourced from Amazon.
"We didn't have page boys, but we did have my sister's little sausage dog Dudley as our ring bearer, and that he stole the show. He wore a tartan bow tie that I purchased from Etsy, and walked on the aisle with this sister Zoe."
The couple first met through work six years back, started to date four years back, and became engaged over Adam's 30th birthday weekend.
"My lovely dad walked me on the aisle, and it had been super special. I was so proud just to walk with him and loved he wore his kilt. A moment I will always remember! We walked on the aisle to Sufjan Stevens' Mystery of Love, which is among my favorite songs. I am a large lover of film, and it had been the soundtrack to some great film I loved a few years back."
The many lovely, touching moments in the ceremony were beautifully captured by photographers Hector and Charlie, whose work has graced our pages on.
"Laura and Alan from shot our special day, plus they were so fab. We met them inside a pub and chatted through your day, plus they had a lot of cool ideas for that party too! Their style was precisely what we were searching for."
"We desired to make sure that in the video, it captured all from the guests having a good time, partying away, as well as their fun, upbeat, quick editing style was the vibe I was after."
Alongside that magnificent feast, there would be a lovely, semi-naked cake made for that couple by their star baker friend, Kim.
Liv and Adam aren't big dancers, however, they did take towards the dancefloor for any sweet first dance together, and chose Leon Bridges' song, Coming Home.
"The whole day was amazing, but a stand out for me personally was the entire ceremony – seeing all in our vision get together, and saying our vows to one another was magical. And then the dancing – both of us danced for around 4 hours straight, trying to determine as many from the guests as we're able to."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"A good few things didn't go quite as planned, but we simply let them go and focussed around the fact that everyone we loved was there, which was everything mattered."
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