Modern, Contemporary, City Wedding Vibes

Today we're in Leeds to have an August wedding where elegance and glamour meet DIY flower joy. This may be the wedding of Cat, an instructor, and Andy, who works in IT, who chose and nearby blank canvas venue for his or her celebration on 11 August.

"I thought the green and white floral scheme would look wonderful in the urban chic venue and I always wanted pale green-blue bridesmaid dresses gowns. Everything else was pretty eclectic and merely fell into place. Our definitive goal was for everybody to have tonnes of fun."

The groom decided on a slick black-tie look, just wonderful from the urban backdrop, and chose his suit.

"His burgundy tartan bow tie and pocket square were from. Andy's mum is Scottish so this would be a nod to his heritage."

"There were lots of groomsmen and we were on a tight budget so we asked these phones to wear their very own navy blue suits. We hired suits from Slaters for groomsmen who didn't have their very own navy suit. The bridesmaids weren't matching exactly either and we both like this look. We bought burgundy bow ties, socks, and pocket squares to tie everything together."

The couple met inside a bar in Leeds in 2014 and took eleven months for her wedding preparations.

"Andy proposed in August 2017 on the beach in Cornwall."

Cat was keen to possess a lace gown, and she or he found the appearance of her dreams by at. This exquisite, fitted number using its long sleeves and subtle boho vibe has a lot of wonderful detail. It fits the bride to be so well and I adore the gorgeous flow from the trailing skirt.

"I knew I wanted a lace dress and I loved the detail around the sleeves, train, and cut-out detail around the back. I wanted an outfit that felt bridal enough for that ceremony in Leeds Minster but boho and relaxed for that party and dancing at Lambert's Yard afterward. This ticked all of the boxes for me personally."

The bridesmaids complemented one another in their pale green floor-length gowns and bracelets.

Make-up artists polished girls to perfection as well as their relaxed hairstyles were finished off by a few, fresh wax flowers.

The bride and her bridesmaids carried natural, unkempt bouquets featuring numerous foliage and white blooms, all sourced from and arranged through the bride's talented sister-in-law.

After the ceremony, the newly-weds, as well as their guests, wandered the Leeds city streets to achieve Lambert's Yard, which had been clothed with foliage hoops, white flowers, and lots of softly-flickering candles.

"We also were built with a games room setup (including beer and Prosecco pong) along with a pick and mix sweet table which kept spirits high. We made our very own photo booth utilizing a Polaroid Instax camera and also the (hilarious) photos were stuck into our guestbook."

"How enjoyable are our family and friends! The atmosphere in the reception was electric and everyone was dancing through the night, including Andy's 88 years old granny."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"Don't be worried about other people's opinions or ideas about how exactly a wedding ought to be. Be true to yourselves and try to not obsess over tiny details."

"Also, take a moment during the day for the two of you to stand back watching your guests enjoying all your hard work and planning."

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