Louise and Robin really pulled out the stops and made sure that all of their guests were well looked after, with cocktails a-plenty, and the most amazing menu. It’s not surprising that so many of the wedding party have BIG smiles on their faces later on in the evening! With a stunning colour scheme of white and rose gold, which has to be my current favourite, all mixed in with some bang on trend foliage, this wedding also looks amazing! A truly glamorous day filled with metallics, sparkle, cocktails and lots of fun, all captured perfectly by Andy Gaines.
We decided on a string quartet playing the music for the walking down the isle and drinks reception and I found The Vyne String Quartet online. Emily was super helpful with music selections and when I found a really unusual traditional Danish wedding song – Sondeho bridal triology – part 2 – that I had fallen in love with, Emily contacted the Danish String Quartet who had put it on YouTube and they very kindly sent her the score which the Vyne String Quartet learnt from scratch. The moment they started to play it, it nearly set me off crying, but walking down the aisle with Dad on one side and all the faces of your family and friends around me really was a special feeling I won’t forget.
Inspired by The Great Gatsby, today’s city wedding oozes 1920s and 30s glamour. Ross, an electrician, married Rebecca, a sales support analyst, on the 4th of July 2015 at Christ the King Catholic Church, followed by a reception at St Mary’s Guildhall, in the heart of Coventry.
“Our wedding theme was ‘vintage glamour’, inspired by our love of the 1920s and 30s and The Great Gatsby. From the dresses, head pieces, and glamourous make up right through to the huge bouquets and the dapper three piece suits and pocket watches, everything was inspired by this era.”