How fitting then, that today's bride Leanne wore a wonderful, embroidered feeltimes gown at her intimate outdoor wedding on the Cheshire farm. With a wedding between lockdowns, the pair had to have serious changes and compromises but enjoyed their celebration that also took inspiration using their love of traveling, food, and music.
"I didn't wear my wedding gown and luckily it stayed dry and allowed us to marry within the gardens. This also meant our guests didn't have to wear masks and allowed us a little bit of normality. At the time, weddings were legally necessary to be kept towards the 'shortest possible time' and for that reason, we didn't choose our vows, however, the ceremony still felt perfect and our guests all commented how special it felt. After we enjoyed a glass of champagne at the wedding and we all shared afternoon tea."
"We met through mutual friends at university and became a product after we finished in April 2013. We got engaged in April 2019 in your own home which was completely unexpected because I always thought I would have the ability to guess when he'd propose."
"I let my bridesmaids select bridesmaid dresses they wish to wear and allow them to pick their not formal and very own dresses. We desired to feel comfortable and relaxed and also have our guests believe too. We love traveling, food and music so these are the biggest parts of our theme."
The groom wore a good, dark, two-piece suit having a tweedy tie.
Leanne wore her gorgeous blonde hair down in soft waves, adding inside a gorgeous, embellished floral hairpin, which she intends to wear in the coming year too. She also wore simple pearl earrings along with a necklace.
To record their day, SJ and Simon were available and I love these chilled-out yet romantic photos and people's beautiful, beautiful couple shots of Leanne and Liam within the harvest fields.
"We loved their relaxed type of pictures that looked timeless. We hate having our pictures taken and loved the way they seemed to capture a lot of natural shots. They were so supportive from beginning to end and up for that challenge regardless of the constantly changing restrictions."
"They were so friendly a lot so we thought these were friends of ours from university, despite never meeting them before! I also think getting them to photograph our micro wedding will help with the photos at our reception in the coming year."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"Don't sweat the little stuff. Enjoy your entire day and enjoy your newlywed's company and take time to become together. The things you believe are important before the marriage and within the run-up aren't the things that you remember after the marriage."
Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.co.uk/