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A Hand Painted Floral Wedding Dress & Nature Inspired Wedding

  • If you're considering wearing an outfit that is a little bit different, I think you're likely to love the exquisite gown worn only at that summertime wedding. Hand-painted and appliquéd, the bride to be designed it to suit her relaxed, organic, nature-themed wedding in Surrey. Please meet Katrina and Marcus, whose relaxed, DIY wedding on 31 August 2019, occurred outdoors at a blank canvas venue near Redhill in Surrey.

    The couple was inspired by the countryside great thing about their farm venue, their love of British nature plus some of their favourite films, was to drag together this whimsical and utterly charming wedding styling. The couple met at university where we both of them studying film.

    "Marcus proposed on 29 September 2017, in the end, were in Disneyland Paris celebrating my thirtieth birthday. He hadn't planned to propose but we’d had such a good time that around the last day he decided it had been the perfect opportunity. Marcus knew I didn’t desire a public proposal so he was able to find a quiet spot somewhere so it had been just the two people. As soon because he got recorded on one knee I burst into tears. Neither of us can remember what we should say to one another now although I said yes!"

    The bride's charming, hand-painted wedding dress, spattered with beautiful meadow flowers, is a bespoke piece through the talented designer.

    "When we first discussed my ideas for the gown, I feel like I had a very varied mixture of styles and influences. My Pinterest board would be a mess of whimsical, fairytale-style dresses, more clean-cut contemporary dresses and brightly coloured floral dresses. I wanted an outfit that felt like 'me'. I loved having something unique and I loved being a member of the design process for the gown." Here

    The grown-up bridesmaids wore V-neck, maxi tulle green bridesmaid dresses.

    "I was especially happy with the bridesmaids' dresses. I remember worrying a great deal about them because I wanted everyone to feel at ease on their day. I wanted to look for a style that will suit everyone and that will be comfortable to put on all day. I also wanted a colour that will complement the shades in my dress."

    The little flower girls wore pretty, white floral dresses from Monsoon.

    "We bought some coloured ribbon to exchange for the white ribbon they included and bought them both matching trainers because I wanted these phones to have a pop of colour."

    The bride and her father travelled towards the Farm inside a classic Morris Minor.

    "Noel drove Dad and me towards the ceremony. I didn't originally plan to possess a wedding car because I was getting ready within an Airbnb which was close to the venue but my mum convinced me. I’m so glad I did because I loved travelling to the wedding with my father. It was among my favourite moments from your day.”

    The couple knew they wanted a DIY wedding, so a blank canvas venue that gave them freedom was essential.

    "We wanted a building with a few characters and were so pleased whenever we found Cookhouse Farm since it allowed us the freedoms we wanted and it had been beautiful in its own right. Carol has done an excellent job collecting props and decorations and adorning the barn with fairy lights, therefore we are only required to add a few personal touches."

    Words of Wedded Wisdom

    "As it's, we were built with a coffee along with a chat with virtually everyone we caused at least once. This was valuable because it meant we knew precisely what they could offer and that we could inform them exactly what we should want. Don't hesitate to ask your friends and relations for help. We discovered that people did want to obtain involved and support us. The contributions from your family and friends were invaluable and made your day even more special."

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