Sarah & Chris planned a sophisticated wedding day filled with all the class of a traditional big white wedding but with an injection of fun including ice cream in the church grounds, lawn games and even a bouncy castle... and it wasn't just for the kids! Wedding day photography by Nicola Gough Photography.
We created a wedding invitation bundle complete with silver foiled monogram, RSVP card all fastened with an illustrated belly band.
Sarah & Chris' personal style is all about simple design done well as we found out when we chatted to the couple about how best to represent them in their wedding stationery. As well as snaps of their bridesmaid's dresses, wedding flowers and cake topper they sent over some photos of how they have decorated their home to give us an idea of the things they love. We put all those visuals together to create this clean, elegant design with silver foiled, hand drawn monogram and contemporary typography.
When couples are lucky enough to have children weddings are so much more than two people coming together, it was really important that Sarah and Chris involved their daughter in the announcement of their marriage and we were honoured to create this portrait of the three of them together for their Save the Date cards.
Coordinating table plan featuring their bespoke stationery design...
Sorella Decor styled the venue with punches of vibrant florals and layers of soft fabrics
... table numbers and place settings also featured their cornflower blue illustrated leaf motif.
We love the way their pink florals popped against the silver accents that carried throughout Sarah and Chris' wedding decor.
Elegant. Classy. Traditional... and FUN. What a day! Congratulations guys!
Photographer: Nicola Gough Photography
Reception venue: Somerford Hall
Flowers and chair covers: Sorella Decor
Bouncy castle: A Class Inflatables
Balloons: Telford Balloons
Ice-cream bike: Dan and Wills
Brides dress: Allure Bridal
Grooms suits: Peter Posh
Bridesmaid dresses: Davids Bridal and Monsoon
Make up by Preen Make Up
Hair by Beth Hutton