Ian and Marie
Dressed in a charcoal grey suit and a striking tartan waistcoat, Ian’s adrenaline pumped as he stood at the top of the aisle. Around him, his handsome groomsmen smiled with eager encouragement. Ian glanced at his friends and family who filled the hall, and he beamed with joy when he caught a glance of the white thistles in the floral décor, in honour of his late mother. As the music began to play, the soft mumbles of excited chatter silenced and Ian’s heart pounded. When he turned to see his blushing bride walking towards him, all nerves were relieved, his heart skipped a beat and tear came to his eye. Marie looked radiant in a Stella York wedding gown, with her hair tied up and a stunning head piece made of feathers and diamantes. As the beautiful bride walked down the aisle in her Chinese white shoes, she took the guests breath away with her sparkling diamante wedding attire. The couple exchanged their ‘I do’s’ and said yes to the rest of their lives together, before partying the night away with their loved ones.
How did you choose your suppliers?
I went to numerous wedding fairs and gathered loads of info from different companies before deciding whose vibe best suited mine.
What is the best piece of advice you could offer another bride?
Enjoy every single second of your wedding day as it goes so fast. Take everything in from waking up and having champagne whilst you have your make up done, to the last song at the evening party! Blink and you’ll miss it!!
Were you nervous the night before your wedding, if so, how did you overcome the nerves?
No, I didn’t get nervous as l couldn’t wait to say yes and become Ian’s wife.
What was your favourite moment of your wedding?
When I walked down the aisle and saw Ian, I couldn’t stop smiling. Saying our I do’s meant the world to me.
What are you most looking forward too about married life?
Enjoying each other’s company for a long time to come and start the wonderful journey we are on together.