This is continued from part 1 which can be found here. If you haven't seen their ceremony yet go back and read that post because it's well worth it! Picking up from after the ceremony, the drawing room was turned over for their reception whilst they had really tasty canapes and presse summer drinks in the lobby and outdoor patio. Little hooray wands and white rose petals were handed out to all the guests to do a confetti exit. The wedding stationery was designed and created by the couple, the placeholders were white and pink animal toys with tags around their neck. There was a superb array of healthy colourful foods provided by Ottolenghi which I was really impressed with, I'd never had tahini and aubergine before!
Check out their gorgeous DIY stationery and little goodie bags for the kids complete with name tags and heart mini clips!
The setting was perfect for the lush couple shots, man I can't get over these and the beautifulness of everything! Just look at their floral details!!! *wiggly arm flail* I think gypsophila bouquets have just been taken up a notch with the lovely mixed flower and mixed ribbons in peaches and blues!! How modern and elegant is Rosie's backless cream lace dress!
The speeches were all so lovely and moving, full of tears and laughter which is how all wedding speeches should be :)
After the wedding dinner the couple walked through Clissold Park to continue on to The Renaissance Hotel for cocktails. The sun came out to play which seemed like the perfect conclusion to a lovely Summery wedding!