Alex and Rosie also set up a kid's play area with a grass rug and playing blocks in a vintage duck egg blue suitcase. The walkway was scattered with white rose petals from a bowl which was also used for the confetti later on in the day. The ceremony was super emotional, I did actually tear up a little bit as well, for some reason an emotional couple always gets me going, I'm a real sap! We had a few group formals in front of the lovely bay window of the drawing room, I have to say I do love shooting small wedding parties as the group shots flow so smoothly! I have no doubt you're keen to see more, part 2 will be coming very shortly, complete with the gorgeous couple shots, cool stationery designed by the couple and cute toy animal place holders! *The second half of this gorgeous wedding is here*
Alex and Rosie had a lovely intimate wedding at Clissold House which is a gorgeous, light and airy venue in the middle of Clissold Park in East London. There were 19 guests at their wedding which was perfect for the intimate setting. I absolutely LOVED shooting in this venue as it had lovely pastel walls and huge windows and a gorgeous spiral staircase! Rosie wore a cream lace dress by Jarlo and a mauve silk oriental style tasseled cardigan. Her hair was tied in a lovely up plait and bun, styled by Emma Vargas. Her and her bridesmaid's GORGEOUS bouquets (and the button holes) were made by Acacia. Alex wore a grey wool suit and waistcoat with a cool floral tie and pocket square. His shoes were cool tan brogues with red soles. The bridesmaids wore dresses from Yumi in blue and peach florals, I love how they matched but in different colours, it really complimented the mixed pastel bouquet.