Dusky Purple Vintage Tythe Barn Wedding With Hot Air Balloons! Steph & Joe

Holey moley do I have some beautiful photos for you today. You might remember a few weeks ago I featured the beautiful sunny engagement shoot of Steph and Joe shot by Albert Palmer. Well, now I am even more thrilled to share their beautiful wedding. Thanks so much to Albert for sharing these pics, I literally let out a little “awww” when I saw them for the first time and then continued to obsess over them for the rest of the afternoon. The colours are just so stunning and doesn’t Steph make such a beautiful bride? Aren’t the photos with the hot air balloons amazing?! Don’t you just love the super cute moments caught on camera with the kids? I literally am dying of amazingness. I think it probably has to do with the Dad factor as well, because not only is this an extremely beautiful wedding but also Steph’s father co-led the ceremony. With their wedding ceremony at St. Mary’s Church in Bristol and the reception at the beautiful Tythe Barn, I could not imagine a more beautiful day.

So a bit about the lovely bride and groom…Steph wore a beautiful lace gown by San Patrick from Pronuptia and Rachel Simpson shoes accented with a stunning 1950s vintage accessories set from Katherine Swaine., while Joe’s suit was tailor-made Jeff Banks at Debenhams. The overall theme of the wedding was vintage inspired with dusky purples, creams and accents of lace and pearls (hello simply sweet napkin ties!) Vintage teacups, cake stands and accessories purchased on ebay and from Steph’s granny were used around the venue to add to the overal feel of the evening and the flowers and centerpieces were designed by Bella and Fifi. The bridesmaids wore Monsoon dresses and shoes and super cute Red-Herring headbands from Debenhams. Stationary was designed by Steph and her twin sister Susannah Webber.

Advice from the Bride:
It’s the little things that you make or you find that makes it personal to you and more special. Nothing is right or wrong, just go with what you find fun and be adventurous.

Any regrets?
After a bad hair trial, I decided to get my sister to do it. I loved it, but wish I had tried another hairdresser to get the fingerwaves I really wanted 🙂

Best decision made:
Other than the man I married :)…I’d say asking my sister to do the stationary. It was truly amazing!!

Make sure to check out Albert’s website or more info and have a fabulous day!

 




 

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