Choosing the Dress
Alice first tried on what she didn’t know at the time would be her wedding dress, but continued to shop around. Alice tried on a total of 18 dresses all together before realising that none of them could match up, so Alice went back to a bridalwear shop in Chobham and knew that the fit and flare style, Pronovias gown that she kept comparing all of the other dresses to was ‘the one’ for her.
Alice fell in love with the oyster shade of her dress. She made it unique to her own personal style by adding a sequin belt and bolero. When trying on her dress, the reaction from her mum and sister, confirmed that this was the gown she wanted to get married in.
Alice finished her look with a sparkly pair of Badgley Mischka heels, a low hair up do with an Etsy headpiece and this was created with the help of her wedding hair and make-up stylist, Helen Andrews.
This was all beautifully brought together with a final touch of her bridal bouquet, consisting of roses, brunia balls, ranunculus and silver foliage. Florist Louise Avery did an amazing job with all of the rustic-inspired floral bouquets, button holes and decorations throughout the day.