It sounds cliché when people say ‘you will know when you find your dream dress’ but Harriet is a firm believer in this theory. She visited a bridal boutique in London ad as soon as she tried on a Galia Lahav design, she fell in love and was super excited to walk down the aisle in The Green Room at Botleys Mansion. The style she chose was totally unique to any other she had looked at, and it was in face a two-piece, giving her the flexibility to change her look during the evening reception. The shaping of the dress and the delicate Chantilly lace with detailed embroidery gave this gown a true princess feel. Harriet wore light, ivory satin Christian Louboutin heels and had her hair tied back in a low but long ponytail which looked sensational. Make up artist, Lauren Christy, made the bride look stunning and hair stylist, Rebecca Elgar, ensured Harriet’s hair-do stayed in place throughout the day and night.
Harriet asked her sister to act as her bridesmaid and Maid of Honour during the wedding and bought her a stunning gown from Australian designer Portia and Scarlett. One little flower girl wore a dress designed by Harriet and a friend.
The groom, Jon, wore a bespoke dinner suite in a French Navy shade from groomswear specialist Stephen Bishop Suiting in Woking. His jacket featured black lapels and trousers with black tape down the sides. He had personalised initials sewn in to the suite and wore patent Christian Louboutin shoes to complete his look.