"We wanted it to possess a cozy, wintery vibe but additionally to be quite modern. I love balloons and neon, so wanted those to feature within the wedding!"
On her feet, Charlotte wore sandals in sumptuous deep burgundy velvet, as well as for her big day perfume, she wore a Chanel fragrance – a present from her mum.
The bridesmaids looked fantastic in additional beautiful burgundy velvet bridesmaid dresses from FeelTimes.
I love the understated glamour and magnificence of Charlotte's custom-made, long-sleeved lace dress (and merely perfect for any winter wedding).
"I had two dresses I liked, but it was the top in one and the bottom from another! The fact I could custom get this made a big difference. I loved the lace, it had been so beautiful, and I always wanted an outfit that was tight in the waist and has a full skirt."
"We met at university in Newcastle in 2007, outside a lecture on fairytales! We have been together for pretty much 12 years. We got engaged in August 2017, so we were engaged just for over a year before we got married." Click
In the gorgeous, wooden paneled room at Stockport Town Hall, the pair said their vows one to the other, and exchanged rings from in London's Hatton Garden.
"Andrew got the diamond engagement ring made there, therefore we wanted to obtain the rings made within the same place!"
The spectacular interiors of Stockport Town Hall were designed for some brilliant group and confetti shots before everyone made their way to Stock Farm to start the festivities.
Charlotte's mum runs her very own catering business and turned her talents to baking the wedding cake – a showstopping three-tiered creation, decorated with gold leaf and greenery.
Modern, botanical-inspired stationery was created and developed, with copper frames produced by Charlotte's dad.
"For favors, we gave out homemade damson gin produced by Andy's dad."
Caterers came up having a delicious, seasonal wedding feast, with warm Camembert sharing platters to begin, served with toasted walnuts, dried cranberries, smoked bacon and apple, sausage rolls, olives, and bread balls with festive chutney (wow!). This was then slow-braised lamb and Dauphinoise potatoes and vegetables, and sticky toffee pudding served with cream and custard.
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"My words of wisdom are always to just slow your day down whenever possible to enjoy everything!"
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