A Glamorous Roman Baths Wedding

Comments · 109 Views

This may be the wedding of Husna and Francesco, which happened on 8th June this past year.

I love the feeling of excitement captured within this image, in the day that lies ahead because the bride captures a glimpse of this beautiful city through the window.

Husna's lace wedding dress was by FeelTimes.

"The team was excellent throughout, coping with my endless questions perfectly. It was the very first dress I spotted online that I loved, and upon the first try, it had been an immediate yes."

"I loved the champagne color, embroidery, and Chantilly lace – but mostly, it had been the train that made it happen! Wanting to avoid alterations, I chose the bespoke option, therefore it took annually for the dress to become handmade."

"Franc and I share an appreciation of classics and spent the majority of our early dates in museums; our first trip abroad together ended up being to see Euripides' play Medea performed in the ancient theatre of Epidauros in Greece. We wanted a venue in the UK that reflected our interests, and also the Roman Baths delivered might much more."

"For the champagne reception, Gemma sang a collection list of jazz and classical crossover songs including At Last, Ain't No Sunshine, Stella by Starlight, Feeling Good, and Moondance. Gemma's role and contribution to the wedding would be a truly unique and unforgettable experience." Here

"Riki Dalal's matching veil would be a spectacular 5-meter-long cathedral style veil however when I tried it on, I was lost out of all tulle. I decided to choose a much shorter mantilla veil from Britten and planned to put on it only for that ceremony."

"However, I completely forgot this and danced before the end of the night using the veil still on."

"Our events company, couldn't have done more from the very first inquiry onwards. They installed all of the interior lightings and decorated the Pump Room with centerpieces, 5-foot love letters, along with a blossom tree canopy on the floral carriage."

"I never was someone who dreamt about their big day, but faced using the option of a floral carriage, who could refuse? As the ceremony was held through the Great Baths on a sunny day, we needed no outdoor decoration whatsoever."

"Very in early stages, Franc asserted that cake is essential and was the something that had to become perfect. We used and decided on the four-tier Neapolitan cake, each tier was Madeira sponge layered with passionfruit, lemon, and strawberry fillings."

"The exterior was candy ganache covered in grey buttercream for that marble effect, topped with handmade fondant figurines, and decorated with fresh flowers by Andrew from Jacaranda Flowers. It was delicious and we highly recommend Louise for her amazing baking skills."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"Wedding planning is a huge project along with demanding jobs, therefore you must give yourselves the care you'll need. My amazing sisters were an enormous help through the process, and I couldn't become more thankful on their behalf. Make lists, and employ a spreadsheet or app to track your spending."

Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.co.uk/

Comments