Your Gloucestershire and Wiltshire Wedding - February/March 2023 (Issue 37)

“I appreciated having my bridesmaids with me while getting ready on my wedding morning.” - Rebecca on the dancefloor’ which looked fabulous!” A family member made the couple’s cake which was a three-tier design featuring their favourite flavours. “These were lemon drizzle, carrot cake and a Victoria sponge layer decorated with fresh fruit – it all tasted delicious!” This was enjoyed after a mouth-watering menu provided by the talented team at Syrencot. “The venue offered so many options and we could even create our own menu,” Rebecca told us. “We also provided food for the suppliers that were staying for the day.” LOOKING THE PART Rebecca wore a stunning backless dress by Morilee Madeline Gardner with beaded straps, iridescent sequins adorning the bodice and crystal detail at the waist. “It was the first one that I liked and when I tried it on, I fell in love with it,” she tells us. “It looked simple yet beautiful. I had a tiara made from Swarovski crystals which was stunning and a crystal hair accessory that I wore at the back of my hair that was styled in an updo and finished with a long tulle veil.” Rebecca’s jewellery and accessories complemented each other. “I chose a pair of drop crystal earrings, a pearl drop pendant necklace that fell elegantly down my back, a crystal bracelet featuring blue semi-precious stones and a pair of elegant ivory court shoes with crystal detail,” she tells us. “Jordon wore a navy suit with brown brogues which was different from his best man who wore a navy patterned jacket teamed with chinos. “Our bridesmaids looked glamorous in their blush pink wrap dresses teamed with high heels,” Rebecca tells us. TIME TO CELEBRATE Rebecca and Jordon hired a live band who also provided a DJ set in between singing live. “They covered all song requests which made our guests happy and many dance moves were made that evening!” Rebecca tells us. “I changed into a different dress, especially so that I could dance!” 42