Kirsten Hulatt, 31, married Nicholas Reader, 44, at St Paul's Cathedral, followed by a reception at Fanhams Hall on 10th February, 2018.
I wore a dress called Tulip by Wed2b. The mermaid fishtail was just the style I was hoping for and I accessorised with a silver side hair clip and statement earrings.
Our bridesmaids wore floor-length sequin dresses in grey and silver. They looked gorgeous.
Our bouquets were made using roses and gypsum. We also included pussy willow to remember Nick's mum as this was her favourite flower.
Our bridesmaids travelled to the ceremony in a black London taxi and I followed in a white bridal version. Nick and I then hired a Morgan three-wheeler for our arrival at Fanhams Hall.
We opted for a white and silver cake with cupcake tiers and for the topper we had Lego figures – Wonder Woman and Boba Fett from Star Wars, which are our alter egos!
The reception room looked so atmospheric with the fairylights and decorative wall lighting.
Our centrepieces were silver candelabra draped with cream rose garlands with two white doves attached.
Our rustic table plan was made using a wooden frame and garlands that matched the centrepieces.
We served a delicious afternoon tea. Later guests enjoyed a barbecue and tucked into the sweet cart.
Mission Impossible was being filmed during our rehearsal and ceremony so we met Tom Cruise and watched some scenes being filmed. He agreed to be in our photos, which made our day!
The band, MK and the Misters, and DJ played the perfect mix of our favourite music.
Our photographers Ian and Emma were so supportive and helpful throughout and we couldn't be happier with how they captured our day.
Bride's hair and make-up
brides&beauty by Lauren
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MK and the misters
Tel: 07716 096 974
Gary Scott DJ
The Secret Garden
Groom's and groomsmens' suits
James of Ely
Ian and Emma of Ian Scott Photography
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