"Jared and I first got together when we were 17 and 18. I'm not sure what initially attracted us to each other, but we just got on so well and really made each other laugh,” shares Amelia. After a break spent at separate universities, they found themselves back together six years ago. Amelia tells us, “I think it made us realise what we had.”
Here, Amelia reveals more about their beautiful big day...
We decided to put a Polaroid printer on the guest book table that everyone could connect to their phone and print out their favourite photo from the day.
I think I must have been planning our wedding in my head for a while because as soon as I saw the venue I knew how I wanted it to look. I'd seen a few photos of hanging pompoms and they brought so much colour.
We loved our cars – the perfect fit for our day.
We decided to use the venue's carousel as a theme for our cake. Fiona Dequincey from Margate took up the challenge and did an amazing job.
I always knew I wanted pink flowers and while I love peonies they were out of season, so I opted for David Austin roses.
My dress was called Novella by Sophia Tolli. It had lots of layers, toile and was covered in sequins. I always knew I wanted a princess dress and instantly knew this was the one.
All we wanted for our big day was for everyone to have fun. We thought a great way to make this happen was to provide a selfie stick and some props, which everyone seemed to love.
Jared and the groomsmen all wore indigo blue three piece suits, which looked great. We both love this style as it's not traditional but still looks very smart.
Bride's dress and accessories
The Crystal Fairy Company
Bride's hair and make-up
The Flower Basket
Tie The Knot Films
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