It's taken the best part of two months to finally share this stunning wedding with you, but I promise you, it's well worth the wait! When I first met Miriam in May last year I knew this was going to be a vintage wedding with a difference-especially as we shared a passion for Art Deco! At The Brickhouse in London's Brick Lane, we recreated a speakeasy, complete with bootlegged cocktails, gambling tables and plenty of saucy burlesque!
It's all in the detail-and there were plenty of those! I had a wonderful time designing the black and white dessert table and cheese stack...Yes, I did say cheese-Miriam and Bruce are real foodies and it made a great accompaniment for the bowl food served throughout the evening. Thanks to Ian at The Cheese Shed for helping put together a delicious selection for us!
Let's not forget the goodies for the guests-mini bottles of Jack Daniels and gambling chocolates for the gents and a black or white feather fan for the ladies...
The guests really went to town with their attire and made the night all the more special.
The stunning Art Deco black 3 tier wedding cake with white and dusky pink piping courtesy of my lovely ladies at Fancy Nancy.
Congratulations Mr and Mrs Reid! It's been a blast!
Neil Horne at Eye Imagine Photography. Superstar!