Now based in London, the couple decided to get married in Lucy’s home city. Here’s a little introduction to our couple from bride, Lucy:
Alistair competes in chocolate competitions as he is a pastry chef and his hobbies include eating really good food, swimming and golf. He loves a comedy night or a gig where he can throw himself around. I teach drama in a secondary school and like a good play myself. I direct and write plays in my spare time and I’m doing a few sewing courses at the minute. I love a bit of organised fun and usually take on the role of games master on a night out.
So a bit of a talented pair really! I loved Lucy’s dress and styling. I think she was definitely showing her Italian heritage side in making such an elegant, stylish and timeless bride. Her bridesmaids showed how to do different styled dresses perfectly, tying them together with a consistent colour of blush pink. Groom Alistair similarly couldn’t have looked more dapper perfectly complimenting his bride keeping it stylish and classic with a deep blue suit and his hair styled back.
They were married in the absolutely stunning Concert Room at St George’s Hall, before hoping on a private double decker bus with their guests across the town to their reception venue. I *loved* their decision to use Joey’s speech for Monica and Chandler’s wedding from Friends during their own ceremony (those of you that are fellow Friends fans may have noticed the reference in my wedding package names)! Oh My Oh My is a beautiful light and airy space and it was styled with fairy lights and paper crane garlands. The evening drew to a close with a full dancefloor to a live band (local musicians, Genevieve).
(Look out for the puppets created in the likeness of the bride and groom by one of Lucy’s bridesmaids!)