An Understated Luxury Style For A Vintage Glamour Wedding

If you are planning a vintage glamour wedding, then play close attention to this glamorous photo shoot. When I received an email from Ofe Oyasor of Ollie’s Studio and took a look at the stunning images attached, I just knew it would be perfect for Style & the Bride.

When brides to be think of vintage, it is all too easy to imagine shabby chic vintage with mismatched china etc. However, when you term vintage with glamour, it takes on a whole new exciting meaning.

The venue for the photo shoot took place at Cheltenham Town Hall because of its beautiful architecture. The team were also attracted by the soft blue hues of the Drawing Room there, which influenced the colour palette for the vintage glamour wedding photo shoot. I love the use of gold accents and a rich midnight blue velvet runner used to decorate the wedding table. The Ghost Chiavari chairs completed the look.

When it came to the stationery for the vintage glamour wedding look, Ollie’s Studio designed the stationery with a timeless masculine vibe to go with the colour palette. ‘We softened it with painterly stripes of liquid gold,’ says Ofe of Ollie’s Studio. ‘This was paired with gold calligraphy, acrylic and vellum menus and agate slice place cards.’

What I love in particular about the vintage glamour wedding is the cool vibe of the bride and groom. The bride’s caped jumpsuit is just perfect, as is the groom’s contemporary modern blue suit. For the evening, the model bride changed into a slinky lingerie inspired evening gown in a gorgeous burgundy colour.

Luxury style for a vintage glamour wedding

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How gorgeous is this shot of the couple?

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The uber cool groom.

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The ultra glamorous bride.

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I love the midnight blue colour of the suit.

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Escorting his bride into the car.

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Making time for a glass of Champagne.

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The bride’s hairstyle, just ideal for a vintage glamour wedding.

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A moment of reflection.

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A close up of the stunning ring.

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The marble and blue walls of Cheltenham Town Hall work perfectly with the table styling.

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A close up of the table. How pretty are the flowers?

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Navy or midnight blue works so well with gold.

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The chic wedding menu.

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How about these fab cakes for your big day?

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Delicious biscuits in complementary colours.

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Fun cake pops.

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Why not change into a glamorous red dress for the evening like the model/bride did here?

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A gorgeous shot of the couple.

Getting ready

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The beautiful bride.

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Who says you can’t wear red lipstick on your wedding day?

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Fabulous Emmy London shoes.

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I love the stationery by Ollie’s Studio.

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How incredible is this jumpsuit with cape by Jessica Turner Designs?

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Does a jumpsuit appeal to you for your big day outfit?


Planning, coordination and creative direction: Ollie’s Studio

Photography: Sue Ann Simon Photography

Venue: Cheltenham Town Hall

Styling and floral design: Afmena Events

Stationery, calligraphy, chargers and vow book: Ollie’s Studio

Cakes: The Cheltenham Cakery

Cookies, marshmallow pops and meringues: Didi’s Cookies

Bridal Jumpsuit: Jessica Turner Designs

Evening dress: supplied by planner

Groom’s suit: Anthony’s Collections

Bride’s shoes: Emmy London

Engagement ring and wedding bands: Hannah Kimber Jewellery

Ring Box: La Petit Box

Getaway car: Azure Luxury Cars

Table runner, napkins and styling textiles: Ollie’s Studio

Hair: Suzanne Hale Wedding Hair

Make-up: Elaine Morane Make-up

Models: Stephanie Morgan Henry and Bobby Idogho

Chair Hire: Valley Furniture Hire



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A destination wedding venue in Wales – the beautiful Tyn Dwr Hall (with open day pics!)

Have you ever considered a destination wedding in the UK? Gathering up your nearest and dearest and spending a weekend somewhere beautiful, idyllic and romantic? There are so many spots you could discover and get married in without having to fly / transport all your wedding bits & pieces overseas – and lovely Tyn Dwr Hall is one.

I would love to travel more, to adventure to far-flung countries like some of my photographer friends do. It makes me smile to see my calligraphy heading to Australia, Norway, Italy, the States and Japan while I write away in my little home office! But I love the land I’m lucky enough to live in, and I’d always choose a UK destination to say my vows.

Serenity wedding invitation from £3 on Etsy

So it’s with a happy heart I want to introduce you to one of Wales’s most beautiful venues today. As often happens, I’m following my calligraphy’s journey – I wrote on Amy Swann‘s beautiful stationery designs earlier this year, and the lovely people at Tyn Dwr asked for samples to showcase on their open day.

We are lucky to have some gorgeous images of the day to share with you, courtesy of lovely Nesta Lloyd Photography. I hope you enjoy discovering this wonderful venue and its favourite suppliers through her lens!

Enchantment wedding invitation from £2.50


Huge thanks to lovely Nesta Lloyd Photography for sharing her images of the wedding showcase at Tyn Dwr Hall with the English Wedding Blog. I hope you love them as much as I do!

Nesta Lloyd Photography is an alternative, creative and natural wedding photographer capturing stories around Shropshire, Cheshire and North Wales. Follow her here:


A Magical Wedding

So much love for Jennifer and Marc’s wedding. The theme? A mix of things they love – from a touch of pink to some Game of Thrones and more than a little bit of magic. Sounds pretty perfect to us…

How did you two meet and become engaged?

Marc and I grew up in Nairn and were in the same year at school, however it wasn’t until I moved back home after Uni that we started going out. We were together for 7 years before getting engaged and whilst it was something we had talked about (a lot!) it still took me by surprise when it actually happened.

It was on a warm Sunday afternoon in June 2016 when we were getting ready to go to my mums for dinner, Marc put on his huge jacket and I kept saying to him that he would be far too hot and would only need a t-shirt (little did I know that my ring was in his pocket and he wanted it to be kept hidden!)

About 5 minutes into our walk along the river he proposed and I was in such shock it took me a good few seconds to actually say yes! It was so special as it was just a normal walk, no make up and with wearing my comfy trainers I could never had predicted he was going to ask me to marry him. However, it soon turned into the most special day with champagne flowing until bedtime!

How did you pick your wedding venue?

The Kingsmills Is a luxury four star hotel in Inverness. It is a beautiful building and one that I drive past each day to go to work. A close friend of mine was married here two years ago and I remember telling everyone afterwards that it was the best wedding I had ever been to, this was largerly down to the efficiency of the staff at the hotel.

The gardens are spacious and beautiful and the function suite is tastefully decorated to allow for a unique feel when you add your own wedding accessories. As soon as we met with the events coordinator Rebecca we knew this was the venue for us. We are both big foodies so it was vital that the menu reflected this, we met with the chef who helped us pick a traditional meal with our own twist and I honestly think the food was even better on the day than when we had our tasting session back in Spring.

Throughout the day we felt very looked after, in fact I remember taking my shoes off late in the evening and immediately being asked by a member of staff if I would like them to be put to reception so I didn’t lose them! These little touches helped make the day run so smoothly and therefore left me completely stress free, bliss!

Our wedding day was inspired by…

Us! We had various touches throughout the day that reflect the things we love. Our table names were inspired by Game of Thrones, with name cards being designed beautifully by a close friend of my Mums.

I love pink and our cake and flowers were in blush tones. The magician and comic book touches were down to Marc as he loves anything magical. It sounds like a real mix of things, and it was! However, it worked, as nothing was “overdone” it was simply nods in the direction of what we love.

Tell us something surprising about your day?

As soon as we got engaged Marc said “I don’t care about anything else, we are having a magician”. There was a magician at a friends’ wedding a few years ago and Marc loved it so I think this inspired him to have one at our wedding!

He found local man Clive through a wedding fair and later we found out that this is who the hotel recommend when people ask for additional entertainment. Clive was a huge hit and his close up magic tricks had even the most sceptical people mesmerised.

Marc and his brothers are huge comic book fans and therefore we wanted to add some superhero aspects to the day. Marc sourced a local lady Claire McPhee, who made paper roses out of comic books for 11 of the wedding party. Each rose was from a different superhero comic character with Marc (naturally!) being Superman. These were a lovely twist on tradition and something that everyone can keep.

How did you discover your photographer?

I met Carole-Ann at a wedding Fair in Eden Court in Inverness not long after Marc and I became engaged last year. I was immediately drawn to her table where she had set out these incredible photos, no gimmicks or props just amazing, high quality natural shots that blew my mind! I was at the fair with my mum and sister and I am afraid to say that without even consulting Marc I booked her there and then! In my defence I knew Marc would love her relaxed style of photography so was confident in making this decision on my own.

The rest of that evening was spent pouring over Harper Scotts instagram and website being mesmerised by these alternative and truely beautiful photos. As the wedding approached Carole – Ann sent me lots of useful information to think about and a handy questionnaire to fill in, we emailed regularly and the night before the wedding chatted on the phone about how the day would run.

When Carole-Ann arrived at my Mum and Dads the next morning she was calm among the (slight!) chaos and immediately fitted right in. I felt no pressure to pose or rush and could simply enjoy the morning. This continued throughout the day and into the evening where Carole-Ann was both professional and incredibly efficient .

The biggest thing for both Marc and myself was that we did not want to spend the day posing for photos when we could be with our friends and family, Carole – Ann ensures this is the case by seemlessly moving throughout your day, capturing the most intimate, romantic, funny and candid shots without any stress for the wedding party, which may I add included 4 boys aged 7months- 7 years!

We recently recieved our photos and couldn’t be happier with each and every one. They are simply beautiful and looking through them brought back every emotion we felt on our special day. The biggest problem we now have is how on earth do we choose which to put on the wall!

And how did you choose your flowers?

When it came to the flowers I have to admit I was pretty clueless! I knew I wanted peonies in blush pink but apart from that I took the lead from our florist. She created amazing bouquets for myself and my bridesmaids consisting of blush and cream peonies as well as gypsophila and i was delighted when they arrived on the morning of the wedding. Our gorgeous niece Arla was our flower girl and she had a head band made of gypsophila which was great as it could either be worn or carried depending on how she felt.

From visiting several wedding fairs I knew I wanted simple table centre pieces so our florist used gypsophila on tall silver candelabras. The look was simple, clean and elegant exactly as i had hoped. Our bouquets were then used at the top table, placed in vases and when I sneeked at look in the room before we sat down for dinner the overall look was beautiful.

We love your dress – how did you find it?

I found my dress in the second shop I visited (Forever Bridal). I think it was only the third or fourth dress I tried on but as soon as I saw it I knew it was the one. Luckily for me it was in the sale so I felt I got a bargain! The girls who own the shop are so helpful and really know what would suit your body shape which is why I think I found my dress so quickly. They also helped me pick my belts and veil, all of which complemented the dress beautifully. Naturally it needed several alterations and these were carried out about 6 weeks before the wedding, resulting in a dress that fitted me like a glove. I was delighted with the overall look.

And Marc’s outfit?

Marc chose the tartan “Autumn Pride” teamed with a grey tweed jacket. Marc owns his own kilt but on the day he wanted the wedding party in the same tartan and therefore used McCalls very helpful website to pick something just right. Marc’s outfit was slightly different to everyone else’s in that he chose burgundy socks and tie whilst everyone else wore navy. McCalls were extreamly helpful as we needed 13 full kilt hires on the day including our nephews and they handled this seamlessly.

Any advice?

Enjoy it all! During the planning stage take time to listen to each other’s ideas as the little touches make the day personal to the two of you. Everyone says it passes in a flash and whilst that is true we embraced each and every part of the day and took a few moments throughout just to be ourselves and reflect of what a fantastic day we were having.

Tell us about your evening entertainment…

We first heard our wedding band on New Years Eve 2015 and I remember the dance floor being full all night as they played such a great mix of music. They were one of the first things we booked and were so helpful with any questions I had.

We took quite some time to pick our wedding song and it became a bit of a joke as everytime the radio was on one of us would say “what about this?” Then Ed Sheeran brought out his new album and as soon as we heard “Perfect” we knew instantly that this was our song.

The band asked if we would like for them to perform this and they covered it beautifully, again adding a personal spin to our day. The first dance was magical and it was lovely when our wedding party joined us on the dance floor. The floor reminded full all night as the band sang hit after hit, finishing with “Purple Rain”. I would recommend Matt Gloss & The Emulsions to anybody looking for a wedding band, they were incredible!

What’s the one truly unforgettable thing about your wedding day?

It has to be looking at each other for the first time in the church, we both had tears in our eyes but huge grins on our faces, it was just the best moment our our lives.

We are loving the superhero rose buttonholes. Inspired! Alie x


CeremonyNairn Old Parish Church
Reception VenueKingsmill Hotel, Inverness
PhotographerHarper Scott Photo
Hair & makeupDolls House, Inverness
Wedding Dress Boutique – Essence of Australia from Forever Bridal, Inverness
Wedding ShoesCarvela by Kurt Geiger
Bridesmaids DressesSorella Vita
Groom’s outfit supplierMcCalls, Elgin
Paper Roses – Claire McPhee from the Unique Flower Boutique
Wedding StationeryPiccolo Press, Nairn
CakeHarry Gow, Inverness
MagicianMr Clive
Wedding BandMatt Gloss & the Emulsions


10 Beautiful Wedding Colours for Fall from Pantone – Part I

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This one is a little late (or a lot late even, considering they will be unveiling their Spring 2018 colours in little over a month) but with the end of Summer just around the corner I thought there was no better time than now to share Pantone’s color picks for Fall 2017! Whilst this might come too late for brides planning a wedding this year, these colors really are so beautifully timeless that they will make just as perfect a choice for a Fall wedding next year!

10 Beautiful Wedding Colours for Fall from Pantone - Part I

Pantone's Top 10 Colors Fall 2017

This is the third year I’ve covered Pantone’s colors, but in case you might be new to Chic Vintage Brides and are sat looking at the screen wondering who is Pantone? And why are the colors they choose so important? Let me give you the lowdown.

The Pantone Color Institute  are pretty much the world authority on colour. Their colour cards and codes (those 6 digit numbers that precede each shade’s name) are referenced and used by almost every industry on the planet, and especially the fashion and wedding industries! And when they say a colour is fabulous and going to be big next year, they’re usually right.

Remember last year the world was awash with pastel blue and pink? That’s because Pantone chose Serenity & Rose Quartz as their colors of the year. And have you noticed how this year greenery is everywhere? Well, guess what color Pantone picked for 2017? Yep, that’s right, Greenery!

Every season the team at Pantone evaluates the colors shown by designers in their collections at New York Fashion Week. This information is then used to create a list of their top 10 colors for the upcoming season. And almost without fail, theses the hues and shades that fill the shops!

So, what did they have to say for Fall 2017? Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, shared “Bookended by a dynamic Grenadine red and a tawny Autumn Maple, the color palette for Fall 2017 leans more to warmth. While comforting, enveloping colors and ease are crucial to the seasonal feeling, standout shades include a pale pink Ballet Slipper, a refreshing Golden Lime, and a bright Marina blue. These hues add a striking touch when paired with the classic autumnal shades of Navy Peony, Neutral Gray, Butterrum and Tawny Port.”

Tawny Port

Hot on the heels of the success of Marsala in 2016, this year Pantone have taken red to a new depth. Tawny Port is not only dramatic, it is elegant, sophisticated, and absolutely perfect for a romantic modern-vintage wedding!

Tawny Port - Pantone Fall 2017 Wedding Colour

Tawny Port - Pantone Fall 2017 Wedding Colour

Bridesmaids – Tracy Enoch Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs // Groom + Menu – Heather Roth Fine Art Photography via Chic Vintage Brides // Stationery – The Nouveau Romantics, Photography by Taylor Lord
 via Green Wedding Shoes // Wedding Cake – The Pretty Little Details Co., Photography by Meredith Lord via Paper + Lace // Place Setting – Mila Diluart Events, Photography by Arturo Diluart via Burnetts Boards

Shaded Spruce

Continuing their love of green in 2017, Pantone went with a rich jewel tone for Autumn. If you’re loving the greenery trend right now, then this is the color for you!

Shaded Spruce - Pantone Fall 2017 Wedding Colour

Shaded Spruce - Pantone Fall 2017 Wedding Color

Bride & Bouquet – Designs By Ahn, Photography by Stephanie Sunderland via Elizabeth Anne Designs on Aisle Society // Church – Perry Vaile via SMP // Stationery Suite – Sesame Letterpress, Photography by 2 Brides Photography via SMP // Groom – Marcie Meredith Photography via SMP // Place Setting – Caroline Tran via SMP


Autumn Maple

A quintessential Fall colour, Autumn Maple is a tawny, russet brown that introduces warmth into the palette. If brown isn’t for you though, you can incorporate this colour into your celebration, and add another layer of luxury at the same time, with touches of copper!

Autumn Maple - Pantone's Top 10 Wedding Colours for Fall 2017

Autumn Maple - Pantone's Top 10 Wedding Colours for Fall 2017

Barn – Taylor Lord Photography via Hey Wedding Lady // Bride – Koby Brown via Chic Vintage Brides // Place Setting – Taylor Lord Photography via Wedding Sparrow // Wedding Cake – Magpies Bakery, Photography by Clark Brewer Photography via Grey Likes Weddings // Groom’s Shoes – Ryan Ray Photography via SMP


Golden Lime

A move on from their Spring 2017 ‘Greenery’, the golden undertones of Golden Lime makes this yellow-green shade an earthy tone choice with a twist, and a refreshing complement to the other fall classics. With a hint of chartreuse it is also has an unmistakably olde world feel – can’t you just imagine a luxurious velvet in this gorgeous shade??

Golden Lime - Pantone's Top 10 Wedding Colours for Fall 2017

Golden Lime - Pantone's Top 10 Wedding Colours for Fall 2017

Bride & Bouquet – Tourterelle Floral, Photography by Kacie Lynch via Burnetts Boards // Wedding Venue – Helen Abraham Photography via Want That Wedding // Cocktails –  Rachel May via Wedding Sparrow // Table Centerpiece – Delbarr Moradi via SMP // Boutonnieres – Bows and Arrows, Photography by Kayla Barker via Chic Vintage Brides


Navy Peony

Continuing with the jewel tones, Navy Peony is a romantic, dark sapphire blue that will add a timeless sense of opulence to any wedding. This deep hue also gives grooms and groomsmen a stylish alternative to the traditional black tux!

Navy Peony - Pantone's Top 10 Wedding Colours for Fall 2017

Bridesmaids – Jen Huang via SMP // Heels – Lacie Hansen // Groom – Brushfire Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs // Engagement Ring – Rachel Solomon via SMP // Garden Wedding Tablescape – Kurt Boomer via SMP

Well, that’s the end of Part I, Part II which comprises of Pantone’s more unusual color choices for Fall is coming soon. But in the meantime be sure to let me know what you think of these rich Autumnal shades – do you have a fave? I would love to hear because as always I will be choosing one to become CVB’s next inspiration board, and at the moment I am completely torn! I love the jewel tones, but Golden Lime would make an exciting change…..

If you want to see how these compare to Pantone’s picks last Autumn, take a peek here and here. Or you might like these 10 stunning Fall wedding colour palettes. Or for more colour palette ideas, just have a look in the Inspiration Board archives here at Chic Vintage Brides – this rustic barn beauty was a favourite of mine and yours!



Navy Peony - Pantone's Top 10 Wedding Colours for Fall 2017

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“A Song of Love”: Inspiration for an Italian Castle Wedding

This styled shoot beautifully tells the tale of a dream wedding that takes place in an Italian castle. The chosen venue was Castello di Uviglie, on a hilltop overlooking the Monferrato area. Captured by Velluto Photography, the shoot features a fabulous bride and incredibly handsome groom uniting in marriage in this most magical of castles. We love the music theme as well as the beautiful styling by Danielle Design Weddings, and the delicate colour palette of peach, blush, champagne and gold. There are lots more details below from the team at Velluto Photography, but first check out these gorgeous images. 

“The castle, surrounded by vineyards, sits in the middle of beautiful garden with rare and ancient trees. Built in 1239 by the Paucaparte di Celle, ownership passed after two centuries to the Pico-Gonzagas, a well known family in the North of Italy. It was the perfect location- this venue has a special place in my heart, because I had my own dream wedding here in 2013 and I’ve always wanted to come back and create something beautiful. The light there is just magical. The focal point of the shoot we had planned was music and the styling was a mix of classic, modern and romantic elements. The colour palette was delicate: white with splashes of peach, blush, champagne and gold. Danielle Design Weddings worked marvels, as always, at styling and linking all the elements together to create a strong coherent story. She designed the flowers and the blooms looked and smelled heavenly, using David Austin roses, tulips, carnations, Lisianthus and Asparagus Plumosus. The rose pink and gold wedding cake and cupcakes were created by Passione: Cupcakes. I particularly liked how they looked on our unusual sweets’ table, which was, for a change, an old piano! The table setting featured an elegant round wooden table with antique mustard-coloured velvet chairs and vintage fine china with gold motifs, silver and gold cutlery, an exquisite set of vintage crystal glasses, champagne and peach lace runners, candles and a tall royal spherical centrepiece. Of course, the menus and all the matching delicate stationery were individually handwritten in beautiful calligraphy. As for the wedding gowns and the two bridesmaids’ dresses, we had the honour to work with the incredibly talented Milan-based designer, Ela Siromascenko. The two bridesmaids wore matching (but not identical) dresses. Nowadays, the modern bride is very attentive to details and often likes to change dresses- with this in mind, Ela created two looks, the wedding gown itself and the “honeymoon departure” dress. The wedding gown was an explosion of beauty, a dreamy champagne silk and tulle gown with elaborately draped tulle and hand-sewn lace appliqués on the boned corset bodice with straight neckline. The royal look was completed by the floor-length skirt in six layers of tulle with an asymmetrical, double gathered external layer, ruffles and train for an ethereal effect of movement. For the second dress of the evening, she designed a pale pink tulle number, with a beautiful lace bodice and a knee-length layered skirt, much more easy to rock while escaping for the honeymoon. The bridal look was completed with a natural make-up look highlighting the deep blue eyes of the model and with a relaxed yet stylish updo. The groom wore his own suit, a treble clef boutonniere and embellished his shirt with the unique cufflinks created especially for this inspiration shoot by the amazing jewellery artists of My Golden Age. They also created the wedding bands, and all the jewellery worn by the bride: engagement ring, necklace, bracelet and earrings. A music theme wouldn’t have been complete without the performance of a great violin and harp duo accompanying the first dance of the newly-weds. This was the finishing touch which closed the circle and made it all cohesive with the title: “A Song of Love”- because love means life and life means music.”

Photography: Velluto Photography | Concept, Styling & Flower Design: Danielle Design Weddings | Wedding Dresses: Ela Siromascenko | Jewellery: My Golden Age | Stationery & Calligraphy: Nadia Leo | Venue: Il Castello di Uviglie | Music: Duo Vieuxtemps Arpa e Violino | Wedding Cake & Sweets: Passione: Cupcakes | Makeup Artist: ERIKA Make Up Artist | Hair Stylist: Hair and Make-up by Anka | Bride: Costanza India De Conno | Groom: Danilo D’Agostino | Video: Adelica | Backstage photos: Stefania Giannuzzi Fotografia | Bridesmaids: Lidia & Cristina Sabina Pop | Celebrant: Daniel Enescu

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culture club. a vibrant indian wedding at victoria warehouse, manchester – varsha & rosh

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Ahead of our BIG-CITY-WEDFEST-17 wedding fair event at the super-cool Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, this weekend, we’re sharing another fabulous wedding that recently took place at the venue.

Bride Varsha and groom Rosh quickly fell in love with the unique urban venue and knew it would be the perfect setting for their Indian wedding, in terms of both character and capacity.

To personalise their day, they fused elements of their culture with the heritage of the venue for a bright and beautiful wedding, complete with both industrial and glamorous touches.

Following their celebrations, Varsha says the venue is ideal for those “looking for a relaxed atmosphere with helpful and friendly staff who want to understand your ideas”. So, if this sounds, and looks, right up your street, you need to register here to attend our BIG-CITY-WEDFEST-17 this Sunday 11am to 4pm, FREE ENTRY!

The event will provide an ideal opportunity to meet the area’s top wedding suppliers while viewing this amazing venue and picturing how your Victoria Warehouse big day could look. In the meantime, let’s see how Rosh & Varsha did it…

With images by 2 Ducks Galleries.

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varsha says: We got engaged while in Caernarfon, North Wales, for my birthday weekend, in March 2016. We arrived and the weather was lovely and we spent the day walking around the town. We woke up Saturday morning and the weather had turned from sunshine to a full storm. We braved the weather and went out for the day but we weren’t able to do the stuff Rosh had planned. We then got a call in the afternoon from the restaurant Rosh had booked for the evening to say that they were cancelling all bookings.

We ended up going to a pub for dinner and the setting was lovely with old beams and an open fire. When we got back to our hotel Rosh insisted on giving me my birthday present early. He gave me a photobook with pictures from all the things we have done together. On the back page was the proposal, when I looked up I saw Rosh on one knee with the ring and I couldn’t believe it. It was a complete surprise.

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We got married 13th May 2017. Our ceremony and reception was at Victoria Warehouse at Salford Quays, Manchester. Being Indian we had a strict criteria of venue, which limited our options. We needed a venue that can accommodate the large numbers, an Indian caterer and, most importantly, an open fire used for the ceremony. After weeks of searching venues they were either out of our price range or unsuitable. Rosh saw Victoria Warehouse on the internet and he was very excited about the venue as it very much suits his personality. We went to look at it in person, it was perfect for us both and suited our style. It was completely different to any venue I have seen for an Indian wedding and the staff were very helpful an accommodating to us both and we both instantly fell in love with the venue.

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We didn’t really pick the theme, the venue was the theme. I think when you have a venue like ours with all the character and personality you really just follow the background. We just kept everything industrial and rustic and tried to blend our Indian culture into that.

The venue was full of atmosphere though a bit dark, so we added our Indian heritage with the colour scheme of bright hues. We had every colour you can think of!

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I had two outfit changes for the wedding day. I never really dreamt of a white wedding dress so I chose to keep with the theme of the day and fuse Western and Eastern styles together. For the morning Hindu ceremony, I stuck to traditional colours. I wore a red, ivory and gold Lehenga (a contemporary sari that is a skirt and top with rather than a long piece of material) with lots of intricate embroidery. I didn’t want a traditional outfit so this fitted the theme.

For the afternoon civil wedding, I wore another more contemporary style Lehenga that was custom designed for me with the help of my sister, Roshni. It was very pale green and a pinky/peach colour.

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Rosh designed a custom-made Sherwani (traditional Indian suit) for the wedding. His suit was made using the colours of my outfit so that they matched. For the civil wedding he wore a navy blue suit with a grey waistcoat.

I ordered the bridesmaids saris from India. They wore these for the whole day as I was wearing a lehenga for the whole day.

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The groomsmen wore traditional Sherwani’s with the matching shoes and turban, for the evening they changed into navy blue suits with a matching tie to Rosh. We wanted to keep it pretty informal since the venue wasn’t a formal setting.

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In terms of transport, Rosh’s sister, Sheetal, and brother in-law, Kushal, hired a car for him to arrive at the venue and then take us back to his the next day.

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We used Kerry from 2 Ducks Galleries, to capture our day. We actually met her at a wedding fair at Victoria Warehouse. We saw a couple of her pictures and fell in love with them. She managed to capture the atmosphere of the day in her pictures. I would certainly recommend her.

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As the venue was so industrial we wanted to keep flowers to a minimum. I carried in a bouquet of artificial flowers of pale pink and ivory roses with pearl jewels.

Since the venue was full of character and personality we didn’t want to hide it behind too much decor. We used Qube Events as our stylist as they had experience working with Victoria Warehouse and they understood our concept. We kept it very simple with a white carpet down the aisle, with a row of candles on either side and a canopy of fairy lights leading to the main stage with a back drop of lights. We then used the same candles in the evening as our centrepieces with multi-coloured orchids in little bowls. I made some flower arrangements myself using artificial flowers placed in old jars and bottles.

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We made our own favours. We wanted them to match the wedding so that guests could take a piece of the day away with them. We got multi coloured fragrant votive candles in little jars, Rosh designed and printed some gift tags and me and my sister wrapped a ribbon on them and added the tag.

We chose a simple, white three-tier cake that had white orchid detail (to match the table centrepieces) running down one side. The cake ribbon matched the wedding favours and we had a wooden cake topper that I designed and had shipped. The cake was made by a lady Rosh knows who does it as a hobby. Shame we didn’t get a taste!

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Being Indian we went for Indian food. Rosh’s family have a tradition that they cannot serve meat on the wedding day so we had to go with a vegetarian menu. For the lunch menu, we kept it traditional with an eight-item thali that had some curries with sides, rice, puris and sweet. For the evening, we wanted a more contemporary Indian menu so we picked a selection of Indian street food with a buffet style dessert table, it was quiet fun watching some of our guest trying to figure out how to eat them.

We used Bolton Halwa Centre to do all our catering. We did lots of food tasting and they were the best. I think if you are having a vegetarian only menu, a caterer who only cooks vegetarian food has an advantage. They also understood our concept and were very good to deal with. They were also given really good reviews by Victoria Warehouse.

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Entertainment-wise, we hired a DJ for the evening; who perfectly married Bollywood hits with songs from the charts. He kept the dance floor full at all times – I would recommend DJ Billy Blitz to anyone!

As entertainment during the interval between the Indian wedding and civil wedding, we used the venue’s cinema room to play a Disney classic and we had a massive wooden crate of popcorn with small popcorn boxes for guests to help themselves to.

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After our wedding, we would absolutely recommend Victoria Warehouse to other couples! They were brilliant with us from the first viewing and throughout the wedding build up. Without their constant attention to detail the day would not have run so smooth. If you’re looking for a relaxed atmosphere with helpful and friendly staff who want to understand your idea, then they are the place to book.

I loved every single minute of our day. It was my perfect day. I loved the Hindu wedding. They involve everyone in the family and we were lucky enough to have family and friends from all over the world (USA, New Zealand, Australia, Canada) who all played a part in the wedding.

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For our honeymoon, we went to Sri Lanka for ten days, then the Maldives for five days. We wanted an adventure but we also knew we would be exhausted from the wedding so we needed to make sure we relaxed and recharged the batteries. We did a tour of Sri Lanka starting at the capital, Colombo, and finishing with a Safari in the south east of the island. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to immerse themselves in culture as the country is still developing its tourist identity.

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be, make sure you plan your day with a small break where you can both spend a little time together away from all the busy demands of the wedding. We had 30 minutes where we sat down on our own had a drink of champagne away from everything, including the photographer, to just absorb the atmosphere. It was perfect to have this time together and really take in the day.

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Bethany & Grant

When a wedding comes in from Tub Of Jelly, you always know you’re in for a treat. Betty and David have the most fun and quirky couples whose weddings are filled with original ideas and gorgeous happy vibes. Which are all handily captured in motion as well as stills, thanks to Tub Of Jelly’s ninja like camera skills.

Bethany and Grant’s wedding is a celebration of Autumn, which feels very apt for this week following that glorious bank holiday we had, there’s definitely a chill in the air. So grab a snuggly blanket and a hot chocolate, and let’s cosy up with this gorgeous couple and their stunning wedding photographs…

P.S. Bethany and her mum MADE HER WEDDING DRESS!!! I KNOW! Amazing right?!

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Special People

Bethany the Bride: My mum Mairi (she did SO much of the creative stuff and spent days and days doing it! I hate this cliche, but I absolutely couldn’t have done it without her). My dad Jim (he helped make so many things for the wedding and was very hard-working, doing all the heavy lifting, chopping up logs etc. a total hero!)
 My groom, Grant (he was amazing at letting me do what I wanted and calming me down when things were getting stressful. He helped in the things he was good at and when he had time, but most of all he was the reason I was putting so much effort into it – awww). My bridesmaids: Paisley and Melissa, for being non-divas and making it a very easy and natural process.

The Bride

I had no idea what I wanted in terms of a dress, but I knew as soon as I tried a few on in bridal shops I didn’t want any of them. It felt a bit odd putting on a big dress and knowing it just wasn’t ‘me’. I felt like I was dressing up as a princess and didn’t think it was appropriate for the wedding, or style of the non-traditional wedding. So over a coffee one day I made a flippant comment about how I wished I could just make one, did a few sketches on the back of an envelope…next thing we knew my mum and I were buying fabric in metres and trying to work out how on earth a dress is made.

 I originally wanted a flower crown to go with my dress, and spent ages making them for myself and bridesmaids. They turned out pretty cute and I was certainly going to wear it, until only a few days before the wedding and I decided it took away the attention from the dress, and couldn’t decide, so ended up going for a fresh flower hair-piece round the back of my head. Sometimes I still wish I’d worn the crown, but there’s not much I can do about it now!

 In terms of accessories, I didn’t really have many and kept them quite ‘me’ by just having my jewellery and bag from Anthropologie. I had a cashmere shawl/scarf that kept me cosy when we went outside for photos. My bag was a bit of a bad choice as it had jewels all over it and kept getting caught on my dress, but it didn’t bother me too much!

The Groom

Grant got a beautiful brand new kilt from 21st Century Kilts in Edinburgh. The colours and detail were beautiful, and he even got it with small orange details which went with our autumnal theme. There was a lot of opportunity for personalisation on the kilt and jacket, and Howie from 21st Century Kilts was great at making sure it fitted perfectly and looked good!

The Venue

We chose Coos’ Cathedral in Aboyne – a big old cow shed that’s not got any heating, kitchen, chairs etc. We knew it was going to be a lot of work, and it was. We had to hire EVERYTHING which was quite stressful, but I probably made it more stressful for myself by deciding I wanted complete control of the decor and everything too. So in 2016 I spent way more hours tangled up in fairy lights than I ever intend to ever again.

The Decor

We got married on 1st October and Autumn is my favourite month, so we went for an autumnal theme –
oranges/reds/contrasting warm blues. We had hundreds (maybe thousands) or fairy lights strung up across the venue, I had dreamcatchers to keep it all happy, and lots and lots of wild flowers/branches/berries dotted around the venue to give it a bit of a woodland feel. We also had lots of logs, space hoppers, and cows. Outside we had Swedish log fires which were amazing, and on the tables we made large lazy susans for the tables, with painted vases in the centre on a log, as well as the menu cows. We had hanging lanterns (who didn’t in 2016!) and space hoppers and lots of lovely, beautiful things that I can’t even remember. I’m very lucky – my Dad is very good at making things so he also helped a HUGE deal!

The Flowers

Hays Flowers created the bouquets for the bride/bridesmaid and flower girl which were fabulous – Jill, the owner, understood exactly what I wanted, something wild and colourful and just a bit messy. Flowers are beautiful and I understand the amount of work that goes into them, but it also breaks my heart whenever I hear how much some people spend on them for their weddings, so for the table flowers we went to Tesco and arranaged all of the flowers ourselves, which worked fine because of the general feel of the wedding and they looked great, even though it was slightly stressful at 7pm the night before the wedding!

The Wedding Party

We set aside a day to go bridesmaid dress shopping in Edinburgh – luckily I had two laid-back bridesmaids who were happy to go high-street rather than bridal, and we went into John Lewis for a quick look at the beginning of the day because that’s where we’d parked. They both saw the dress they liked, tried it on and they both loved it. Once of my bridesmaids (my sister Paisley) was pregnant at the time and was comfortable that the dress we’d gone for would still fit come October! I wanted to go with a darker colour of bridesmaid dresses so that the flowers and flower crowns would stand out. 

We got the flower girl, Milly, a white boho style dress from Monsoon. She loved it, but kept pulling it down over her shoulders to be just like the bride! We also had to buy her some high-heels for wearing later on since she was hoping for them for the ceremony! Her flower crown was also made by the bride. 

Our bridal party cars were my parents cars – a Mercedes G-Wagen and a Mercedes E-Class.

The Ceremony

We had a humanist ceremony as neither of us are particularly religious which was lovely. We wrote the whole script ourselves and chose the words to reflect us as a couple. It was kept quite fun, emotional, happy and positive. We had readings from our good friend Dawn and the bride’s cousin Fiona. Dawn read part of Leonard Cohen’s song ‘Always’ and for Fiona’s reading I created a poem by taking lines out of some of my favourite songs by Depeche Mode, Paul Weller and Passenger. I was walked down the aisle by my father, Jim, to the song Caravan of Love by The Housemartins.

The Entertainment

Before and during the ceremony we had Susan Zappert playing the harp. For the rest of the day the groom made up a cool playlist on his phone that was kept on throughout the dinner. In the evening we had a ceilidh band, as well as some singing from my cousin Niall, and then some songs from the playlist later into the evening.

The Food

We had Lazy Sunday doing our catering who were fabulous. For our starter we had pumpkin soup which was served in individual pumpkins on each table – they were amazing! For our main course we had a selection of food on each table – with chicken, stuffed peppers, amazing salads, flatbreads etc. And then for dessert we had a dessert station with lots of different yummy cakes and desserts.

Our bar and wine was done by Deeside Drinks who were brilliant and served lots of lovely drinks!

The Photography & Videography

Tub of Jelly were our photographer and videographer and they were fabulous. I didn’t even notice they were there most of the time. They did exactly what we wanted – photographs that show the essence of the day and not just the formal shots that no-on ever really looks at. They made it fun, and they made it look fun which is exactly what we wanted. Our video is beautiful, and the photographs are an art, not just someone clicking a camera.


If you choose to do everything yourself it is fabulous because it means you have complete control, but NEVER underestimate the work involved. I’m quite an active person who will get stuff done if they have ideas and a time limit, but it was really quite stressful, and not always less-expensive! HOWEVER, it was totally worth it. What fun would it be if there had been no challenge? I’m now growing a tiny human, and I’m finding it a breeze so far compared to wedding planning! (Ha ha!)

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A Glamorous Red Dress for a Colourful and Cosy Winter Wedding in Scotland

Buckle up lovely ones, for I have the most colourful and cosy winter wedding to share right now that is guaranteed to warm your heart, with beautiful images by Lauren McGlynn Photography – who we recommend via our Little Book for Brides. The bride and groom are quite the creative couple, with jewellery designer Moira running her own […]


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If you follow our social media feeds (like, doh!) then it won’t have escaped your notice that we are getting all fired up here at Brides Up North HQ for another bloomin’ epic season of Brides Up North events.  These amazing days – jam packed with wedding inspiration and all the details for your dream day, in the coolest locations to get wed in the North – aren’t just your average wedding fair: they are these pretty blog pages, brought to life.  If you love our daily dose of wedding pretty, you are going to want to pop one, or more, of our free entry days out into your diary. Grab your groom, gather your bridesmaids… things just got (P)interesting.


We’ve already told you about our BIGCITYWEDFEST’17 event, kicking off the wedspo in Manchester this weekend with a bang (if you are a North West bride or supplier who doesn’t yet know about this, click here to catch up and be there!), but next weekend we’re bringing the fun to Yorkshire, with a pop up wedding festival style show – CASTLES & CANVAS  – at Ripley Castle Lakeside on Sunday 10th September 2017, 11am till 3pm.

Come and see our pristine wedding big top, filled with 35 luxury exhibitors, in the beautiful lakeside location at stunning Ripley Castle.  There’ll be street food, live music, floral design and details galore.  The event is in conjunction with event specialists Dine and Shades, and their experts will also be on hand to advise on how to achieve your perfect wedding day.

As with all of our events, the show is FREE ENTRY for you and all your guests. Girls and guys, its time to get some wedmin done!

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bride to be?

To pre-register for a FREE Brides Up North VIP Bride-To-Be Media Pack sponsored by UNVEILED Magazine (stuffed with treats and glossy mags) and FREE ENTRY, fill in your details below. You can collect your VIP Bride-To-Be Media Pack upon entry to the Luxury Wedding Show.   Only the bride need register for larger groups.

VIP Bride-To-Be Media Packs available while stocks last only.


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wedding industry professional?

We would love to welcome new exhibitors to the Brides Up North family in 2017. We are now accepting exhibitor bookings for all of our fabulous Luxury Wedding Shows across three regions.

Click here to view the full schedule.

Exhibitors will be strictly limited by category and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Since their inception in spring 2012, all exhibitions have been sell outs on exhibitor space. Consequently, we expect demand for 2017 to be very high. Get in touch as soon as possible to guarantee your place.

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Alternatively, please email ASAP for exhibitor booking and pricing information listing the events or area that you are interested in.




Back for the sixth time with over 150 luxury suppliers, here’s your chance to win tickets for Brides the Show.  Where the stylish pages of Brides magazine are brought to life in seriously glorious fashion.

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This is three days of inspiration and unrivalled wedding planning.  One of my favourite events of the year.  Bringing the freshness this time round you have…

• An exclusive exhibition of couture gowns by award-winning British fashion designer-of-the-
moment, Giles Deacon.  Celebrating a wonderfully bohemian English wedding day, the exhibition will  showcase accessible eccentricity for the bride, her mother, her bridesmaids and wedding guests.  Plus there’s a Q&A with Mr Deacon, on Friday 29th September
• A chance to network with Matt Porteous, official photographer at Pippa Middleton & James Matthews’ wedding. AND the opportunity to win Matt as your own wedding photographer!
• The ‘Paris In Love’ themed catwalk show
• Almost £50k of luxury bridal goodies to win over the weekend and over 100 prizes on the charity cake pop wall with 100% of profits going to Make-A-Wish foundation

• Goodie bags worth over £250 included with VIP tickets

• Dedicated hen party zone, with experts Cluck on hand advising and offering masterclasses on
hen activities
• Wine-tasting workshops at The Sommeliers’ Table in association with wine experts Corney &

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I love all the feature areas where you can get some serious wedding inspo.  And if you’re that way inclined, pick up new skills to DIY some of your wedding decor elements.  Now you know you want to win tickets for Brides The Show so scroll down.

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Learn about the latest trends, meet experts and just have fun working out what your wedding style is.  I’ve got one pair of tickets to giveaway for each day of the show so grab your partner/ parent/ best friend and let’s go.

What you need to know:


When – Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October 2017

Where – Business Design Centre, Islington, London

Prize – I have one pair of tickets for each day of the show (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

ENTER – To enter just email – with ‘BRIDES THE SHOW’ as the subject including your name and which show day you wish to visit.

For more information about the show and what to expect over the three days head to –

See you there!

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Terms & Conditions:
Winners will receive x2 tickets for the day specified
Competition closes at midnight 19th September 2017 and winner will be notified by email
You must be over 18yrs old and a U.K. resident to enter
Only available on standard tickets
Only valid at Brides The Show 2017
Brides The Show reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time

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