After a Valentine’s Day proposal, British bride Meg sealed the deal with her groom Daniel in a countryside affair that’s giving us all the feels. From a glamorous arrival in an antique white Bentley to a post ceremony walk covered in lush rose petals, these nuptials exuded romance from start to finish.
Settling on the Grange Farm in Wansford for their reception was an easy decision for Meg and Daniel. With such a large group of family and friends, they knew they would need a space big enough to host everyone without compromising on their vision. The beautifully rustic property would be the perfect choice to host their vintage glam fête.
Wearing our Karlee gown, Meg stunned in the form fitting fit and flare silhouette. The romantic off the shoulder neckline and long lacey sleeves complimented the vintage vibe of the wedding. To complete her ultra-chic look, Meg sprinkled in a little monochromatic magic and chose our Style 21519 in white for her bridesmaids!
With a white, gold, and blush color palette, Meg included plenty of charming details for her big day. The four tier wedding cake was draped in a cascade of fresh cream and blush roses, while Meg’s great grandmother’s gorgeous vintage couch was put to good use for a photo booth op! A mix of hydrangeas and roses created lush arrangements for the tables as well as an incredible archway at the entrance. Gold and pink sashes on the chairs topped off the luxe ambiance.
Meg was never more relaxed than when she glided down the aisle to Dan, accompanied by her father. With an epic helicopter arrival to deliver them to their reception, the fun was just getting started! After a first dance to Ellie Goulding’s “Still Falling For You”, the bride, groom, and their guests enjoyed a custom champagne bar, a gourmet dinner, and of course a festive night of dancing! Oversized block letters spelling out LOVE on the dance floor, captured the spirit of the day perfectly. For this Morilee bride it was a dreamy day she’d never forget!