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Intimate Afternoon Tea, London Wedding of Kim & Jody…

Small, Local and Personal…

Today’s wedding is simple, intimate but oh so cute!

Kim & Jody were married at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow with their closest friends & family, followed by a charming afternoon tea and dinner at a local restaurant – perfect!

Kim & Jody…

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Tell us how you met and got engaged…

We met in the glamorous world of Local Authority and were friends (completely innocently) for 4 years. Jody even interviewed me for a job once! Then the stars aligned 3 years ago and we were both single at the same time… the rest is history!

Jody asked me to marry him the day before our 2 year anniversary. It was in our garden and very intimate and personal to us (including the use of the model of a mythical woodland creature that we had seen in a shop in Hackney on one of our many walks on the canal). Jody isn’t very good at being patient so we were only engaged 6 months before the big day.

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Was your favourite part of the day?

The ceremony – it meant the world!

How was your day unique?

We wanted a small and intimate wedding with just our families there. It was also very important to us that the wedding was local to us and everything

The Chic + Stylish London Wedding of Ella & Jamie

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A Chic & Stylish London Wedding…

Happy Wednesday Folks!

Got a lovely wedding for you today; a stylish, colourful London celebration which was captured by the lovely Binky Nixon Photography.

With tons of cool handmade details and some wicked Foxes masks, its a beautiful wedding in the big smoke!

Ella & Jamie…

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Was there any theme or inspiration for your wedding day?

There was no theme as such, but we are both designers, so I wanted there to be an element of that shown in the table settings. Each person had a different coloured Pantone card with their menu choices on and they were edged with copper – a colour that we used on our wedding stationary and throughout the wedding.

How did you find love?

We met at the Royal College of Art, London while we were studying for our Masters.

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How did you try to make your day unique?

I tried to make it as unique to us as possible by designing and making as much of what we needed/wanted myself. This included the wedding stationary, the bouquet, the flower girls’ tutu’s, the button holes, the flower plank that hung from the beams, all the flowers in the venue, the table settings, the large snack jars, the kids treat bags and ice cream jars and the wedding cakes… I think I maybe

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