No matter where Cheryl looked for inspiration when it came to choosing her wedding dress, she kept getting drawn to the image of the 1613 by Mori Lee. She went dress shopping with her mum and aunt and tried on several gowns, but couldn’t forget the Mori Lee beauty.
Eventually, she tracked the dress down to a stall at the National Wedding Show in Birmingham, and found it to be everything she’d dreamed of and more. The deposit was firmly put down, even though the dress shop, 2 Have and 2 Hold was four hours away from where she lived!
It had a flattering, feminine shape without being overly girly, which suited Cheryl perfectly. With her dress sorted, it was time to dress her seven bridesmaids! The maids wore fuchsia dresses bought online, and the maid of honour had a black gown from Halo and Ellis, to stand out.