Jenni chose to have three incredible dresses for her wedding day – one for the ceremony, one for the first dance and one for the evening party.
The evening dress was handmade by her talented mum and was inspired by a Giles Deacon design which Jenni had been crushing on for so years.
She first spotted the ball gown on Kerry Washington while attending a film premiere for ‘Django Unchained’ and fell in love with it – little did she know she’d be wearing a similar dress for her wedding day years later!
For the daytime ceremony dress, Jenni knew straight away that she wanted a classic mermaid dress from Zac Posen, having been a fan of the label’s famous figure hugging dresses for years.
As for the first dance dress, Jenni needed something a bit shorter and floaty so she could move about with grace and ease, owing to the fact that she and Andy had a choreographed dance routine planned (more on that later!).
Jenni paired her dresses with a gorgeous Swarovski necklace and bracelet set and the amazing ‘Evangeline’ winged shoes from Sophia Webster for a unique look.
Her handsome groom Andy certainly looked the part too – he sported a blue suit with brown shoes, a grey tie and personalised cufflinks.
The happy pair originally looked at getting grey suits for Andy and his groomsmen but soon decided that blue was a dapper choice.