Kelly from Natashia Wiggins created a loose style side bun with a front braid for the brides hair, which was glammed up with a vintage style diamante slide and the Maid of Honour's lovingly lent veil. Lisa’s makeup was beautifully minimalist, her look was fresh faced and natural.
The new Mrs Malloy scoped out wedding dress styles at The National Wedding Show in London, before choosing her True Bride number at Elderberry Brides in Basingstoke. Lisa tried 6 different styles before she found the right one; a strapless, A-line dress in antique colours, covered with ivory lace and some crystals for added sparkle.
The bridesmaid’s both wore strapless navy dresses, Selina’s was from Debenhams and Faith’s from BHS, with silver shoes, jewellery and faux fur shrugs from Monsoon. David and his groomsmen wore suits that were hired from Moss Bros. The groom looked sharp in the Lincoln navy package, with a matching tie and silver Hawkstone waistcoat.