Margaret and Malcolm had a homemade, intimate celebration, with a vintage look. They tied the knot in the church where Malcolm’s parents had been married years before and friends pitched in to do the photographs, church flowers, video and music. Many of the hymns and readings had been featured at family weddings in the past, and most of the decorations centre pieces, stationery, and favours were all carefully, and very beautifully made by hand.
Margaret and Malcolm were both teaching at the same school when they met and it only took them a little over a year to decide that they wanted to be with each other for the rest of their lives. Out of the blue the couple decided to discuss dates and venues and before they knew it they were out buying an engagement ring together.
The couple planned their wedding in just five and a half months and had a lot of fun arranging the personal and very creative aspects of their day.
Margaret tried on about 20 wedding dresses before finding her classic romance come modern glamour style gown. She couldn’t stop posing in the mirror when she tried the Essence of Australia beauty and was grateful for the help that she received at the bridalwear shop in London.
Malcolm & Margaret’s supplier list
Wedding Dresses by: Essence of Australia
Bridalwear Shop by: London Bride UK