The whole feel of the wedding was incredibly romantic and beautiful, which is the exact vibe the couple were going for with their vintage and country garden theme.
The gorgeous centrepieces were large silver pedestal bowls filled with an abundance of blush pink and white flowers, similar to the ones that florist Laura used in the bouquets.
Surrounding the centrepieces were a number of scented tea light candles and a pretty scattering of fresh rose petals – we can only imagine how good the tables must’ve smelled!
Tables numbers were embellished with clusters of pearls to enhance the vintage feel and guests got to sit on pretty white wash chairs, decorated with lace and hessian bows. There’s no denying that the reception looked like vintage perfection!
Instead of wedding favours, Yvette and Andrew decided that they would instead make a donation to The Scleroderma Society on behalf of each guest – in tribute to Yvette’s late brother Simon.
Yvette made a scroll for each table which had a black and white photo of Simon, along with an explanation of why the charity was close to their hearts and that they wanted to give a donation instead.