Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Wedding Wednesday Chapter II - Details

First of all, I apologise for my week long absence. I've been a bit under the weather with a bug so have been having a little break from blogging. I'm starting to feel much better now although still lacking energy.

So now, for part 2 of my wedding posts I wanted to share with you some pictures of all the details of my outfit...

The dress

My dress was a beautiful gown from Jenny Packham. I loved all of her gowns and had a hard time deciding which one I wanted.

Hair accesories

I chose a hair comb also by Jenny Packham and a veil from Richard Designs


My shoes were from Dune and despite the pretty high heels were pretty comfortable to wear. I used heel stoppers to stop me from sinking into the grass during the ceremony.


My bouquet and the men's buttonholes were from a local florist, Stems of Jedburgh. I wanted a natural country look using in season flowers. I pretty much left it up to the florist to decide which flowers to use and I think she did an amazing job.

So, with everything finally in place I was ready to go and get married!

(All photographs by McBeth Photography)


The Southland Life said...

So beautiful! Love these posts!

Pepe Le Pew said...

I love that dress.

Loree said...

Everything was so very beautiful.

Daydream Living said...

Hi Sarah Elizabeth,
glad you feel much better, thanks for your nice comment, I know this flu season is a strong one, pfff...
About your dress, it is gorgeous! Really timeless, thanks for the share!

LindyLouMac said...

Just read both the Wedding Wednesday posts, what a beautiful bride you made, love the dress. I also hope you are feeling better now and enjoying this taste of Spring we are enjoying.

Olga said...

I hear people say that girls look like princesses at their weddings, but you must be a real princess.

Signe said...

Your shoes are simply gorgeous! And it looks like it was such a great day for you :)

Sarah Elizabeth said...

Thanks for all of your lovely comments.

Olga - you are so sweet. I did indeed feel like a princess on my wedding day. Sarah means princess in Hebrew so maybe I am a real princess!!!

International Woman of Mystery said...

So simple, elegant, beautiful. Sounds like a lovely day!