Charlotte & George’s homemade wedding was just so gorgeous right down to the finest detail. And detail really was the word of the day!

From home grown succulents to give out as wedding favours, to little bags of sweets for the bus journey to the wedding reception – these guys had thought of everything and it was so special.

Bridal prep was a lot of fun, and the colour-coordinated dressing gowns made the best photos! It was lovely to work with amazing make up artist Kim, who I had also worked with at Dom & Kirsty’s wedding! The flowers from Frances and Rose were absolutely gorgeous. Having studied horticulture at university, the flowers were a huge part of the wedding day for Charlotte. And they did not disappoint! Even the flowers on the tables were left as a surprise until the day.

When we arrived at the church, George was waiting nervously at the end of the aisle. Once Charlotte had walked down the aisle, the vicar announced that it was the first time in 30 years that a bride had been early to a wedding! What a moment!

Luckily the sun came through the clouds just in time to throw all the homemade confetti that Charlotte had spent so many hours making. When we got to the reception, there were more lawn games than you could shake a stick at!

The rain was on and off for most of the day, but it didn’t stop everybody having an amazing time. Every single guest jumped onto the dancefloor, and after a rather delicious homemade pizza, it was back to Harrogate.

What a lovely wedding. Thank you to Charlotte & George for letting me be part of such a special day.