Hannah and Simon's Oxford wedding makes me smile every time I look at it! Hannah's smile is more than infectious, and she was grinning and chuckling pretty much all day.
Hannah got ready at her parents' house with her bridesmaids and two cute dogs. She wore a stunning champaigne coloured Charlie Brear dress, with a 20s style drop waist. The style suited her down to a tee, especially with her vintage looking Agnes Hart veil. Hannah has been known to dabble in singing, especially 20s and 30 jazz numbers, and everyone agreed the style of her dress was just perfect! The bridesmaids wore four pastel toned gowns, all unique and individual, but also perfectly matched between them. Simon, on the other hand, looked extremely dapper in his tweed suit and bow tie.
They had a humanist ceremony at Oxford Town Hall, where the couple giggled through the whole ceremony before exchanging the rings they made at The Quarter Workshop (an experience I fully recommend - I made my wedding rings there too!). They had an arch full of flowers as their backdrop... So stunning!
We then took a couple of boats up the river to The Perch, one of their favourite (and dog friendly) pubs, where a beautiful banquet was laid out. The cake was a gorgeous naked affair from Barefoot Oxford (a favourite of everyone I know in Oxford!). And then all the guests danced the night away with a jazz and swing band.
This lovely wedding is also available to view in the Love My Dress wedding blog.
Wedding venues: Oxford Town Hall and The Perch
Bride's dress: Charlie Brear
Bride's veil: Agnes Hart
Bride's shoes: Rachel Simpson
Bride's jewellery: Reginald Davies
Bride's fragrance: Jo Malone
Hair and make-up: Portraits bridal
Wedding rings: The Quarter Workshop
Groom's suit: Walker Slater
Bridesmaids' dresses: Monsoon, Adrianna Papell and ASOS
Bridesmaids' hair flowers: Gypsy Rose Vintage
Flowers: Green and Gorgeous
Wedding car: Morris Minor
Boat journey: Oxford River Cruises
Cake: Barefoot Oxford
Wedding stationery: Natalie Hough at Ethical History Co.
Wedding videography: Wagtail Productions
Music band: The Swing Ninjas