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One Super Boho Bride…

Lianne was an absolute joy to work with from start to finish. A bride who knew exactly what she wanted and her style and ideas where right up our street! Here is the story of her amazing wedding day and what inspired her.

The Setting…

The Crown Inn, Old Dalby.

Believe it or not the venue was chosen even before Lianne and Gideon were engaged. “When we first went there we were immediately struck by what an enchanting place it was, full of rustic quirks and a natural, comfortable, countryside feel. Despite not being engaged at the time, we talked about what a great place it would be to get married, so after that we knew that when we got engaged, they’d be the first people we asked if they would host our wedding.” Such a stunning setting that suited Lianne and her day perfectly.

The feel of the day and colours…

With Lianne being so laid back we knew she didn’t have any strict ideas on set colour themes and what was important to her was that it all felt very relaxed. “The day was semi-formal but with a relaxed vibe. There were some common colours but part of the charm of the venue was in its mixtures of colours and materials throughout so we didn’t want to lose that.”

Flowers…

Sophie’s Flowers in Melton Mowbray

“We chose flowers that were in season: gypsophila, daisies, roses and lush green leaves. A few flowers were popped into my hair to finish the boho bride look.” We absolutely adored the style of Liannes bouquet. The natural feel and choice of flowers were amazing.

Hair and Make-up

Lianne wore some stunning fresh flowers in her hair with a soft natural up do. “My make-up was done by a friend, Nina Dhanjal, who happens to be a trained make-up artist, which was handy! Another friend did my hair, who used to be a trained hairdresser. I went for a natural look without too much fuss.”

Shoes…

Rachel Simpson, Mimosa Mint

We couldn’t love Lianne’s choice of shoes anymore. The touch of colour worked so well with the nude tone in her skirt and they had gorgeous vintage feel to them.

Accessories…

Lianne kept it ultra effortless and kept her accessories to a minimum. Her Jewellery was from “a quirky little shop on Leicester High Street called Amabis.”

Bridesmaids…

Sticking with delicate colour tones Liannes bridesmaids were beautiful. “They wore slightly different styles but each was in a pastel green colour dress.”

The Men…

“Groom wore a dark navy 3-piece suit with a pale blue shirt and patterned light purple tie.”

Photographer…

Emily Coles Photographer.

The photographer was a friend of the grooms which was lovely. She captured their day so beautifully and really gave you an idea for the lovely cool feel of the day.

The dress…

We designed and made Lianne’s skirt and top. Made out of sumptuous silk crepe back satin it was a super cool stylish top with an inverted back and buttoned detail with a silk skirt to match with thick waistband and soft nude tulle overlay. One of our favourite looks! “I chose it as I felt completely amazing wearing it, it was also so comfortable and effortless. It made me feel like a classic, boho bride!”

What an incredible wedding and stunning images! We really miss Lianne coming in for her fittings. She is one seriously stylish Noble and Wright Atelier bride. We couldn’t love her look anymore!

The Noble and Wright Team xx