Sarah chose a favorite among our brides, the timeless Cora gown. And doesn't she look divine in this beauty?! Adorned with vintage inspired French embroidery and of course, our dreamy double-face silk charmeuse, this graceful silhouette couldn't have been more perfect for this magical day. Echoing the refined architecture of the Miserden Park Estate, the platinum threaded motifs and whimsical details of the Cora gown almost mimic the backdrop; as if Cora was made just for this venue. Sarah also wore our Vintage Vine Veil which is the perfect addition to her bridal look. Delicate vines trail along the edge of the tulle with a touch of beading to compliment without overpowering her intricate gown. Top it off with an antique 1920's tiara made of wax flowers, and this regal bride is the epitome of timeless beauty!
Sarah's bridesmaids are as sweet as sunshine! The pop of soft yellow adds so much warmth to this gorgeous group, and her father looks absolutely dapper in his morning coat. And how adorable is the couple's little one Jasper, along with Nick's goddaughter dressed up pretty in pink?! I know not everyone invites children to a wedding, and to each their own, but when the little ones are included, it does set a tone of surprise and delight. There's just something so special about seeing all of the generations gathered for such a special day. At the local church, Sarah and Nick had a gorgeous ceremony filled with incredible florals by Studio Sorores who is based right in the village, and of course all of their loved ones were there to cheer them on. The couple made it a priority to infuse as many local vendors and personal elements into their wedding as possible, and a lot of the details were created by the bride and groom themselves - great job you two!
I hope this sweet family continues to enjoy the fireworks of life as they reminisce on this spectacular day. Sending all the love!
Dress: Cora by Claire Pettibone
Bridal Salon: @laceandcobridal