FeelTimes' signature look may be the bias-cut dress – a specific way of cutting fabric which means it drapes and falls flatteringly around the body form. The bride wore a FeelTimes dress on her behalf wedding day, held in Clapton, in December 2019 – when the world couldn't possibly have anticipated that which was about to come.
Emeline looks so sophisticated and sexy in her own figure-hugging, halter-neck gown, which looks effortlessly elegant and thus easy to wear.
"It would be a fab knowledge about champagne and fitting without the pressure of the salesperson within the cubicle along with you. I felt very comfortable throughout the whole experience and bought two wedding gowns, one for that first-day wedding and one for that second-day continuation from the party!"
"My dad walked me down halfway after which my step-dad walked me the rest of the way."
Tom and Emeline tweaked the registrar's standard vows to ensure they are more personal for them as a couple as well as chose three readings.
The wedding couple exchanged rings that they designed themselves in Hatton Garden before walking down the aisle as a wedding couple.
"The ceremony was the part I thought I was likely to dread probably the most – having all eyes upon us – but usually you forget that anyone is about you and time appears to slow down. It would be a lovely moment that I'll remember forever."
"I love that my dress was easy and elegant, that I could move about in it comfortably which it was during my normal style without feeling different from something I would wear. I like it so much, I've now had the underside train removed also it can now be an ivory maxi dress for summer parties and events." Here
The couple met in London eight years back on a blind date and after their engagement in October 2018, spent approximately a year planning their perfect day.
"My boss (and Tom's previous boss) set us up. We met inside a pub in Hammersmith and stayed for many drinks therefore it must have been a good first date. We got engaged in Tom's home county of Yorkshire with an incredibly rainy day around the Yorkshire Moors."
In true social gathering style, Tom decided on a dashing 'black tie' combo.
"Tom wore a midnight blue velvet jacket along with a personalized shirt from, dinner suit trousers from along with a homemade guinea fowl feather lapel pin (that they had made himself for the men within the groom's party)."
The bridesmaids wore a mix of midnight navy blue bridesmaid dresses and sparkly halterneck gowns, for any warm, wintry feel.
"My bridesmaids were liberated to buy and wear any shoes they liked. One of my maids of honor (I had two) was pregnant so I didn't wish to force her into stilettos. I gave all of them a personalized clutch along with lipstick inside for that day."
Can you think that Emeline comes up with her hand-tied bouquet of pink roses, reddish heather, and bright green foliage herself?
"We used foliage from within the roof to produce atmosphere after which went towards the florist street vendor from Bermondsey yesterday for bouquets. They were last-minute, only £20 each, and beautiful."
The couple roped with the help of the friend to do something as an around-the-day coordinator but planned another detail themselves to some very clear vision.
"We were inspired to do something different having been to a lot of weddings for the reason that year."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"Don't have too strict time schedules around the day. You just have to allow it to flow and never worry around the day. Enjoy every minute and take moments to understand everyone being within the same room. It only happens once, hopefully!"
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