Charley & Pete’s Spanish Fiesta Wedding at High Hurstwood Village Hall

 

 

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The end of the wedding season always brings with its some mixed feelings; on the one hand, sleep can become a regular part of my weekends again. On the other, I know I’m going to miss the mad rush and excitement of it all. This year’s season flew by faster than any other I’ve ever experienced.Β It’s been total madness. And while I’m mourning the end of it in one way, I’m also reeling from being able to go outΒ on one MASSIVE last high.

If you’ve been reading for any length of time then you’ll know that for the past year or so I’ve worked closely with Jenny from Bellaboo and Beau on several wedding-related projects – we’ve styled shoots that have ended up gracing the pages of Love My Dress, Whimsical Wonderland Weddings and Rock ‘n Roll Bride, as well as making and creating all sorts of quirky things for real life brides who want something that little bit more unique and untraditional. And Charley and Pete, Jenny’s last official summer ’14 clients, were no exception.

The brief for this wedding was really simple – bright, colourful and fun. Charley wanted to capture the essence of a Spanish street fair with lots of food (paella), lots of drink (Sangria) and LOTS of dancing. And man, if I could have been an actual guest at any of this year’s weddings, this one would have been it.

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Amazing! You can read more about the creative process behind Charley and Pete’s big day over on Jenny’s website here, where she explains how the overall look came together. Here’s to summer 2015!

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