After starting my transformation into a pink princess it was time to head back to ma&pa's to put on my dress & see my beautiful bridesmaids all dolled up. We scrub up well don't we?!
*I'm going to apologise in advance if you're sick of our wedding already but I really want to remember every little detail & my blog is the perfect place to do it. So bear with me & just look at the pretty pictures for now! Mega thanks to Chris Barber for capturing all of these shots :)
Right then let me talk you through our outfits....
**stunning ain't we?!**Speaking of Devine they were FAB with a capital F.A.B. If you ever need a ballgown or bridesmaid dresses made & you're around the Leicestershire area go there, you won't be disappointed. I was really struggling with my bridesmaids dresses, I knew I wanted grey but wanted different necklines, Lou recommended Devine & they were great. I had a choice of fabrics & colours, then all I had to do was explain roughly what each neckline needed to be like (based on the girls picking the one they liked the best over a curry in Brick Lane!) & they sketched it up while I spoke. 2/3 fittings later & there were 5 beautifully lined dresses all the same length & with matching bows at the back, they'd thought about every little detail & were a joy to deal with.
Tatty Devine initial necklaces?! After looking at my options online they were more than helpful when I asked if I could have them in pink to match our colour scheme. When I gave them out as wedding gifts that morning & saw them with the dresses they looked ace! I also wore a Tatty Devine necklace with two magpies for joy (one for sorrow, two for joy), they're the one thing I'm superstitious about & apparently I was told there were two magpies playing outside Adam's hotel before the wedding.
Irregular Choice ones (& they were less blingy!). My second pair was from Carvella & third was Miss KG (I never got to wear these on the day though cos we lost them & didn't find them till the next morning, much to my big toe's dismay!).
To match with the pink theme my ladies all wore pink jelly shoes by Mel, I'm not sure how comfy they turned out to be but they looked amazing & I was dead jealous I didn't get to wear those as well!
After posing for a few snaps outside it was time to pop open the champers, raise our first toast of the day & wait for the excitememnt to begin!
Tune in next week to see what Adam & his boys rocked.