This wedding day will blow your socks off. In fact, it’s simply too much for one post so I’ve had to split it into two.
As a graphic designer for Mulberry, Sophie clearly has cool running through her veins. A fellow Cymbeline dress wearer, the veil is not just a normal veil, oh no, it’s a hooded cape. With a change into an equally awesome feathered cape and then an even more exquisite vintage shirt, I am sure that you will fall head over heels with Sophie’s look just like I have done.
This is a wedding full of passion, personality and pizzazz. Captured by the talented Mark Tattersall, this wedding really does have it all…..
Who will you kiss at midnight?
Jules and Sophie were married on New Years Eve 2012 in North Somerset, UK. They chose a winter wedding in order to control the environment more – candles were lit at 5pm and fires stocked to create warmth.
There’s no place like home
I couldn’t agree more with Sophie’s sentiment that some wedding venues have the feel of a ‘wedding conveyor belt’, so in order to make it completely bespoke and unique they decided to get married at her parents home in North Somerset, UK.
Graphic Designer Queen
As a Graphic Designer, Sophie was able to design everything. Her studio is called Deer Stationer who create beautiful bespoke invitations, at any budget the client has. Judging by these images, the work is beautifully designed and crafted.
Dressed to Perfection
Sophie’s Cymbeline dress was found in Mirror Mirror London, Islington; after a number of different dresses, the perfect one was found and the perfect hooded veil, also Cymbeline. The feathered cape is Miss Selfridge and the beaded shirt from Annie’s Vintage. The hair accessory is vintage from Camden Passage and the bracelet from Liberty.