Today – as promised – I’d like to share the pictures from one of my lovely clients, Ania. For their vintage-inspired London wedding, Ania and Mark knew they wanted to keep the day as simple and relaxed as possible…
As Ania says:
“We didn’t have any particular theme in mind when planning the day. I just wanted a rustic, shabby, boho feel, with a flavour of vintage to it.”
Ania chose a gorgeous, floaty, 1970s lace wedding dress from my selection of original vintage wedding dresses. A perfect choice: she looks beautiful, relaxed and rocknroll!
And Ania – such a darling – was very generous about Heavenly Vintage Brides!
“I am so happy I found you! Everyone loved the amazing dress. I can’t thank you enough for everything, Helena. For your advice, the lovely words and for my dream wedding dress -:)”
The day was made even more special by their choice of iconic London locations – the grandeur of Islington Town Hall, a traditional London red bus, the AK Rowing Club on the banks of the Thames, and finally Hammersmith Bridge by night!
Add some good friends, delightful home-made decorations, and sunflowers… lots of Ania’s favourite sunflowers.
Oh, and dancing too. Lots of dancing! A heavenly formula for a perfect vintage-style London wedding, for a perfectly lovely London couple.
Thank you so much to Ania, and to her photographer Sassy at Assassynation, for sharing the pictures of this fantastic day.
If you’d like to see more of lovely Ania and Mark, check out the feature on RocknRoll Bride. If you’d like to see more real vintage brides in Heavenly vintage, check out the Real Brides section on my vintage wedding blog here or my website here.
And if you’re feeling inspired to see more beautiful dresses, check out my selection of original vintage wedding dresses on my vintage wedding blog here.
Thanks for stopping by today. See you again soon…
Ania chose a 1970s vintage lace wedding dress from Heavenly Vintage Brides.
Her natural beauty was revealed by make-up artist Bella Simonsen.
Ania tripped down the aisle at Islington Town Hall in shoes from Etsy,
Carrying her favourite sunflowers from Turners.
To where Mark stood proudly waiting, looking dapper in a suit by Adam of London.
Then they – and all their friends – travelled across London on This Bus to the AK Rowing Club.
There they partied the night away to tunes spun by MD Essential DJs.
With thanks to Assassynation who were on hand to photograph the big day and night.
Heavenly Vintage Brides