Helen wore a beautiful wedding gown from Pronovias, bought at The Bridal Box located in Summertown, Oxford. Which included stunning lace detailing on the bodice and around the train. Helen complemented her dress with the Isabella single tier cut edge veil in church length, which helped create the overall soft and delicate look. This was paired with the Myra hair vine in gold, which features intricate flowers, pearls and glass beads.
‘I ADORED my veil, kept it on much longer than I intended to and was so pleased that I did. My hair vine was so pretty, one of the first things my husband said to me when we got in the car after getting married was how lovely it looked.’
The soft hair and makeup look was created by Rebecca Lloyd, whose studio is situated in the peaceful village of East Hanney, Oxfordshire.
The Reception took place in Ufton Court, Berkshire. A charming and historic Tithe Barn andElizabethan manor house with surrounding landscapes, lined with ancient oak trees.
The catering was looked after byThe Wild Fork, an event catering company based in West Berkshire delivering quintessentially British menus. Helen and her husband had a cheese tower instead of a traditional cake!
‘My husband is half Ukrainian so his mum made us a Korovai, which is a traditional Ukrainian wedding cake.’
The flowers and beautiful bouquet was designed and created by Wessex Flower Company, based in rural West Berkshire. Helen's bouquet was truly stunning, adopting a natural loose style including magenta's and pale pinks and eucalyptus foliage.
The couples day was elegantly captured by Jamie Dunn, whose work is signified by observing the beauty and meaning in the events that unfold during the special day.