We’re excited to be publishing our first real wedding on Juno & Joy today and this one’s a rustic beauty. When the lovely Rosie Anderson sent over the images the first word that came to mind was “charming” – and quintessentially British at that! For me it perfectly captures everything we champion in a wedding; Sam and Tom have chosen classic design and style but with a modern edge – rustic simplicity is apparent throughout, offering oodles of country garden charm without being twee and chintzy and there’s personal details in abundance. Sam is the Juno & Joy bride personified – she looks breathtakingly beautiful yet comfortable and confidant in her attire – like the best possible version of herself. Have a good browse through – you’re sure to love this autumn wedding as much as we do…
From photographer Rosie Anderson: The venue was Tom’s uncle’s place – The Old Vicarage in the village of Upottery. As the name might suggest it was just a stones throw from the old village church. Sam looked adorable in her Collette Dinnigan dress and flower crown. The marquee was full of rustic décor and greenery.
Rosie continues: Sam’s mum made the wedding cake. It was a perfect blend of homemade charm and attention to detail. Outside in the garden everyone caught the very last remnants of the summer before heading into the marquee. Celebrations started in earnest by the sharing of good food, drink and music.
Supplier love goes to//Photographer: Rosie Anderson//Photography assistant: Jessica Reid//Dress designer: Collette Dinnigan//Florals: Bramble & Wild//Hair: Jyn San Hair & Make-up//Catering: Gideon Hitchen//Marquee: Abbas Marquee ♥ Make-up credit goes to Sam’s Maid of Honour Beccs and the beautiful cake was made by Sam’s Mum ♥
…So there you have it – a beautiful wedding to start us off with seriously swoon-worthy details. The flowers, wedding gown and stationery were a highlight for me – though I could list so much more…
How about you?