Hi guys, this afternoon's wedding comes to you from a Yorkshire based wedding photographer, Shelly Mantovani of Toast of Leeds.
Dan and Jenny got married on 6th July this year at East Riddlesden Hall in Keighley. I love this wedding for it's cute attention to detail; the his 'n hers table names and the fact the couple cared not a jot that they needed to get their umbrella out and that cute little cake-topper!
"Mum and I made the little cake for the top of the stand and the cake bunting. The tarts were our dessert, supplied by the caterer…"
Love My Dress Wedding Blog – Photography Copyright (c) 2012, Toast of Leeds
"Dan and I have been together for eight years and are from the same town – Hebden Bridge, although we live together down in London. Dan proposed on my 30th birthday in Sydney on our world trip…"
Jenny's dress was a David Fielden design that she purchased at a sample sale…
"I was looking for something with a vintage style and loved the 1920's style beading and shape at the neckline…"
"The barn at East Riddlesden Hall was a blank canvas, and we were able to add our own style which is exactly what we were looking for. I’m a graphic designer, so the opportunity to create something that was unique to us was something I jumped at…"
Oh hello cute little 'his n hers' table names!
"Shelly and Paul at Toast of Leeds were our photographers – they are both absolute stars and would recommend them in an instant …"
"We added home made bunting, artwork and photos in frames on the walls, vintage crockery that we collected in charity shops and home made cake stands. My auntie Pat arranged flowers in teapots for our centre pieces and roses in milk bottles…"
"I spotted a picture of a bouquet in a magazine and we worked from that. I wanted something vintage inspired with a mix of muted colours. The bouquet included roses, sweet peas, eucalyptus and rosemary, so it smelled gorgeous…"
"The vintage crockery inspired an overall vintage theme, although we weren’t slaves to a particular era. We went for a mix of colours rather than sticking with a rigid colour theme, but overall I suppose we had a pink feel…"
"I made paper rose rings for the ladies and Dan made chilli Jam for the men – I designed all the packaging to match our theme. We donated £100 to a local hospice instead of expensive favours."
"The band we hired, Agent Smith, were amazing!"
Words of Wedded Wisdom…
"Enjoy every second – it’s over way too fast!"
Ahhh, love this wedding, congratulations Dan and Jenny – and thank you Shelly at Toast of Leeds for sharing these lovely images 😉
Photographer – Toast of Leeds
Venue – East Riddlesden Hall
Brides dress – David Fielden
Brides Shoes – Debut at Debenhams
Brides Accessories – Vintage headband from ebay + vintage necklace from Hebden Bridge Flea market + a pair of earrings borrowed from Mum!
Grooms Suit – Ted Baker + pocket watch from antique market at Elsecar Heritage Centre, South Yorks.
Bridesmaids Dresses – Kaliko at House of Fraiser + Glitzy Secrets hair accessories
Hair and Make-up Artist – Jo-anne Bilham
Florist – Stems Design
Catering Company – GFS catering
Entertainment – Agent Smith
10 thoughts on “A David Fielden Wedding Dress and Hints of Vintage Pretty…”
Beautiful, love all the little pretty touches. xx
Love the touches in this wedding and love the fact they look so care free and happy. x
Thanks Annabel for featuring another of our lovely weddings. Jenny and Dan were absolutely awesome and despite the fact that on the day of their wedding a month’s worth of rain fell, the weather didn’t dampen their spirits one iota. They were fab. xx
GORGEOUS (as always). I love the cake at this wedding it is too yummy looking.
I am a BIG fan of Shelly’s work and this wedding is no exeption. Great work xxx
I love your bouquet. Garden roses are simply gorgeous!
Thanks so much Kelly -you have great taste in photographers 😉
Thanks Laura, that’s what I loved about this wedding too, they look so relaxed and happy, just as a wedding day should be – no stress!
You are so welcome my love, thank *you*
WoW! LOve the photos.=D