Lockdown wedding of Mr & Mrs Wright

Shona was one of a few brides who chose to press on with her wedding regardless of the pandemic situation. She certainly has no regrets about this now. Here’s what she had to say –

It was an amazing day even though it was small. It felt so much more intimate and special. We got married at Logie Country House and they couldn’t have been more helpful. Gillian is attached to logie and is the wedding planner. She guided through the whole process and made the day run so smoothly. Hudson’s did the catering and the food was amazing. My bridesmaid Karen did the flowers and David bracegirdle played acoustic guitar during the ceremony and drinks reception. Our humanist was Linda Stewart and made it such a special ceremony that was very us. My sister did favours in the form of candles and we also got fudge from nomnom fudge. Our photographers were Suzie Smith and jade esson. My hairdresser was Kim who my general hairdresser and make up was from gosia Weiss. Fran did the alterations and she made the furry shawl.
There was a moment during the ceremony were I looked out and saw everyone in masks and thought this is strange but other then that it felt normal and how we wanted our day to go. We used zoom to allow lots of other guests to join. We got a conference speaker/mic so that everyone could hear on the video and it was great to chat with people over the video after the ceremony.

 

Shona chose a dress called Natalie Grace by Sophia Tolli.  Classic and romantic Natalie Grace is a minimalistic pearl Mikado A-line gown with a deep plunging curved V-neckline with front and side illusion insets, side pockets and a detachable Mikado belt that softly accentuates the waist. A delicate square cut back with a zipper and covered buttons adorn the length of the chapel train. Shona accessorised her gown with a crystal sash and fur wrap. As her venue was way up north and also in winter she knew she needed something to take the chill off. To finish the timeless look shona choose pearls and her jewellery.The bright use of colour in her flowers was a perfect match for her gown, they really popped against her dress. Mathew looked every bit the elegant gentleman in his tailored suit too.

Congratulations to you both you look so happy and I hope that continues for the rest of you lives.

Love always wins,

 

Sara xxx

 

 

 

Photo’s supplied by Suzie Smith wedding photography – click here for more info