A Romantic Countryside Wedding in Yorkshire

by Bridestory [[ 1429063200000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 

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Equal parts of glamour and classy, this white-gold-and-blush wedding was a guaranteed piece of pretty. Jodie and Ross chose the tender mix and created a lasting impression. The blush colored bridesmaids' dresses were the element of sweet. Added some gold on the chairs and table settings, they instantly created glamorous touches to their big day. M & J was behind the camera and you can enjoy every little details right here.


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See also: White-and-Gold Lakeside Wedding in North Carolina

A little story from the bride:

When Ross and I first got engaged, the big question was "Where was the wedding going to be?" With us living in the US, but being from two different countries it was anyone's guess where we would get married. I am originally from the North East of England and Ross is Ohio born and bred, so it made picking the perfect location for our wedding a little tricky.

We stumbled upon Middleton Lodge online before we had really even thought about wedding planning. We were blown away by the images of the venue and thought the place looked amazing. We knew Middleton Lodge was the perfect place to say our "I do's" so we made the decision to book the venue without even seeing it for ourselves. It was a decision we do not regret.

From the start, planning the wedding was easy. We had a clear vision that we wanted the wedding to feel laid back yet elegant and romantic. It is crazy to think that we did it all from the other side of the world, but we did it. The day was fabulous. The great British weather held out and we had glorious sunshine all day. Everyone had so much fun and everything was just perfect and created such a memorable day for everyone – but especially us.


CREDIT TO VENDORS:

  • Dress & Attire: Jenny Yoo , Joanna August , Saint Laurent
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  • Jewelry: Sara Gabriel , Tiffany's
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  • Men's Formal Wear: Bonobos
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  • Others (Unique Services): Victoria's Secret , notonthehighstreet.com , M&S
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  • Hair & Makeup: Contemporary Yarm
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  • Flowers: Sandra Rose
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  • Entertainment (Music): Ceremony guitar
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  • Entertainment (DJ): Laura Mason
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  • Catering: Middleton Lodge
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  • Favors & Gifts: Traditional British candy in kraft bags
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  • Invitations: Yellow Door Creative
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  • Decoration & Lighting: florist , Tea light holders , BHLDN , Coco Luminaire
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  • Wedding Cake: Dreamworld Cake
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  • Photography:

    M&J Photography


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