Modern + Elegant FeelTimes Bridal

It's undeniable that East London is a hotbed of cool, contemporary architecture and artwork; so much so that newlywed couples, as well as their photographers, are spoilt for choice about backdrops for portrait shots. Please meet and, who both operate in advertising for, who chose in Shoreditch, East London for his or her modern and minimal wedding on 20 August 2021. The bride wore an attractive, contemporary gown.

"I had never imagined or pictured my wedding gown so when I started searching for designers, I didn't possess a clue how to start. I found FeelTimes so that as cliché as this may sound, I knew I'd found the designer for my dress the moment I began looking through her collection. They're simple, elegant, and modern whilst being striking and unique."

The five bridesmaid dresses wore an array of gowns in shades of blue.

"We wanted these phones to feel comfortable, beautiful, and like themselves. They all have such different styles and body shapes so there is no way that people would locate one dress they all felt amazing in. We gave them a financial budget and asked these phones to find a dress they loved in a shade of blue."

"When Jon and I started dating we'd often share music that people loved with one another. Ólafur was an artist that people frequently share. We've seen him several times and randomly saw him on vacation in Ubud, Bali. It just felt to use one of his songs inside a pivotal moment in our lives."

Nic and Jon first met through work and were engaged over lockdowns.

"Our marriage evolved from what started as a work flirtation. We had seen and known of one another briefly around the office for any year before we properly met. Then, on the sunny August evening in a bar near work, we've got to talk. I’d like to express that the rest is history but we spent months getting to know one another before we continued our first date. A few years later we began to start referring to marriage."

"Little did I realize that Jon was likely to pop the question on vacation in Mexico where we expecting to possess a weekend to ourselves, before meeting friends in Tulum. Unfortunately, Covid got within the way of that wonderful idea so instead, Jon brought Mexico to the little London flat and surprised me by proposing on a Wednesday evening."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"Something that people wish somebody had said to us before your day is it's ok should you don't feel your very best self at each moment from the day. Our emotions were so overwhelming inside in a good way but we also felt anxious and tired at points. If you do possess a moment or moments where you're not feeling the way you expected, realize that it's normal and become kind to yourself."

"Take a while for yourself, do what you ought to reset and I promise those feelings will pass and you'll return to enjoying your day. Your wedding is perfect for you and your partner. Make decisions according to what you want, this is not about what others want or expect of your stuff. Stay true to yourselves and what the marriage means for you."

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