On 22nd of September, after a week of fog and miserable weather, the clouds parted and the sun shone for the wedding of Kate and Scott at Gosfield Hall. Kate had to be one of the most chilled brides we’ve seen and wasn’t nervous at all in the run up to the wedding or on the big day itself. They had booked their wedding at short notice and had only ten weeks to get everything arranged. Kate was convinced that this was why she was so relaxed as she hadn’t had lots of time to think about her choices and had made all of her decisions really quickly.
Her dress was gorgeous and was hand made to her own design by Scott’s Auntie. The white lace fishtail dress complimented her slim figure perfectly. Kate opted for a birdcage veil edged with the tiniest diamantes and crowned with a vintage broach tiara that had been made by her cousin Jo- our Events Co-ordinator here at Gosfield Hall, who also created the bouquet and the button holes.
Scott looked very dapper in tails and was accompanied by his son, who was his Best Man on the day and did an amazing job. He even carried Kate’s little bag for her whilst they were having photos taken!
As a surprise, guests were greeted by the Cambridge Bagpiper- Roy- who bought a tear to many eye as he escorted Kate and her Dad Stuart down the aisle. Kate had chosen not to have any Bridesmaids (who needs one when you have a fabulous piper) and as she arrived at Scott’s side, her smile said it all, as did Scott’s when he saw his gorgeous Bride.
Kate and Scott chose a sophisticated colour scheme of black and white, with a hint of sparkle… Kate’s bouquet reflected this with a posy of white roses with tiny black and white butterflies and black feathers. Their mirrored table plan was really unusual and the Ballroom was decorated with black sashes on the chairs and black and white table runners. The cake continued the theme and was enjoyed by all.