Fabulous floral frocks, stunning styling, a beautiful birdcage veil and the cutest doggies you ever did see

I can’t think of a better real wedding to get us over the Wednesday hump! What an incredible real wedding Bree and Neil’s big day was too – down to every detail, from the gorgeous bride’s dress and birdcage veil, to the stunning bridesmaids in floral Vivien of Holloway dresses, to the stunning photography by Albert Palmer Photography and the impeccable styling (as always) by Kirsten of The Little Wedding Helper (who’s also one of the nicest people ever!) 

This wedding even has adorable critters – what more could you want? The bride, Bree, had particular praises to sing about Kirsten’s work, so I’ll hand over to her to tell you about why she was so thrilled with her work:

“We found Kirsten at the Bristol Vintage Wedding Fair about six weeks before we were due to get married. We had been sourcing our own decorations & bits & pieces for the wedding but something was missing. We saw Kirsten who immediately became excited about our ideas & we knew we just had to have her (and her vintage sideboard!).

It was such a relief to find someone who was on our wavelength and so on board with our theme & sense of styling. We left Kirsten & some other lovely people to style our venue the day before-how did I think I was ever going to do that on my own?

When Neil and I walked in on our wedding day we were so blown away. Our guests thought everything was awesome too. The vision we had was perfectly replicated & exceeded our expectations. Thank you Kirsten for everything you did, how easy you were to work with & a million thank yous for ‘getting it’! “

Images © 2012 Albert Palmer Photography





















































Bride’s dress – Maggie Sottero
Bridesmaids – Vivien of Holloway
Shoes – Rachel Simpson Shoes
Flowers – Harmony Flowers
Cake – Jennie Munday
Photography – Albert Palmer Photography
Styling – Little Wedding Helper 

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