Julie and Diccon’s Real Life Wedding Style Tips

 

Based on your own experience, give us some top tips…
For brides – Keep it simple. Don’t panic. Enjoy it. If a little thing goes wrong, don’t let it ruin your day just have another glass of Champagne and go with the flow.
For grooms – Erm…pick someone you love.
For keeping to a budget – Get married abroad. It’s a lot cheaper than you think. The food is better and there’s no corkage! “If we could do it all again, we’d…” wouldn’t change anything!
LET’S TALK ABOUT THE OUTFIT!
I purchased my wedding dress in a shop in Bromley called Marianne Jessica. I initially thought I’d find something on ebay. But this idea didn’t last long! In the end I brought the dress in a lovely little boutique style shop near where I live. As I was looking through the rails I knew I’d found the dress for me the second I clapped eyes on it. This completely blew my original ebay budget, but what’s a girl to do?
Did Diccon choose his oufit it?
Yes. Being a typical man it was the first thing he tried on. At first I thought he was just being lazy. But when I saw him try it on, I had to agree, it did look nice. He doesn’t usually wear a suit so I thought that he looked really smart.
BIG DAY DETAILS
How did you create your fabulous big day look?
We used Tuscan Dreams wedding planners.  Erica/Nicoletta from Tuscan Dreams made planning our wedding very easy from booking our venue to making sure our day went smoothly. Their details are:- dream@tuscan-dreams.com www.tuscan-dreams.com. As I didn’t know how I wanted to get married it took us a while to come up with ideas.  It wasn’t until someone at work said that they were getting married in Tuscany that I thought that could work for us seeing as we wanted a small wedding, outside in the sun, with tasty local Italian food.