Brought together by a mutual love of the 1960s and mod culture, Nikki & Paul met at a 1960s themed club. “I was inspired by wedding blogs like Rock n Roll Bride that talk about weddings that are slightly left field”, began the bride. “I was inspired by weddings with bright colours (we had orange and electric blue with grey) and we wanted to make sure each part of the day was reflective of who we are. We also didn’t take anything too seriously – it was meant to be fun!”
The theme of the wedding was ‘Mod’ and quintessentially British with everything from the invites (designed as a 7in single), the groom’s gift from his bride (a 125 cc Vespa!) and the fact that the groom performed with his own band at the end of the night, adding to it. “My husband’s own mod band, made up of all the ushers and best men, played instead of a first dance and brought the house down. You can see that Paul is in his element and was born to be a front man. Playing his favourite music to all his friends and family on his wedding day was something just so special and it really shows in the photos.”
Instead of a wedding cake they had red, white & blue cake pops arranged like the Union Jack and in lieu of table numbers, album covers from their favourite bands. Even their wedding photographer, Adam of Viva Wedding Photography, replicated some iconic mod scenes for their wedding portraits. Their group shot is very Quadrophenia don’t you think!?
Mod-tastic! (yes I hate myself a little bit for saying that…) Thank you to Nikki & Paul and their fabulous wedding photographer Adam of Viva Wedding Photography for sharing with us today.