City Chic Fashionista Wedding

Lee & Rose got married in Liverpool in a super duper stylish way. Rose’s outfit is literally off-the-hook! Have you ever seen a bride look so damn funky? Plus (and you’re going to love this) it is all from the British high street! Be sure to check out the full list of where each item was found after the photographic goodness. I am just mad about those tights…

“There was no real theme as such, but the sort of couple we are means that we wanted something relaxed, informal and fun” Lee , the groom, told me “We wanted a simple wedding, we wanted to wear the outfits we wanted, we wanted to pay for everything ourselves, and more importantly, we wanted our friends and family to come and have a good time, not feel like they had to behave in a manner they normally wouldn’t, i.e. no strict seating arrangements, not worrying about which knife to use to cut the bread roll, etc. We’re not show-offs, and we’re not millionaires, and we have our own sense of style, so we couldn’t see the point in all this so-called ‘traditional’ excess that means the marriage starts off with £30,000 worth of debt! It just wouldn’t be us.”

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To save money the couple got married at Liverpool registry office and then had their reception in a pub, The Ship and Mitre. “Lee and Rose felt very strongly that they didn’t want to spend a lot of time and money on all the material paraphernalia and extras that people can focus on for their weddings. They’re madly in love and simply wanted to marry each other, with their friends and family around, in a way that enabled everyone to just relax and enjoy the day” photographer Anna explained. 

Big sparkly Rock n Roll love and thanks to photographer Anna and Lee & Rose for sharing their day with us.

Credit: Anna Hardy
Dress: Lola Loves, Cavern Walks, Liverpool
Hand-shaped Earrings: Tatty Devine
Heart Necklace: Zoe P Jewellery
Clear Bracelet: New Look
Clear Ring: Accessorize
Shoes: Faith
Tights: House of Holland
Wedding Rings: Caroline Royal
Flowers: Friend
Venue/food: Ship and Mitre pub
Cake: Friend

14 comments

  1. “There was no real theme as such, but the sort of couple we are means that we wanted something relaxed, informal and fun” Lee , the groom, told me “We wanted a simple wedding, we wanted to wear the outfits we wanted, we wanted to pay for everything ourselves, and more importantly, we wanted our friends and family to come and have a good time, not feel like they had to behave in a manner they normally wouldn’t, i.e. no strict seating arrangements, not worrying about which knife to use to cut the bread roll, etc. We’re not show-offs, and we’re not millionaires, and we have our own sense of style, so we couldn’t see the point in all this so-called ‘traditional’ excess that means the marriage starts off with £30,000 worth of debt! It just wouldn’t be us.”
    +1

  2. Super funky awesomeness! Just goes to show that a high street wedding can be just as good as £30k Totally agree with their wedding philosophy of no formality, no debt and their personalities absolutely shine through. Yey!

  3. Whole outfit is fab very chic, and very impressive on a small budget. +2 for the brides comment. I really love her hair too very cute impish appeal.

  4. Fab wedding- can’t believe I missed this- and in my home town wwoo Liverpool rocks and so do this couple! x

  5. Love everything about it, taking it back to the simplicity of what getting married is supposed to be about……the couple…… in all individuality and style!!! AND…..it makes me want to move to the UK…..immediately! 😉

  6. Lee (the groom)

    Thanks for all your great comments guys.

    This most definitely was the best day of my life, and Anna captured it perfectly.
    I can’t praise her enough!

  7. Amy Harry

    It was an amazing day! Congrats again guys. And those pictures are truly as gorgeous as you both are!!Well done! (Especially love the picture of my little boy high-fiving his Uncle Andy! Gotta get a copy of that!).
    Love always xxx

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