A Fun-Filled London Wedding: Sarah & Rueben
October 25, 2011
Quite apart from the fact that Sarah & Rueben are utterly gorgeous and achingly cool, their wedding is definitely one of those that I wish I was at. The day was simple and perfectly reflected them – they even had Sarah’s lips and Rueben’s mustache as a recurring theme throughout the details. From the
stationary to the jam jars, and from the photo booth props to their wedsite….the mustache ‘trend’ is always ultimately cooler when the groom rocks a real one too isn’t it?!
After a Buddhist ceremony at
Taplow Court near Maidenhead and a portrait session around London, the reception was held at The Brentham Club in Ealing, West London. The bride wore a dress by Phase 8 and the groom looked dapper in his Topman suit, top hat and velvet bowtie from eBay.
I really love the wedding details, especially the ‘naked’ cake and the suitcase tableplan…
Thank you so much to Sarah & Rueben and their photographer James for sharing today.
Ceremony Venue: Taplow Court, Maidenhead
Reception Venue: The Brentham Clubin Ealing, West London
Bride’s Dress: Phase 8
Bride’s Shoes: Marta JonssonGroom’s Outfit: Topman & eBay
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Cake: Phase 8 ‘Verity’
Flowers: Maisie Fantaisie
Beccy Entertainment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy Ray, Clare David email@example.com, Joe Melmoth firstname.lastname@example.org & Judith Smeaton email@example.com
Jam: Tasty Morsels
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