Jo & Lal worked together but only realised they both liked each other when at a 1940s themed work party at The Picturedrome, Northampton. When they were engaged 6 months later they decided that having their wedding at this same venue would be pretty cool. There wedding theme also happened to suit the surroundings perfectly.
“The emphasis on our wedding was inclusion of all our friends who contributed massively” Jo told me. “From the registrar to the DJ, the favours and the cakes, we had out friends involved as much as possible. The emphasis of our wedding was not to spend ridiculous amounts of money but to create a fun and relaxed day, which reflected our personalities. We did not allow ourselves at any point to become influenced by other people’s opinions. What we really set out to achieve was a fun day for all! Our budget, although limited, did not prevent us in anyway from having exactly the kind of day we wanted.”
Jo wore a short 50s style tulle wedding dress with a dramatic red sash from Brides of Wellingborough and bright red shoes to match.
Thank you to Jo & Lal and photographer Hannah for sharing this wedding with us today.
Photography Credit: Casey Avenue Photography
Ceremony Venue: The Courtroom, Guildhall
Reception Venue: The Picturedrome
Bride’s Dress & Headpiece: Brides of Wellingborough
Bride’s Shoes: Marta Jonsson
Groom’s Outfit: Suiters, Northampton
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Debenhams
Cakes: Unique Cake & Aunty Bo’s
Flowers: Trina Cave