Rustic and Hello Kitty Themed Wedding

Daniel Karczag

April 28, 2015

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Baby always wanted a Hello Kitty themed wedding but her fiancé, Simon, wasn’t so keen on the idea! Instead she added a few subtle touches (like her adorable bouquet) to their July wedding, while the rest of the styling suited both their tastes. “I think the idea we were going for was mainly rustic but with a few really cute touches, such as Hello Kitty, a candy buffet and animal balloons for the kids”, the groom explained. “Baby wanted just a Hello Kitty theme, but I wasn’t too chuffed about it, so it ended up as a mix!”

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With the bride being from Hong Kong, and the groom from Poland, the wedding day was the first time their families actually met. “As everyone was coming a long way from Hong Kong and Poland, we decided to rent our venue for a full five days and have a mini holiday, while getting married on one of the days. It didn’t turn out to be much of a holiday, as me and Baby were especially busy, but it was still a blast for everyone and everybody got to know each other better.”

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“We tried to merge few different cultures into one ceremony, which meant including Polish traditions, such as drinking a vodka shot and smashing the glass, receiving blessings from parents and the bread, as well as Chinese tea ceremony the night before and the Chinese lanterns.”

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“The ceremony itself was also carried out in three different languages – English by the celebrant with members of the family translating into Polish and Cantonese. We originally planned to have the ceremony outside, and set it all up with DIY rainbow decorations, but halfway through it started raining really badly so we moved inside and finished off in the entrance hall!”

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The biggest expense for this couple was the venue (as they hired it for five whole days!) but they still only spent around £4000 total because nearly everything else was homemade. “For catering we bought ready made and frozen food ourselves, and had all our family chipping in to help. Our wedding was small, just 40 people, and because everyone was staying in the house anyway it did not feel awkward or strange to do it all ourselves.”

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  1. Terri Cheshire

    Hi Kat,
    Over the years I have squirreled away so many ideas from your blog BUT the biggest thing to thank you for is the introduction to Casey Avenue. I have managed to secure Hannah for my wedding and very chuffed. Beautiful photography as displayed here.

  2. Great pictures and everyone is having fun which is the most important thing. I have to mention the shoe pics also and that the shoes match the dresses.Were they dyed ? Got to ask as we are finding that our dyeing service is getting more and more popular.
    Great blog by the way

  3. Netty Anwyl

    mour wedding day was so lovely and Andy and i had 2 years saving up for the wedding and planning all the details in the last year it all came together as i meet lots of lovely people like Hannah from casy Avenue who was so lovely and the photos were just what i dreamed off and more .when i look at the photos i have a big smile and they take me back to all those special moments
    thanks so much hannah xxx
    i was also lucky to have very arty friends who i met at my local stich and bitch and we had makey days together for the wedding to make pom poms and much more . my sis who is a fab makeup artist did my hair and make-up and made my lovely bow for my hair what, else could a girl want .me and my little brides made had gold glitter shoes and my sis had silver and my friend had yellow shoes we didn’t want matching shoes as i love all lots of colours so in the end it looked like a rainbow of colour which i love


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