After weeks of rain, the last Saturday in November dawned bright and clear, but oh so cold! We were up early on our travels to York for Nina and Iain’s wedding.
The city of York looked gorgeous in the winter sunshine, and the venue was the 14th-century Hospitium in the Museum Gardens.
This gorgeous, charming venue was the perfect choice for a small, intimate wedding.
Nina was wearing a lovely prom-style dress, with a fur stole to keep warm – and her bouquet was made of artificial flowers of white, pale blue and navy – colours that matched Florence perfectly!
I decorated Florence with the wicker picnic basket, artificial gypsophilia bumper garland and one of my favourite extra touches, wooden ‘LOVE’ letters.
Nina was accompanied on her last journey as a single lady through the streets of York with her mum, and one of her photographers to capture those last special moments.
Iain didn’t see Florence until after the ceremony, and the happy couple took the opportunity to have some photos taken in Florence, and the obligatory ‘roof open’ shot! A gorgeous winter wedding in a unique location! All the best to Nina and Iain for the future!