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There are a few places in this beautiful land of ours which inspire fierce loyalty and pride: Yorkshire is most certainly near the top of that list. The white rose, rolling hillsides and charming towns and people make Yorkshire a perfect place to live, and to love… and today’s bride and groom chose Yorkshire as their wedding theme, location and flavour!

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Bren and Nikki married at the fabulous Ox Pasture Hall, and chose lovely Georgina Harrison Photography to capture their day. With bunting, pom poms, a vintage typewriter, jam jars with candles, mini chalk boards with easels for the name cards, a suitcase for collecting cards and their awesome ‘LOVE’ light, this is a wedding full of ideas which I know you’ll love!

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The beautiful bride – and isn’t she just gorgeous?! and her handsome hubby have very kindly shared their day with us, including a brilliant wedding report at the end of the feature. Do check out Ox Pasture Hall and of course the wonderful Georgina Harrison:

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I fell in love with these images of a wonderfully playful, quirky wedding look as soon as I saw them. I love the brave bridal style: a cute corset and the most amazing vintage-inspired petticoats look like so much fun, don’t they?! They’re made by Doris Designs in Surrey and I can’t think of anything I’d love to wear more! (I just can’t decide if I’d wear mine with bridal shoes or my rollerblades hehe)

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I’m all for alternative bridal looks. Designer dresses are wonderful, but they can be expensive. Some of my favourite wedding blogs have had brides in colourful dresses, vintage styles, homemade dresses and more – so why not a quirky, adorably photogenic vintage petticoat? Imagine the fun you’d have dancing the night away!

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Of course you could always wear a dress or skirt with your petticoat, and pop a top on over your corset… you’d still have that wonderfully playful vintage look. But for today let’s see the wonderful Doris Designs petticoat in action… there are links at the end of the feature so you can find out more, then it’s up to you to choose how you wear your petticoat on the big day!
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