Natalie Price and Chris Saunders combined art deco glamour with a touch of rustic charm at their laid-back West Yorkshire wedding.
Chris, 29, says the big day was planned while he and Natalie, 28, were travelling South East Asia.
They describe their 1920s rustic fusion wedding at Upper Denby Church, Huddersfield as a “relaxed affair”.
The couple wed in front of 106 family and friends on November 5, 2016.
Natalie wore a gorgeous vintage-inspired gown and the Downton Abbey theme song playing as the couple signed the registry added to the grand 1920s theme.
“As there was no seating plan, everyone got to know each other whilst fighting over booze and food!” Chris says of the wedding reception.
“The day was exactly what we wanted and was super relaxed, what more could you want from a wedding?”
Photos courtesy of Stevie Jay Photography.
Natalie handmade all her jewellery, as well as the couple’s wedding bands, while travelling in Thailand.
This tower of seven different cheeses was just one of the couple’s three cakes. It accompanied a macaroon tower and a traditional wedding cake topped with lego.
“Do it the way you want to; it doesn’t need to be the most expensive day of your life to make it the most special” says Chris
Bomboniere: Hand made / Brides Accessories: Hand made / Brides Gown: Yaly Couture / Brides Shoes: Dorothy Perkins, Debenhams / Bridesmaids Dresses: ASOS, Debenhams, French Connection, Amazon / Cake: The Cheese Shop, Costco, Marks and Spencer / Caterer: Cubley Hall / Ceremony Music: Organist / Ceremony Venue: Upper Denby Church / Entertainment: The guests / Flowergirl Dress: Zara, DIY / Flowers: Flower Wholesale Online / Grooms Attire: Yaly Couture / Grooms Shoes: Yaly Couture / Hair: Red Contemporary Hair / Honeymoon: Bali / Invitations: Appycouple, DIY / Makeup: Sara Elizabeth Makeup Artist / Photographer: Stevie Jay Photography / Rings: DIY / Venue Decor: DIY / Wedding Night Venue: Cubley Hall