A fun, vintage wedding affair

If you don’t know by now, my good friend and blogger gal-pal Amy got married this year. Gary and myself were honoured to be invited and knowing Amy, I knew we would be in for a special and unique day. I thought there would be some type of vintage theme but it was fabulous to discover that Amy and Dave’s wedding would take place at Margate’s Dreamland in Kent.

Vintage rides and arcade games were on offer for guests and after a very magical ceremony(Amy looked stunning, Dave, you didn’t look bad either), we were able to enjoy drinks and wander around the park and have some fun before dinner was served.

I had actually had a rather bad zip emergency that I had to sort out so after a quick pop up to Boots in the highstreet for some safety pins, we were ready for some fairground fun. Gary and I took a turn on the Ferris wheel and even had time to take some outfit pictures(typical blogger), before us and the other guests were called for dinner.

Kimono – New Look(similar here), playsuit – Zara(similar here), Shoes – ASOS(similar here) and bag – Zara(similar here).

The area where the ceremony was performed was transformed into an elegant dining area and it was great to see Amy’s illustrations dotted on the tables. She even used different bottles to represent the different tables which I thought was clever and fun.

Classics like the sausage roll and fish and chips were served for dinner which was a really fun surprise and I loved the little extras like the stick of rock that everyone got to keep.

Once dinner was all finished up, we all headed into the arcade area where guests enjoyed live music and the chance to play on the slot machines and other games.

Gary and I had such a fantastic day with Amy and Dave. It was so magical and I even made a wedding video for them both which you can watch here.

Images by me using Sarah Loven Presets (apart from last two – by the fab Aden Priest)


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