December Wedding at Essendon Country Club | Ella & Mitch
Ella and Mitch’s December Wedding at Essendon Country Club
When choosing to have your wedding in December there is no real expectation that the weather is going to be at its best, but statistically December is a drier month than August! Ella & Mitch choose to hold their wedding at the beginning of December, the service was held at st Leonard’s Church, Sandridge, following on the reception was held at Essendon Country Club.
Our morning began at Ella’s parents where all was a sea of calm and girly giggles, Ella had paid alot of attention to small details, from bridal party pj’s to personalised gift bags. Ella wore a Ronald Joyce gown and look memorizing in it. It was lovely to work with the very talented florist Sarah Rogers who’s floral creations were beautiful and complemented Ella and the bridesmaids.
Our day was filled with lots of fun and laughter and I thank Ella and Mitch for sharing their day with me and for braving the damp evening weather for some beautiful photographs outside the lit up Christmas Tree .. well worth a few minuets out in the elements to complete our Fairytale Day.
A massive thank you from me to Jo and all the staff at Essendon country club who never fail to make me feel totally welcome and always go out of their way to make my couples wedding days go exactly to plan and always with a huge smile.
Ella and Mitch have shared below the suppliers they used and some kind words about me for which I thank them for. Please check out a few of our favorite moments from the day.
Bridal Gown Designer: Ronald Joyce
Bridesmaids Dress: DessyGroomsmen’s suits: Moss BrosFlorist: Sarah Rogers FlowersHair: Natasha Murnane
Make Up: Beau Finesse – Emma Rae Hart
Bridesmaids personalised gift bags: Glitz Sparkle Studio – Etsy
Wedding Cars: Arnage Executive Hire – Hemel Hempstead
Wedding Rings: Marlows Diamonds, Birmingham Jewelry Quarter
Honeymoon destination: Singapore & Langkawi
Looking down at our beautiful venue before our entrance to the wedding breakfast and seeing all our loved ones together in one room.
Any advice to future couples planning a wedding:
Take the time to put together the personal touches – it makes your day completely unique and more people will notice and appreciate it than you realise!
Anything you would change: