In-between lockdowns our beautiful brides said 'I do' and proved you can still look fabulous & celebrate during a pandemic.
So many of our brides got married during Covid-19, and every time we received their big day pics it made all the trials and tribulations of operating a wedding shop during a pandemic so worthwhile! They all looked fabulous in their gowns, had an amazing yet not quite as they imagined day and proved that it was still possible to get married during a pandemic. Some married abroad in countries with fewer restrictions, some tied the knot in the UK with smaller numbers of guests. Wherever they wed, we're so happy they did, because it shows the determination of our girls to have their special day but still follow the new rules.
Today however, marks the day of Lockdown 2.0. A sad day for all of us, no doubt about it. Whatever your job, lifestyle or views on the world - this lockdown has an impact on all of us. Be it financially, mentally or emotionally we are all feeling the affects. And in times of crisis, being English we'd usually go down the pub, be we can't even do that!
So today, we thought we would bring some pre-Christmas cheer and share some of our brides who got married during Covid-19. The lucky ones, the tenacious ones and the ones who knew this was going to be their year. So sit back, scroll through and forget about the world outside for two minutes! Oh, and wash your hands again, just to be sure!
Bellissima Brides Who Got Married During Covid-19
REBECCA SMITH | Married 23rd May 2020
Rebecca and James tied the knot on a sunny Saturday back in Auckland, New Zealand. They decided to have their nuptials and celebrate in James's Grandfather's back garden, as the original venue they had planned was closed due to Covid-19. Rebecca wore the stunning Kenneth Winston 1836 in dove grey/ivory and it suited the occasion perfectly!
'Just wanted to say a huge thank you to Aimee for helping me find my perfect dress for our perfect day. I really did feel like a princess for the day, we had the most absolutely perfect day.' Rebecca Smith