Olivia Hal­sall's High Tea

THE SPE­CIAL LINK BE­TWEEN FE­MALE GEN­ER­A­TIONS WAS HON­OURED IN THE VIN­TAGE-THEM­ING OF OLIVIA HAL­SALL’S BRIDAL SHOWER.

Bride and Groom - - HIGH-TEA DELIGHT -

My par­ents’ home is my favourite place in the world; it’s al­ways some­where I imag­ined hav­ing my bridal shower. I didn’t want any gifts so in­stead I asked guests to bring a plate of sweet or savoury food to share; it was a great way to in­volve ev­ery­one. My great grand­mother’s lace table­cloth was used and many of the cups and saucers be­long to my grand­mother. My mum hung the bridal horse­shoes she was given on her wed­ding day around as dec­o­ra­tions. Mak­ing wed­ding dresses out of toi­let pa­per, and funny ques­tion­naires were some of the games or­gan­ised by my brides­maids. It was a beau­ti­ful, re­laxed day for my fam­ily and friends of all ages and I was given some won­der­ful ad­vice from the mar­ried ladies. See Olivia’s wed­ding on page 61.

Pho­tog­ra­phy (this page): Ni­cole Wil­liams Pho­tog­ra­phy

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