With her original ceremony and reception in the English countryside postponed, Sarah has reimagined in her wedding in a different yet beautiful way. She’s now having an intimate DIY wedding at home, and has given us a lovely sneak peek of her plans.
We’re swooning over the floral arch, the figs tucked into the centerpiece, and of course, that best-dressed pup.
The beach before sunset will be a stunning backdrop for vows and photos. Sarah and Sean will stand right on this rock, which is where a certain block heel will come in handy (but more on that later).
Sarah is creating her bouquet, Sean’s boutonniere, her floral arch, and centerpieces all by hand. Her color scheme will be fresh greens with autumnal pops of red, brought in with eucalyptus, ivy, red berries, spirea, and more seasonal blooms. She’s even sourcing everything from the local flower farm by her house.
Each place card and menu will feature Sarah’s hand-drawn illustrations of her flowers and the food served. (How cute is that little Brussels sprout and butternut squash?) Her sister will be baking the cake from scratch, for an extra-special something sweet.
The sartorial moment we’ve been waiting for: the reveal of Sarah’s wedding shoes. Designed by Sarah specifically for her wedding, this stunning edition of the Parker 50 features water-resistant white satin, a scalloped blue lining, and individually handcrafted leather flowers. Her mother and sisters will also be wearing Parkers in navy to beautifully complement Sarah’s attire.
Inspired by antique earrings from the 1800s, this exquisite pair was custom-made by Mishema Jewelry Design in Miami, Florida. Here, rare tear-drop freshwater pearls delicately hang from a diamond-and-gold setting.
Handmade by Eden Luxe Bridal in Palm Beach, Florida, Sarah’s intricate headpiece is reminiscent of the wild vines on English cottages. The design is studded with white gemstones and genuine pearls, accented with glints of gold leaf.