We're excited to share another story of a beautiful wedding featuring a very stylish bride, wearing our beautiful ivory white 'Zara' wedding shoes.
Rosie Menhinick married the love of her life in a "mad but fab" 2020 micro-wedding.
With minimal guests but maximum style, Rosie picked out a gorgeous ivory wedding dress with a low cut back and long train.
The dress was made by one of her mums friends - who also made her wedding dress 30 years ago.
She paired her fairytale white wedding dress with our 'Zara White' white bridal heels.
Due to marry on 20 June 2020 with around 150 guests, government rules meant their plan to marry at a farm in North Essex was pushed back.
With missed hen and stag dos, they kept their spirits high and just made the best of the situation by having a lovely ‘non wedding day’ lunch still on 20 June together and set a new date for 28 August 2020 with everything crossed.
Rosie commented, "Boris gave us the heads up for weddings to go ahead for 30 people, we had both decided that if this was possible we would do it in 2020 despite the huge number change from our original plan, so with 2 weeks notice with the help of my amazing Mum aka wedding planner, we changed pretty much everything from guest list, new invites, seating plans (to be in COVID bubbles), marquee, photographer arrangements and band."
Our 'Zara White' ivory wedding shoes are a luxurious choice. In a slingback sandal style, these designer white wedding shoes feature an opulent pearl heel - perfect for the bride looking for something special.
Rosie also accessorised her bridal look with a classic ivory bridal veil and a stunning pink floral bouquet.
We're so grateful Rosie shared these lovely pictures of a truly romantic wedding day with us, and also so pleased to share them here. We hope these beautiful pictures inspire any brides waiting for their big day, as they are proof a micro-wedding doesn't mean there's any less love.
Rosie added, "I hope that maybe the positive from this pandemic is that future couples just do what works for them and some pressure is taken away from the pre-COVID extremities weddings were becoming."