Keeping it classic

Fiona and Jeremy had an elegant, champagne colour scheme for their summer nuptials at Cain Manor.

Having met like many couples do nowadays, online, Fiona Breach and Jeremy Kashel instantly knew they shared the same sense of humour, and were always making each other laugh.

Five years later, Jeremy proposed at Hydon's Ball and Heath, in Busbridge, and although it was meant to be a surprise, Fiona confesses she knew it was coming!

The happy couple set the wedding date for 26th August, 2017, and chose Cain Manor for the backdrop to their day.

Here, Fiona tells us more about their day...

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We chose Cain Manor because it's simply stunning.

 

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My bridal bouquet was a tightly-packed design of ivory calla lilies and roses, decorated with diamanté, pearls and ribbon.

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The cake was a three-tier white and gold design comprising of multiple flavours and topped with fresh flowers.

 

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The table plan was a wooden board adorned with ivory paper and champagne ribbon. We opted for giant ivory and gold confetti balloons for our centrepieces.

 

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My gown was by Ronald Joyce called Eileen which I accessorised with satin ballet pumps and a tiara.

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Jeremy wore a Moss Bros grey morning suit with champagne-coloured cravat and waistcoat, complete with a calla lilly buttonhole.

 

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The bridesmaids looked beautiful in Alfred Sung by Dessy dresses which were strapless styles with a sweetheart neckline.