This stunning wedding in Downton Abbey land at Eynsham Hall in the Cotswolds, shows exactly how fusion weddings should be.
Real Bride Kizzy tells Let’s Get Weddy her wedding story:
“The wedding was an Indian Fusion wedding. It started with an Indian style wedding, followed by afternoon tea (like Downton Abbey). We then had the registry wedding followed by the wedding breakfast and evening reception at Eynsham Hall with hog roast.
A very special moment was when my brother conducted the Indian Style wedding in English. It was so personal to Steve and I, and I loved having my brother playing such an important part at our wedding.
Another wonderful memory is our cake. We had a local lady in Swindon make it. The figurines were so true to Steve and I and featured our lovely cats. Once again it was very personal to our wedding.
This sounds strange but the actual registry wedding, At the time it was such a surreal experience - I keep thinking about the moment I walked down the aisle and we said our vows. It was all a haze, but incredible.
And finally my twin sister's speech. She had the hard task of doing the father of the bride speech and it was amazing. She is my best friend and made me cry when she mentioned how she just wanted to see me happy and she feels guilty when she is having amazing experiences and I am not there to share them with her.”
Name of bride and groom: Kizzy & Steve Mitchell
Venue: Eynsham Hall Hotel, Oxfordshire
Date of Wedding: 5th Sept 2014
Photographe r: David Bostock
Decor: Colour Scheme: Peacock (This gave us a range of colours to work with. We also had real peacock feathers in our flower arrangements). We saw a range of venues from barns, to stately homes to marquees. We decided on the lovely Eynsham Hall because it had a great indoor and outdoor space which was very private. It also allowed us to have an Indian wedding outside and our registry wedding indoors. It was the only venue we found where we both had a positive and excited feeling after we visited it. The decor inside is a mixture of grand Jacobean style and contemporary prints and colour schemes.
Brides outfits: Ronald Joyce