Rachel and Tom decided to hold their wedding day at the Leeds Club in the centre of town. Going for an urban wedding is always great fun, especially when everything is held in one location. You might have seen them on the blog before for their legal ceremony at Leeds Town Hall, as unfortunately Leeds Club didn’t have a ceremony licence so they opted for a humanist ceremony. This allowed them to put their stamp on the service. Rachel even surprised Tom with her own vows that she had written.

Rachel picked a gorgeous bespoke bias-cut silk dress from Glory Days Vintage. With Tom opting for a 60’s style three piece suit. They wanted flowers that had the wow factor that matched the dress, Rachel picked amnesia roses with lilac calla lilies in a 1940’s style bouquet from Adrienne Florist in Farsley.

The beautiful cake, you’d have never guessed but was gluten free made by 2 Oxford Place, each of the three tiers a different flavour, finished off with the simple yet elegant styling.

What a way to end the wedding celebrations, they had Magic Al performing in the bar. While Tom Rocks and the Replicants played in the main room, with Tom jumping in on vocals on a tune as well.


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