This Boho Bride Wore A Star-Spangled Cape By Savannah Miller – And Sienna Was Her “Mate Of Honour”

This Boho Bride Wore A Star-Spangled Cape By Savannah Miller – And Sienna Was Her “Mate Of Honour”

The bride wanted an effortless, elegant, bohemian vibe for her dress, which matches up well with the designer’s overall aesthetic, and added the Marlowe star cape, also by Savannah Miller. She also wore a headband from Jennifer Behr. Earrings borrowed from Savannah, as well as a simple diamond bracelet gifted to the bride by her mother, were the final touches. (Meanwhile, Hugo wore head-to-toe Gucci – even his sunglasses were by the brand.) Finally, for her beauty, Tori enlisted the help of friends again, with Wendy Rowe for make-up and Earl Simms for hair. “They are both geniuses at what they do, and I was so happy with what they did,” she says.

During the wedding weekend, guests stayed onsite in a glamping village provided by Woodville Project. “The tents were comfy and amazing, and it was amazing to have most people stay on site,” Tori says. “We also had the most glorious weather which of course helped a lot.”

The ceremony was a beautiful lakeside blessing under an oak tree in Surrey. JJ Middleway was the officiant, and Tori’s “mate of honour” Sienna Miller did a reading. “We used Hugo’s grandmother and grandfather’s wedding bands for the ceremony,” Tori says. “The rings were tied onto the little knitted bride and groom mice in one of the pictures.” Afterwards, everyone sang “It Must Be Love” by Madness. “We felt elated,” Tori says. “We loved every second!”

When the ceremony was over, guests walked through the woodlands to have drinks by the lake, before heading up the hill to the marquee for dinner. After the meal, Tori changed into an Alice Temperley jumpsuit and Jimmy Choo trainers for the late-night celebration. Buses took everyone to the party barn, which had been decked out with red velvet and palm trees. “We had The Jones Gang band playing with special guest Mike Rutherford and my dad Nick Cook on the percussion,” Tori says. “Plus, a brilliant lineup of DJs.”

The party didn’t end until sunrise with everyone dancing until 5am. The next morning, the newlyweds hosted an all-day brunch in their garden that went until the evening with a coffee truck, Bloody Mary station, ice cream van, lobster rolls, and pizza, plus DJs and a steel band – a fun, festive way to end the weekend.

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