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By modefor, Aug 13 2018 07:32AM

All things bright and beautiful as The Arches is transformed into an industrial garden paradise for the wedding of Estee and Josh.


On Saturday the 28th of July, our favourite industrial wedding venue was breathtakingly transformed into a chic, urban glasshouse with a distinctively botanical feel.


The large glass windows were expertly styled with lush displays of flora and fauna. Vibrant green pot plants and pops of zesty oranges and pinks added to the tropical feel whilst an abundance of ferns and foliage added softness to the botanical garden vibe.


This relaxed and tranquil sanctuary was the perfect location for Estee and Josh to celebrate their wedding day with family and friends and what a fabulously relaxed and happy time was had by all!


The 2pm ceremony was very much a family affair, a joyous occasion full of song, dance and praise with Estee and Josh's family and friends taking a lead role in the proceedings. A live band, made up of friends of the bride and groom provided wonderful music throughout the hour-long ceremony and Estee's bridesmaid's beautiful singing voice had guests dancing and singing in the aisles, as they embraced the joyful atmosphere.


The stormy weather on the day didn't dampen spirits and several rainstorms and deluges only added to the magical atmosphere. As thunder rumbled in the distance, there was a pause for reflection before more happiness and rejoicing, as Mr and Mrs Mellor danced down the aisle whilst family and friends clapped and cheered.


So much singing and dancing was clearly very thirsty work and as the cloud bursts continued after the ceremony, guests sipped on Pimms cocktails and relaxed and chatted in the beautiful garden like surroundings.


Bride Estee looked stunningly beautiful in her dress, a champagne bodice overlaid with an intricate floral themed lace design, accessorized perfectly with a pretty art deco style bridal halo. Her effortlessly romantic bridesmaids were dressed in flowing Grecian style gowns and floral bouquets and halos were kept pure and neutral. An image that wouldn't have looked out of place in a glossy bridal magazine. Just beautiful!


Our fantastic in-house caterers 'Eat Me-Drink Me' provided a wonderful wedding breakfast, the 'Middle Eastern' sharing platters seemed to prove very popular as guests chatted, socialised and enjoyed delicious Moroccan spiced hummus, sun blushed tomatoes, baba ghanoush and flat breads followed by a main course of delicious thyme roasted chicken and baked chocolate brownie for desert. What a feast!


The love and friendship between Estee, Josh and their families and friends was plain to see. A perfectly relaxed day bursting with so much joy, peace and happiness.


If you're going to get wed.....#wedlikemels!


Love from,


Karen x




Cake by Sweet Sugar Sixpence
Cake by Sweet Sugar Sixpence
Mode for's Karen with the happy couple
Mode for's Karen with the happy couple

By modefor, Jul 31 2018 08:25AM


On Saturday we celebrated the wedding of Nat and Tom at Hargate Hall and it was incredible.


Nat and Tom were so cool and calm and this was reflected throughout the whole wedding weekend. They set the tone from the second they arrived with chilled out vibes and a relaxed atmosphere.


The marquee had so many beautiful personal touches. Homemade bunting, homegrown flowers and tables sprinkled with photographs of happy guests and good memories. We loved helping Nat setup on the Friday before the big day.


Tom had designed an amazing Hargate print that was used for the weekend programme and table layout. The couple chose a light lilac colour scheme that effortlessly linked the main hall, the marquee and all the flowers.


The 2pm ceremony start gave everyone the morning to get ready and be completely stress free. With all the final touches complete, Nat took her long walk down the beautiful centrepiece staircase with her father. The highlight of the ceremony was the acoustic singalong to Stevie Wonder's - Signed, Sealed, Delivered! The happy cheers and signing drifted out of the hall onto the terrace, filling us with so much joy!


We served canapés and reception drinks in front of the striking Hargate lawns and had some lovely group photos taken by Adam Wilkinson.


The wedding breakfast was a fantastic sharing feast and Mode For… did, what we do best. Cold meats, cheeses, rustic fresh bread and delicious Italian antipasti veg to start. Followed by the most incredible mouth-watering Paella, served in huge dishes on the tables for everyone to tuck into and share. We believe this helps create relaxed and stress-free weddings - great food and lovely people, drinking, eating and sharing together.


We love wedding speeches here at Mode For... and Tom’s was no exception with lots of “ahhh’s” and tears it was a fantastic end to the wedding breakfast.


Cake and cheese were then served on the Terrace in the sunshine, and the guests enjoyed the 'oh so chic’ espresso martinis on the lawn in the coolest pop up we have ever seen!


With a six-piece band, an open bar and a room full of inflatable guitars we left the couple late on Saturday evening knowing the party had only just gotten started! Nat and Tom, we wish you a lifetime of happiness and adventures! Thank you for letting us be a part of your special day!


Much Love

Laura xxx


Wedding Co-ordination: Mode for...

Bridal Bouquets: Tabby at Mode for...

Catering: Mode for...

Official Photographer: Adam Wilkinson Photography


(These are just our behind the scenes snaps, not official ones!)



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