Georgia and Joe met at school but didn't start dating until after they left and were both in their late teens. Georgia was attracted to Joe because, "He made me laugh and was confident and very persistent!" Joe says he fell for her because, " She was gorgeous, had a great sense of humour and kept me on my toes."
Joe proposed on February 20th, 2017 while they were on holiday in the Maldives. "We had dinner and then he took me for a walk along a private beach, we'd only gone a short way before he popped the question! It was a complete surprise and the perfect place for a proposal," adds Georgia. Read on for her account of their big day...
We fell in love with Milton Abbey from the moment we saw it.
As I'm super fussy I had an ivory bespoke wedding dress made for me! I chose a fit and flare style with a heavily embellished corset and a cathedral-length veil.
The main focus of our ivory colour scheme were the beautiful blossom trees. We had them lining the aisle for the ceremony with two large ones at the end and ivory rose petals scattered around.
The centrepieces were blossom trees with hanging tea lights in glass globes and hurricane vases in floral rings on every other table.
We had a blossom tree arch at each end of the top table.
My bridesmaids wore ivory dresses in a similar stye to mine but with a cowl neck.
Joe chose a black velvet tuxedo jacket as he wanted a classic look. All the groomsmen wore the same suits and our one-year-old son Jude had an outfit to match.
We had a string quartet to play us down the aisle and during the drinks reception.
The design of our ivory table plan was reflected inthe table names, menus and place names.
Our cake was decorated with ivory floral rings between each tier and faint blush pink and peach coloured flowers.
We had a seven-piece Motown band as we wanted something different for all our guests to enjoy. The music was brilliant and kept everyone on the dancefloor.