Jada's co-workers gave her this darling hanger saying "Mrs. Loutit".
The bride's romantic hair was styled by April and her make up was done by Jenae. both at Coral Beach.
Jada wore new pearl earrings from her father, and a borrowed pearl necklace. Her blue was a ribbon tied to her shoe, but I did notice she all had sweet blue knickers! Her something old was Douglas' grandmother's ring.
Suzan Sickling did the flowers for the ceremony and the reception.
This darling floral collar was made for their beloved pup, G (aka Gracie), and she wore it with pride for the wedding.
The wedding was held at Skerries at Coral Beach, and the sweet small garden over hanging the cliffs and ocean below was a dramatic and stunning backdrop.
I fell madly in love with the shawl Jada popped on after the sun set and the temperatures cooled a little. Douglas' mum had given her a silver sixpence to wear in her shoe for good luck, but since she had wedges on for the grass ceremony, she tucked it into her bouquet instead.
The drinks reception was held on the beach terrace while the sun set.
This ship in a bottle is a replica of Douglas' family bot, Teaser, which is a green Bermuda 40. Jada had it made for Douglas as a wedding gift, complete with miniatures of herself, Douglas, and even little G in her canine life vest. It was the talk of the party and the most extraordinary work of art.
The elegant and intimate dinner was held in the beach terrace dining room, and it was lit by candles and was heady with the fragrance of the hyacinths.
Coral Beach made the elegant cake which incorporated Jada's favourite colours of coral and blue, which were also in all the flowers.
Thank you Jada and Douglas for asking me to be part of your sweet celebrations - I loved every moment and could tell you did too - wishing you a life full of bliss. xxx