Today on the blog I am heading back to sunnier days again, for this beautiful Sheffield wedding last July. Lindsay and Andrew chose to marry in the iconic Crucible Theatre in the heart of Sheffield City Centre before heading to their Tipi reception.
The day began at St Paul's Hotel where Lindsay and her bridal party got ready with the help of make up artist Laura Gingell from CRAFT. Lindsay wore a satin strapless gown with beautiful embroidering and had a beautiful bouquet full of ivory flowers which complemented the neutral bridesmaid gowns perfectly.
Lindsay and her party headed in through the stage door and made their way to the ceremony which was held in the Adelphi Suite of The Crucible Theatre with a unique view overlooking Tudor Square.
After the ceremony the guests enjoyed a drink in the Crucible bar and showered the happy couple in Confetti before heading off on the stunning 1950's bus which took them to Worrall where the Tipi stood waiting, full of gorgeous decoration and ready for the party ahead!
The ladies were greeted with a very practical favour of flip-flops, you don't last long on a field in heels after all! The men received special edition bottles of Henderson's Relish, featuring the Crucible Theatre!
More information about the suppliers:
Dresses & suits: La Bella Bridal/Kudos menswear
Make up: Craft (Laura Gingell)
Field rental in Worrall: Stoneybank Weddings
Tipi rental: Timber & Canvas
Bar rental: Bar Hire Solutions
Wedding breakfast: Hazels catering
Evening food: Sunshine pizza oven
Florist: Flower Bowl, Hillsborough
Bus hire: South Yorkshire Transport museum
Wedding ceremony: Crucible Theatre
Wedding cake: Cakes by Allyson
DJ: Jackson Lee at Hi-Life