OXFORD | UNITED KINGDOM
Welcome to a beautiful Oxford summer micro wedding. This couple turned a Covid-restricted wedding into the stuff of fairy-tails, so much that the lead inspiration behind the styling was Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Having met at Oxford University, the bride and groom decided to tie the knot there. The bride’s morning started at the stylish Old Bank Hotel. With hair and makeup done and wearing her exquisite Laure de Sagazan dress, it was just a short walk away until she reached the Bodleian Library where the wedding took place with the accompanying arrangements of a live sting quartette. After the ceremony was concluded, there was time for a quick confetti shot under the Bridge of Sighs before jumping into a 1960s Fiat 500 – a nod to the groom’s Italian heritage – which drove the couple into a secluded spot out of Oxford where the English countryside and the River Thames meet. There, they boarded a vintage wooden rowboat decorated with delicate florals and velvets, and rowed into the sunset. Does it get any more romantic than this Oxford summer micro wedding?
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