Jewish Inspired Lympne Castle Wedding
I absolutely loved this Jewish inspired Lympne Castle Wedding of Bec and Jeremy’s. The day itself was one of the sunniest September days in a long time.
Jeremy is Jewish and from New York and Bec is from Australia and they met whilst both working in London, so when it came to getting married England seemed like the perfect choice as it meant that they could share their day with family and friends.
The Colour Scheme
Bec wore an ivory long dress, trimmed with crystals on the waist band, and wore a veil with a side slide in her hair, her bouquet was ivory. The bridesmaids wore mauve knee length dresses and carried bouquets of mauve and ivory flowers.
Jeremy wore a tailor-made suit, as did his best men.
The guests all stayed at the Ashford International Hotel the night prior to the wedding and all arrived together on a red double decker bus, which was a great way of capturing the guests as they arrived.
Because Bec and Jeremy wanted to incorporate elements of Jeremy’s religion into the ceremony they decided to have a wedding celebrant conduct the ceremony… This made the ceremony very personal to them and meant that they could incorporate exactly the things that they wanted without having to have a full on Jewish Ceremony, so things like circling each other, the drinking of the wine and the breaking of the glass were all incorporated, as was the traditional chair lift later in the day.
As with all couples they included a number of must have group photos along with photos of just the two of them… As it was one of the sunniest September days we also managed to get outside during the wedding breakfast for some ‘golden hour’ photos of just the two of them between courses.
The First Dance
Along with the traditional first dance and parents dance there was also a Jewish Chair lift, which Bec looked like she enjoyed very much!
Venue – Lympne Castle
Ceremony – Karina – Simply Ceremonies
Flowers – Simply Flowers
Here are a few images from the day.