The dress: My mum Rosie McClelland who used to be a fashion designer in London before becoming an artist made all of the dresses. Mine was made from raw silk and a fuchsia georgette sari. She also made all of the bridesmaids, flowergirl and man of honour shirt. They were all made from different coloured raw silk. She even made her own dress! The drawing of the two of us which we used for the invite to our party is also my mum’s work of art. My husband Neil wore a traditional Indian kurta made from white cotton.
It was a 3 day event and I had three outfits. For the first day I wore a cocktail dress from Karen Millen, on day 2 I wore a made to order Lehenga Choli from India and day 3 was my wedding dress!
The moment!: We had a humanist ceremony and my version of walking the isle was through sand in my bare feet at sunset. Our wedding song (walking down isle) was a section from a TiËSTO song called ‘Magic Journey’. Everything about the wedding was magical but if I had to pick, it would be the moment walking down the isle towards Neil.
All photos are by Silvia Olsen and Victoria Adamson, Make-up by Isobel Kennedy and Aileen Morgan.