Take inspiration from this colourful wedding at the Historic Royal Holloway College. It is one of the most spectacular university buildings in the world! 
 
 
The couple were married in the Royal Holloway University on the 2nd of September 2017. It is a truly stunning and breathtaking building. The ceremony was in Royal Holloway’s chapel, followed by wedding breakfast in the historic picture gallery and evening party in the magnificent Crosslands Suite. 
 
The couple incorporated both Assyrian and English touches throughout the day. An Assyrian priest conducted a Christian service in Aramaic, in-line with Assyrian tradition. To honour both their backgrounds they used a British lion and Assyrian Lamassu symbol. Beautiful white roses took centre stage, with eucalyptus bouquets used throughout to great effect. 
 
Julia chose our gorgeous Violet dress by House of Mooshki. It is a tea length champagne satin and tulle gown with gold metallic embroidered lace with deliciously warming illusion neckline. She looked absolutely stunning. Paul opted for a black suit with ivory tie and looked very dashing. Julia’s bridesmaids were beautiful in their green and ivory dresses. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Take a look at these beautiful photos of Julia’s wedding, which speak for themselves. 
 
We wish Julia and Paul all the best on their incredible journey together. Thank you to Kit Myers Photography for these phenomenal photos. 
 
Melisa McKenna 
 
Sophie Grace Bridal 
 
 
 
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