Bonded Warehouse: Jasmin and Stefan’s Botanical Beauty


Bonded Warehouse: Jasmin and Stefan’s Botanical Beauty


“It was like no one else was in the room. As soon as I walked down the aisle the surge of emotion that came over me when I saw Stefan was so surreal – I just lost it.” – The Bride

Jasmin and Stefan first crossed paths when they met at work in 2013. Four years later the couple visited Disneyland Paris where Jasmin received every girls dream proposal!

Venue Lovin':

Nestled just outside of Sunderland’s city centre, this historic building, Bonded Warehouse, provided unique spaces for Jasmin and Stefan’s wedding day.

Jasmin – “We loved the whole industrial and vintage feel of this venue. With the help of Matt and his team, we had a brilliant day and wish we could do it all over again.”
Stained wood signs and brass candlesticks were used to enhance the rustic theme that ran throughout, while the beautiful foliage centrepieces, with intertwined jasmine flowers, created a delicate and elegant touch.

Ticking every box for the couple, this urban venue was complete with exposed brickwork, botanical features and a secluded courtyard - what's not to love?

Yes to the Dress:

With an addiction to TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress, Jasmin couldn’t wait to begin dress shopping in search for her perfect gown.

Jasmin – “I visited Sense of Style where my dress was pulled off the peg. I knew I had saved the best till last and instantly said yes there and then!” 

The bride graced the aisle in this beautiful fit-and-flare gown, finished with a bardot-style neckline and distinctive lace detailing. Her look was enhanced by her beautiful emerald green bridesmaids’ dresses and intricately embellished hairpiece.

The Bride’s Words:

“Make sure you take some time out as a newly married couple as the day can be so overwhelming.

Spending a few minutes here and there, just the two of you, makes all the difference.”

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