Was your wedding day look indicative of your general style, or did you get a bit more experimental?
I wanted to be a polished, rolled-in glitter version of me. I didn't want to go full bridal, but I wanted to feel special. I went for a Rejina Pyo dress – she is an amazing designer and also my friend. We worked collaboratively on designing a dress that was something different but still me – a polka dot fabric, with frills and a bow.
What was your first dance to?
We went for 'Stand On The Word' by The Joubert Singers. It’s a really soulful, loud and fun song that always gets us dancing.
Do you have any great tips for table planning and creating a celebratory atmosphere?
Buy your own fabric and have personalised napkins made (you could go as far as embroidering your guests' initials in these) making the setting and placement fun; I had oyster shells painted gold inside. Flowers or foliage are great for adding color if you want to keep the plates, crockery and linen simple. We scented our tent with Jo Malone candles and that really created an atmosphere in the tent, and now whenever I smell that scent it takes me right back to my wedding day