After the ceremony it was time to continue the celebrations at the Ten Square Belfast.
It made sense for the stunning Grade I listed building to be Tammie and David’s venue, not only because it was the setting for their first date, but also because the décor suited the theme of their day perfectly.
The colour scheme of the reception was red and black, which matched some of the details in the bridal wear and groomswear.
The décor was filled with hand decorated bottles, broken jewellery, sprays of flowers and lace to really add to the vintage feel. Skulls also decorated the tables to put a gothic spin on the décor.
Vintage suitcases were also used as decorative highlights throughout the venue. Each one was used to display everything from the menus to the cards and the cake.
For the wedding breakfast, the women of the party enjoyed a delicious chicken dinner whilst the men tucked into steak.
There was a bit of a funfair influence running through the day, as guests were presented with candy apples as favours and there were popcorn and candy floss machines and a magician called Magic Mike.