A tutu, a crown, a cheeky cigarette or two. Tatiana Hambro, fashion writer and deputy editor of Moda Operandi, wasn't your typical English rose of a bride, and we couldn't love her more for it.
Hambro said "I do" to her beau, Walter Arader, in the Dumbleton area of the Cotswolds this weekend, surrounded by stylish friends including It Girl designer Ali O'Neill of Markarian (who, in fact, designed the mismatched floral bridesmaid dresses), PR maven Savannah Engel, Happy Not Perfect’s Poppy Jamie, Galvan’s Katherine Holmgren and DJ Jana Ashley Hofheimer. The bride kicked things off in a fitted, sheath-style gown, paired with a bejeweled tiara and sunnies worthy of rebel royal, Princess Margaret.
After the sun set on the al fresco affair, the well-to-do countryside turned into a full-on rager. Hambro switched out her outfit for a poofy, party-girl tutu, and danced all night in white combat boots. The crown, however, remained firmly in place.
Click through for an inside look at this irreverently chic soiree!
[Photo via @mishnewyork]