Amrit and Luke met through work when she came to deliver a training course on one of his sites. Luke was said to be struck by her beauty and the passion she displayed in coaching a tough crowd. The pair chatted over the lunch break and Luke knew he'd regret not spending more time with her, so he asked her out for a drink. Thanks to their undeniable chemistry, Armit even forgave him for forgetting his wallet on their first date!
Three years later Luke asked her to marry him at home on the evening of 5th August, 2016. “I cooked her favourite meal, filled the room with roses, put on my best suit and surprised her by getting down on one knee after she got in from a hard day's work,” reveals Luke. “I also made sure I chose a ring she couldn't say no to!”
Here, Amrit reveals all the details of their dream day…
We were able to use the venue exclusively with our loved ones for the day right through to the following morning which made it even more special.
I wanted to tie my Punjabi heritage together with a more traditional English wedding. So I had an English ceremony and an Indian reception and party.
The first thing I chose was my dusky pink Louboutins. Everyone has their own priorities!
We met Serena from Cobi and Coco and designed the cake with our navy and gold colour scheme in mind. She picked up on the detailing of the dress with a stunning hand-made mould.
We reflected the navy and gold in the table plan and place names.
We had dusky pink roses on the end of the aisle to tie the colour scheme together.
Luke stood out from the other boys in his blue suit, while they wore either navy or grey.
I had a mermaid-style white dress with veil. I chose this as it was so flattering and made me feel very comfortable.
Bride's hair and make-up