Don your wellies and grab your chocolate Lab, for today we are frolicking in a meadow of bluebells, sitting on hay-bales (itchy?) eating hog roast and sipping lots of Prosecco. Oh and bunting, there is bunting, 400m of handmade bunting. Also look out for a bridal cape in my 2015 trends post 😉
Photograph by Sam at Paper Angel Photography
I have always wanted to get married in the blue bells and have a natural wedding. I loved planning every little detail. I am a bit of an Artist so my wedding was a project of mine. I was engaged for 2 years just so I could have it the way I wanted. I hand made everything I could with a lot of help from friends and family. I really enjoyed spending time on my wedding projects with friends and family. I made wedding props on my hen do with my family. I had to make 400meters of bunting so the girls and I spend hours on a Saturday night with a glass of wine making triangles.
Cooks (Stourport on Severn)
The dress was from 2have and 2hold. My sister bought me my white wellies. The accessories and veil was also from 2have and 2hold (Kidderminster)
Next shoes, the rest was from A-Z wedding in Stouport.
Groomsmen’s outfits/accessories: A-Z weddings
Pig roast by 93 cafe, Bewdley. Very good
- Getting married in the blue bells
- My personal ideas
- Pig roast
- Natural flowers
- The rock village hall
- My dream dress
- Enjoying the morning with my ladies.