Kat and Chad wanted a beach wedding filled with personal touches but was also sustainable, eco-friendly and with low environmental impact.
I arrived just in time for a very special delivery, the bride’s flowers were grown locally by MeadowSweet, based in Southbourne, Dorset.
Waiting at Wimborne Minster, was Chad. He had told me how the church was a special place for them and how they had got engaged there after a Christmas Eve service. It was amazing seeing him there, waiting for his bride.
As Kat arrived at the church, wearing a stunning and ethically sourced dress from Indiebride London, it was clear how proud her dad was of his daughter (yes, I cried).
Then, it was time for the two of them to get married.
On our way to the reception, we decided we needed to make an essential stop.
The reception was held at the stunning Shell Bay Seafood Restaurant, Studland. As well as delicious food (the gluten-free fish & chips I HIGHLY recommend) has spectacular views of Studland and Poole.
Before dinner, we decided to sneak off to the beach for the squad photos!
Followed by a quiet stroll back to the reception along the beach.
After a delicious meal, it was time for the speeches.
As the sky turned gold, we went out for a few more cheeky snaps on the patio.
And then it was time to PARTY!!
The dancing went on long into the night.
This wedding was so beautiful, it has also been featured on the Indiebride London website, click here to check it out!
Shout out to all the amazing suppliers involved:
Wedding Photography: Lotus Photography
Wedding Ceremony: Wimborne Minster
Wedding Reception: Shell Bay Seafood Restaurant, Studland
Wedding Flowers: MeadowSweet
Ethically Sourced Wedding Dress: Indiebride London