There was so much to love about this wedding, I’m not entirely sure where to start!
Lorna got ready surrounded by her closest friends, laughing the morning away with old stories of mischief and mayhem.
Rich was already at the True Lover Knot, a beautiful countryside pub with its own campsite. Many of the guests had camped the night before, and the celebrations were in full swing. I was even told that I HAD to get a hug from Rich, “he just gives the best hugs!”. This is something I can honestly say is 100% true, I have so many photos of guests running up to him to get a legendary hug.
The couple had decorated the pub garden, creating their own ceremony area, complete with canopy, hay bales, rugs, and even armchairs for the guests to enjoy.
They were married under the tree in a truly beautiful ceremony, which even included their daughter singing Seasons Of Love from the musical Rent, yes I cried, you all know I did.
After the ceremony, the celebrations were in full swing! Dancing, laughing, some very cheeky speeches, sombreros, face painting, ice cream, and so much music!
I almost forgot the art! Among the guests was the artist Kizzi B, who painted a surfboard with a beautiful mural of the couple with their daughter. Without knowing, she even managed to closely match the couple’s wedding attire in her creation.
There was so much love and laughter, this wedding will always be one I look back on and smile.
Wedding Supplier Shout Out:
WeddingVenue True Lovers Knot