Our fab local pub landlord put this couple in touch with me and from the get go, these two were totally chilled and laid back about the design of their big day. Samantha dreamed of a frosty winter wedding and I don’t know who she prayed to but we got perfect winter frosty morning with a wisp of mist through the trees. The bridal party had the most relaxed serene morning getting ready in their suite, we laughed at how the bride always worries about how she is feeling in the morning and thinks they are far too serene or calm. I think it’s your minds way of helping you relax and remember every moment when you’ve planned the event of all events to precision. The fella’s were equally chilled out in their local (Back garden Local) ‘The Ginger Hut’, Sam & Dave’s home grown garden tiki bar. At least they were all easy to account for. It wasn’t long before the much-awaited Wedding Ceremony would take place, but in true tradition, Samantha kept her groom waiting for an extra 15 minutes (got to make them sweat, right?).
Boy was she worth waiting for, Sam looked so timeless and beautiful in her stunning mermaid gown from “Wife to Be”. Dave couldn’t quite believe his eyes when he saw his bride for the first time. Sam was a stunning classy knockout and walked down the aisle amongst a sea of smiles. It really was a beautiful ceremony and the party continued throughout the day and evening. The sun god gave us a sunset to celebrate and we made the most of the mist and fog in the wonderful couple’s mini portrait session. It really was a fun and special day and I must take my hat off to the groom’s mum whom made layer after layer, tier after tier of the most spectacular Wedding Cake, with sugar work to die for. It was that good I thought the peony flower was silk because the petals were so finely feathered it looked like thread. Mrs O’Riordan you truly are a master craftswoman in the baking world. Thank you all for allowing us to share this wonderful day. Wishing you both all the love, luck, good health, wealth and happiness your hearts can hold.
Much Love, Lisa xx