I have so much love for this wedding! Sarah and Nick wanted a very relaxed, friendly and informal vibe to their wedding weekend and they absolutely nailed it. They wanted to get married in Devon as it’s here they’ve built their life together, and with most of their family and friends travelling to be there, they chose Huntsham Court, a country house in Devon that could sleep most of their guests, and knowing how quickly the day goes, they booked it for 2 days to extend the celebrations.
At Huntsham Court, they could do whatever they wanted, and in bring all their own suppliers, making everything very personal to them. They first met whilst on a charity bike ride around Zanzibar in 2013 so this was the theme for their table plan, menu cards and invites which were designed by a friend, and they had home made touches for the decorations.
This was such a wonderful wedding to be a part of, everyone had an amazing time together and it’s documenting days like these that make me so grateful that this is my job!
Sarah’s hair was by Sarah Bainborough and her makeup by friend and MUA Sarah Vigor.Sarah & her bridesmaids shoes were from Debenhams, and for the evening, Sarah switched to a sparkly pair of Converse. The lovely navy bridesmaids dresses were from Amazon and Sarah got her beautiful dress from Prudence Gowns, Exeter.Harbottle & Jonas performed for the ceremony and drinks reception.Nick’s suit was from Next, the ties from M&S and waistcoats Dobell.All the beautiful flowers were by Earth Gallery Flowers.For the place names, they picked bay leaves and camellia leaves from their garden at home and Nicks mum wrote the names on with a white marker. They draped the gold candelabras in Ivy which they also brought from home. Around the room were gold word balloons from ebay. Sarah bought freestanding wooden table numbers and sprayed them gold and also made the blue bunting in the bar at a WI meeting.Their cheese cake was from West Country Cheese, and Sarah’s dad make the stand from a tree in the woods at home. Nick’s mum made jars of chutney and Sarah made jars of plum jam (from their tree at home) and put a jar of each in welcome packs in all the bedrooms.Blue Lion Band performed for their evening reception.I’m not sure what I was expecting when Nick asked me to photograph ‘fire ear’, but it was exactly as it sounded!The catering and food van was by Fego Food Co. who did an amazing job!
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