Isobel and Chris wanted a total blank canvass for their wedding day, so having it on the family farm seemed the perfect choice. And a blank canvas it certainly was consisting of a field, a cow shed and all in the middle of the Cornish countryside.Details
Lara and Scott wanted to create a wedding day that was unequivocally theirs and boy oh boy did they pull it off! I mean it isn’t often you go to a wedding with the little mermaid and a storm trooper sat at the top table, metallic dinosaurs and a light up box with a swear word on it. They were married at Pennard House, just a short 10 minute drive from their house.Details
Miranda & Daniel’s beachfront destination wedding at Langosta Beach is one of the most beautiful weddings we have seen all year. As the grooms family lived in Costa Rica for many years, there was really no doubt that they were going to have the destination wedding in a place that Daniel and his family proudly called home.Details
Julianna and Thaddaeus became husband and wife, surrounded by just their closest family and friends, at the beautiful Japanese Friendship Garden in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. It was enriched in cultural tradition and meaningful touches. Upon arrival guests could say a prayer over the bride and groom’s wedding rings. The couple’s unique guest book was a set of stones for guests to sign, as historically, stones are used as metaphors for strength, permanence, stability, and refuge- all characteristics we desire to emulate in our marriage. Once the ceremony began, couple exchanged vows and rings, as well as a hand fasting ceremony in honor of Julianna’s Irish heritage. To incorporate Thaddaeus’s French culture, he participated in a sabrage, which is basically cutting the end of a champagne bottle off WITH A SWORD. No, I’m not joking, but it sounds awesome!