A bride who loves Art Deco. A groom who loves music. Two families full of warmth and love. Add some close friends, a beautiful venue, a humanist ceremony, a (wet) walk through the woods and a lot of careful planning and preparation – and you have the recipe for Claire and Neal’s perfect wedding day!
|Claire’s brother surprised her by wearing a kilt, despite his insistance he wouldn’t. She was thrilled!|
|A friend of the family had made Claire’s jewellery.|
|The groom checking over his speech before dinner.|
|Claire had made bracelets for all the female wedding guests as wedding favours.
The men’s favours reflected the spirit of their travels… literally.
|Sweet trees instead of flower centre pieces. Pretty AND tasty!|
|“I would like you all to stand and raise your glasses”… This flowergirl had a great sense of humour!|
Claire and Neal, thank you so much for having us there with you on your amazing day. From the first time I met you both it felt like I had known you forever, you are both such warm, genuine people.
We wish you a lifetime of happiness and love and look forward to showing you the rest of the photos soon!
Ditte & Chris
Claire and Neal’s suppliers included:
Venue: Broxmouth Park
Shoes: Kurt Geiger
Jewellery: Made by family friend
Birdcage veil: Wedding and Baby
Hair: City Brides
Humanist Celebrant: Julie Reid
Flowers: Linden Flowers
Sweet Trees: Sweet Trees by Rivera
Wedding Photography: First Light