Whilst winter is not the most obvious time to think about outdoor weddings, the trend for marrying al fresco has never been more popular and with an endless choice of beautiful woods, beaches, gardens, hilltops and more, available to use as your wedding backdrop, we have put together a helpful checklist if you are thinking of tying the knot outside, whatever the season.
So that our brides can get married in the garden we are building a beautiful gazebo. We’ve used oak which has been cut from our woodland. The roof will be made from individual shingles from larch, sourced from a timber yard in the Teign Valley. Next step is to have it licensed and then we are good to go. The plan is for our brides to make their entrance through the little arched gate in our courtyard and walk the length of the lawn….on a fine summer’s day what could be more perfect!
Trucks of Tuck – Delicious Ideas for Wedding Catering. Drinks, Ice-creams, Waffles, Burgers, Pizzas, Oysters and all other kinds of wedding catering served in trucks and on wheels.
The Difference Between Civil and Celebrant Ceremonies – We discuss the differences between civil and celebrant weddings with wedding celebrant, Frances Cave of Fanfare Ceremonies. We also chat through how to personalise your ceremony with handfasting, jumping the broom and much more.
The Great & The Good – Wonderful Wedding Inspiration from March. Ideas for gowns, grooms, finishing touches, floral statements, outdoor weddings, and lots more ideas to create the perfect wedding day.