Filipa and Dan got married at The Willows, Bournemouth Town Hall with a reception party at The Three Tuns in Bransgore.
It was a short day for us but in that time these two managed to pack in a hell of a lot of pretty details and were so much fun to be around. From the dress and the beautiful flowers from The Real Cut Flower Garden to the beautifully decorated marquee and party area at the Three Tuns.
We absolutely loved the table set-up for the wedding breakfast, with long, picnic benches and a smaller table-for-two for the newly weds.
Here are some photos from their wedding day:
Posted with thanks and congratulations to Filipa and Dan x
We turned up at Chaffeymoor Grange to find a bunch of people sat in the garden trying to work out how to make paper pom-poms. Despite talks of a strike and allocating a member of the wedding party to act as a Union Rep, the speed at which they were piling the wooden table with these paper balls was pretty impressive. It was the jolliest Sweatshop Factory I’ve ever seen.
In short, everyone was chipping in to make sure Janey and Mark’s wedding day was a memorable one. With full run of the house for a few days everyone was already looking quite settled into their weekend home.
Janey and Mark are expert designers and right from the outset they were determined to fill their day with lots of “Make-and-Do decor” and, as they put it in their first enquiry to us, “with a hint of country gorgeousness”.
Their take on this was right up our street, right down to the gigantic ampersand in the ceremony room and their music-themed table decorations.
We were very pleased (after working together on the same wedding loads, but never actually putting a face to a name) to bump into the supremely talented Sabine from “G Lily ” who did a marvellous job (as always) on the garden-style flowers.
We stuck around until the wedding breakfast. But stumbling on their brilliant “Honesty Bar” sign it looked like the party was good to go for the rest of the weekend.
A party, in a beautiful house, with happy friends and family, good music and a stash of Port is the perfect recipe for an excellent wedding.
Jess and Dan’s Wedding Day continued with a marquee reception at Parley Manor. The marquee looked great decorated with lots of colourful flowers, homemade Sloe Gin and a super tiered wedding cake made my Dan’s mum. She did an amazing job!
The heavens opened during the meal and the rest of the day was a bit drizzly but luckily it was light enough to get out and about for a few photos around the grounds before the evening kicked off.
Drizzle didn’t do anything to dampen the spirits for this party. It was pretty wild. Helped along by such a fun set from wedding and party band, The Daggers. These boys brought so much energy to the tent. There was nothing for it but to bounce the night away on the sprung dancefloor.