Getting married in a forest setting is not everyones idea of a wedding. Combining this with DIY decorations, tent and yurt living, compost toilets, no electricity or WiFi and rubber ducks made for a very quirky wedding indeed.
The bride was 45 minutes late but the wait was worthwhile as she arrived in a vintage gown that looked fabulous. The forest clearing was all decked out in bunting and the guests seated on straw bales with cushions were comfortable during the wait. The ceremony went without any issues and two daughters taking part made it a very family affair. Afterwards as the bride and groom passed through a mist of lavender confetti the party started. Big blue skys and lots of sunshine, canapes and drinks made the afternoon go so quickly. Then, later than planned but who cared, seated under the sky and even more bunting the reception meal started.
French chic abounded, everyone was relaxed, the setting was very different and unique but everyone enjoyed it including me. Thanks to Ade and Ella for letting me be apart of their wedding and to Wendy & Mathew at Quirky Camping for a great day and alternative wedding venue.
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