Kayleigh and Rob’s wedding was built around a soft romantic palette of pinks and greys which was subtlety applied to decor, attire and flowers.
From the outdoor ceremony featuring a tunnel of wisteria as the aisle to the huge foliage wreath suspended on the ceiling, flowers were key to the delicately feminine theme for the day. Each table served up a vintage boat vase stuffed with British blooms displayed on beautifully hand dyed runners.
Pink and grey candles in coloured glass candle sticks covered the top table and mini posy vases added more texture to the overall look.
Kayleigh and Rob looked stunning…not even a power-cut could spoil their fun! Whilst the barn was in shut down mode the couple performed their first dance to iPhone twilight. The music played out the back of a car which had been backed into the barn by resourceful friends to eliviate the fact there was no music.
Never before have we seen a team come together to ensure the bride and groom had the party they deserved. Candles were lit for light, acoustic instruments sourced for music and friends played DJ from the back of the car to get the crowd dancing!
Photographer: Benjamin Thomas Wheeler