Whilst planning their wedding, Annemarie and Rhys knew they didn’t want anything too extravagant - as they wanted to keep the focus on the celebration of their love and not the fussy, extra details.
Pretty mint green accents were the focal point of the reception décor and made a subtle but stylish statement. To cut down on costs and save them using a wedding planner, the couple made use of their families’ creative skills to help them with the reception décor.
The flowers at the church were arranged by Annemarie’s mother, who also made bows for the children. Not only did Siobhan do the wedding photography but she also created the table cards and did the calligraphy. Rhys’s sister made the couple their wedding cake and crafted other decorative touches for the venue.
The couple hired florist Adda Barry, from Wedding Flowers by Laura and Adda, to sprinkle her magic and add delicate floral touches to the reception décor. Chic lily table centre pieces were provided by the hotel.
Annemarie and Rhys gave their reception a personal touch by naming the tables after mountains they have climbed – and sometimes got lost on!