Vicky and Ian’s wedding was Cornish through and through, from the Cornish Tartan that Ian wore through to the detail on the cake and place cards. Chocolate pasties and scrumpy adorned the wedding breakfast tables and the gold colour ran through as a colour theme. But to add to the Cornish feel, elements of the beach and seaside was a big feature on this day and it worked beautifully. Star fish and shells were added touches. We loved it!
But more than the theme we loved spending the day with Vicky and Ian and their lovely family. What a great couple, Vicky is one of life’s lovely people and I spent the morning with her and her daughter as they got ready, we laughed and made decisions on the shoes and jewellery for the wedding, she was so very relaxed! Meanwhile the men of the family fed the dogs and the parrot and generally got all the practical things done.
When Vicky put on her dress and veil, she was the picture of happiness and looked stunning, and seeing her Dad see her was the one of the best parts of my day.
Vintage cars drove us all to the church, and Oscar the Dachshund joined us for the service.
Before the newlyweds joined their guests we went to Pendennis Point for photos and as windy as it was it was so worth it.
St.Michael’s hotel is beautiful with a modern nautical theme and it was the perfect location for this wedding. The guests enjoyed a relaxing time on the balcony before enjoying the perfect food ( we know it was as we enjoyed it too! thank you so much Vicky and Ian, I still feel full!)
We managed to go to the beach and the gardens after the meal for a few more photos and then it was time for the first dance to end all first dances, Vicky and Ian, I loved it, as did your guests, the photos on this blog was my personal favorite.
What can I say? thank you for making our day, wishing you a life time of love and smiles and enjoy the next celebration! Emily’s 18th! X