Wed and Sean tied the knot on the 6th August 2011 in the grounds of their beautiful two hundred year old farmhouse. To complete her draped white dress, Wed chose a whimsical and bohemian Aurora Rose wreath featuring perfectly placed rose flowers and leaves.
“Simple and rustic, it was the perfect accessory for my relaxed, country wedding” The farmhouse, the old rock walls, the barns with traditional bunting strung between them…they are so romantic and made for perfect backdrop on Wed and Sean’s big day.
After exchanging vows on their front lawn, Wed and Sean’s guests ate a family-style meal at long tables in their barn before heading into a second barn for dancing. A live band rocked the dancefloor which was surrounded by bales of hay for guests to relax on when resting their tired feet.
Their outdoors, rustic do showcased their love of tasty food, good wine and a fabulous party to top the day off.