We are so excited to be sharing the wedding of Kate and Matt with you today. The beauty, the details, the styling – everything about this wedding is just so personal to them.
Kate and Matt had a humanist ceremony under trees on the edge of a gorgeous lake. You are going to love the personal wedding details; the jars of sweet peas, handmade bunting, an accordion player, butterflies being release to remember those would who were not there, a homemade cake table, a truly beautiful wedding cake, an old cello used as a flower display – oh, and a beautiful horse! Even the couple’s friends and family got involved in their wedding, as talented musical friends provided the entertainment for the evening.
So, without further ado, we share with you the wedding pictures, taken by Charlie Davies Photography, of this incredible wedding. Enjoy!
“Our wedding style was natural, rustic, vintage, recycled and musical, but most importantly it represented and was true to us.
“We decided to have a humanist ceremony as this could be conducted outside and tailored for us – it was extremely personal and we are very glad we chose it. We went to a registry office a couple of days before for the legal part where we didn’t exchange rings or vows; it was a relaxed affair with a drink afterwards, then we went flower picking for the big day!
“The day before the official ceremony we ran through the outline with Vivienne our lovely humanist minister. The rehearsal was definitely worthwhile and helped us prepare both physically (and mentally!) for the day.
“We designed and printed our own stationery from recycled card and found butterfly and flower stamps from Royal Mail. Before the wedding we, with the help of family and friends, saved and decorated jars for the table flowers and evening candles, and grew sweet peas and wildflowers. My mum planted hanging baskets and both mums made loads of bunting (we also borrowed decorations from friends).