24th October 2018

Handmade DIY Country Wedding in Guildford

Oh.. what can I say about Beth and Eliott’s wedding day??! It was such a stunning day from start to finish. A completely handmade wedding with details everywhere you turned. I arrived to an array of animals on the farm, the wedding took place on Beth’s parents land, with the ceremony set up on one field and the marquee and games on the others. There were runner ducks, chickens, horses cats and dogs! As well as Beth’s childhood animals that she grew up with made a guest appearance during the ceremony in the form of a donkey and a sheep! All of the items for the day were handmade and sources by the couple as well as Beth’s Mum and Dad. With the gazebo found on facebook marketplace, the doors sanded down and put up, tissues off to one side and confetti. The attention to detail was so so lovely for a DIY wedding.

There were games all around, such as hook a dug, welly throwing and coconut bowling. With speeches involving the family dog sitting on beth’s dress to hear the speeches which I adored! As a person who was always brought up around animals it was so lovely to see them being such a big part of the day. We then took Beth and Eliott back out for some final couple shots along the forest line, where you can see this vast row of evergreen trees.

What a wedding day!

 

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