Two peas in a pod, Amy and Adam knew from very early in the relationship that they belonged together. On their second anniversary Adam had popped the question during a romantic staycation getaway in Somerset.
The bride and the groom both agreed that music would take centre-stage during their celebration and not only did they have a ceilidh and a silent disco, but their friends even mixed their own song for the bride to walk down the aisle to.
Combining a selection of songs supplied by the bride and groom with a seamless catalogue of similar music, the jazz-due, Casado were one supplier that the bride wanted to give an extra special mention.
A Brew and a Bride
When it came to venue styling, Amy and Adam went for a book and tea theme, with the bride even taking a moment to have a cup in her favourite mug when she arrived at the venue!
“I made flowers out of book pages to be mixed in with our flower bouquets.” – Amy
With no detail going overlooked, origami flowers and tea-themed décor adorned the tables in the stunning Principal Hotel.
Apart from the unique styling, The Principal Hotel also offered incredible photo opportunities both inside and out.
Trying on over 40 gowns, it wasn’t until she visited Suzanne Neville with her Mum in Cheshire that she finally found THE ONE.
A Final Word from the Bride
“Enjoy the planning!” – Amy
Although sometimes it can feel a little overwhelming, it’s important to plan your wedding your way… this is the most important day of your life after all!
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