Category: Real-Life

Real-Life :   22 / 07 / 19

Olivia and Jack

Who: Olivia and Jack | When: June 2019 | Where: Houghton Lodge

At just under 80 guests, Houghton Lodge provided the perfect venue for Olivia and Jacks’s intimate wedding. This stunning country house and gardens in Hampshire’s Test Valley is a tranquil, romantic space with plenty of special features. The couple had chosen to have their ceremony by the banks of the river. As guests gathered in this idyllic spot, they enjoyed drinks served from a special station offering up two of the couple’s favourite cocktails – Negronis and Margaritas.

Houghton Lodge wedding

After the ceremony, the bride and groom led the way up the sweeping lawns and into a private walled garden. In the spirit of the theme of Bohemian elegance, canapés were circulated while everyone mingled. These bite-sized creations included confit beef shin croquets, panko breaded pork belly with gooseberry jam and avocado puree on polenta toast.

Shortly afterwards, dinner was served in the enchanting glasshouse. Overlooking the pretty walled garden, and with a very unique, airy feel, the space looked magical. Florist, Gabi Manivit had very cleverly strung trails of foliage from the beams, which transformed the room. And there were beautifully simple jars of blush pink and white flowers on each of the tables.

A carve at the table roasted rump of new season lamb made for a spectacular main course, and the whole menu was punctuated with early summer flavours and ingredients. As the sun set on the glass house later in the evening, everyone was invited to tuck into a delicious, rustic cheese board.

Houghton Lodge wedding menu

Feedback from the happy couple

The newlywed couple got in touch with these kind words shortly after their special day:

“Hi Pete… You, Grace and the Kalm team did a fantastic job. We had several guests comment that it was the best wedding food they’ve had. Your organisation of the day, suppliers, stylish presentation and the calming presence of you and Grace were all highlights.”

Would you like to talk to us about how we can create extra magic at your special day? Give us a call on 01483 813360 or email

Credits… Venue: Houghton Lodge {} Food & styling: Kalm Kitchen {} Photography: Felix Russell {} Flowers: Gabi Manivit at Scarlet & Violet {}

Real-Life :   25 / 06 / 19

Charlotte & Daniel

Who: Charlotte and Daniel | When: May 2019 | Where: Millbridge Court

Timeless elegance met country styling when Charlotte and Daniel got married recently at Millbridge Court. The couple incorporated gorgeous touches from the gardens of the venue for a wonderful, outdoorsy feel.

Real Life wedding Millbridge Court

As guests toasted the newlyweds, they tucked into a selection of canapés. This included a tasty mix of classic bites such as Mini Yorkshire Puddings, Mushroom Croquettes and Tempura Prawns. As the evening unfolded, we served up a classic menu that embraced the early summer, starting with a flavour-packed tomato salad and featuring chicken wrapped in sage and Parma ham.

It was dessert that truly wowed the guests though. Our Slice at the Table Chocolate Brownie Pavlova with salted caramel sauce was a gloriously indulgent winner with the delighted crowd and brought everyone together in such a fun way.

Kalm Kitchen menu Millbridge Court

Charlotte and Daniel’s amazing eye for detail shone through in every aspect of the day. Well thought out and beautifully executed, all the touches were exceptional from the abundant displays of flowers down to personally written name cards. This all resulted in the most amazing day from start to finish. We were so happy to be a part of the wonderfully warm atmosphere of this special day.

Kind words from the couple

The couple got in touch afterwards with these kind words:

“Just wanted to say the biggest thank you that I could possibility give to all of you for making our wedding day the most unforgettable day of our lives. I know we’re biased because it’s our wedding, but all our guests were saying how amazing it was how smooth it ran and how relaxed the vibe was. Ultimately this was down to all of you! A special thank you especially to Grace at Kalm Kitchen and Natasha from Millbridge Court. You two were like angels sent down from heaven, and I will never forget you both!”

If you’d like to talk to us about creating wonderful food for your wedding, give us a call on 01483 813360 or email

Credits… Photography: Rebecca Searle {}. Videographer: Chris Bennet {}. Flowers: Hannah Berry Flowers {}. Wedding cake: Cakes by {}. Musicians: Laura Paper hearts- {}. Evening Band ‘Motown Gold’ {}.

Real-Life :   01 / 05 / 19

Sophie & Oliver

Who: Sophie & Oliver | When: December 2017 | Where: Gate Street Barn

Gate Street Barn in Surrey was the setting for Sophie and Oliver’s chic winter wedding with a decidedly 1920s feel. From the bride’s spectacular beaded corset to the wild style bouquets wrapped in burgundy and ivory lace ribbons, the day had an array of intricate touches. And it was all planned and executed in just seven months.

Kalm Kitchen Gate Street Barn

With a close eye on budget, the couple still managed to achieve the stylish look they dreamed of, without cutting corners. By festooning the barn with lights and florals, the couple transformed the space into a stylish but cosy setting – perfect for the time of year. They also injected their own modern, geometric twist with design details and graphics. And one of the couple’s favourite touches was a heartfelt display featuring framed photos of all their relatives on their wedding days.

Kalm Kitchen Gate Street Barn wedding

We worked closely with the couple to imagine a menu which would cater to every taste. First of all, guests feasted on a selection of canapés served up on imaginative vintage platters. For starters, it was an Antipasti sharing board or vegan kale salad. The main course made the most of the winter setting with a comforting crowd pleaser of chicken and leek pie with creamy mash and roasted carrots.

Kalm Kitchen wedding menu

Sophie and Oliver chose to go non-traditional with their cake and served up a four-layered carrot cake with a smooth butter icing created by Digbys at Vauxhall station. Their guests loved it, and the couple made sure they got a slice too!

Party time

The party continued well into the evening, dancing to tunes from Chris Haslam at Chess Disco. The couple’s first dance was made even more memorable as they were showered with a dried petal flower cannon. Just one of many magical moments during a spectacular day.

Read more about Sophie and Oliver’s big day at Whimsical Wonderland Weddings. If you’d like to talk to us about unforgettable food for your wedding or event give us a call on 01483 813360 or email

Credits… Photography: Kat & Ash at The Springles {}. Florist: Carrie Macey at Topiary Tree {}. Venue: Gate Street Barn {}. Videographer: Ashleigh at Ash Videography {}. DJ: Chris Haslam at Chess Disco {}

Real-Life :   02 / 04 / 19

Lara & Dan

Who: Lara and Dan | When: December 2018 | Where: Hackney Town Hall

Most brides are buzzing with excitement when discussing their wedding plans. But from the first moment we spoke to Lara, we were all swept away with her enthusiasm. Lara had lots of ideas and we were delighted she chose to work with us to bring them to life and create the catering for this most amazing occasion.

Kalm Kitchen real life wedding

The couple got married at super cool London location Hackney Town Hall – a space filled with stunning architectural details. We made the most of the dizzying height of the Atria and created a spectacular Bubble Bar. Dressed with dreamy florals by Liz at Blue Sky flowers, we elevated the station and decked it with luxurious golds and an abundance of gorgeous fruits. Guests were able to dive in and create their own bespoke fizz and ‘pimp’ their Prosecco.

Golden touch

In fact, the gold theme ran right the way through these proceedings, along with an art deco mood which was inspired by the venue. The wedding was styled with touches of gold from the cutlery to the beaded charger plates and rimmed glassware. We completed the look with clear water goblets, chalk urbane linen and white hemstitch napkins.

After canapés and more refreshments from the Bubble Bar, Lara and Dan offered their guests a choice of two main courses. And they both agreed that the dessert had to be a wow factor. Guests chose from roasted Rump of Hampshire Lamb or Pan fried wild sea bass for their main course, and then came a highlight of the day.

Kalm Kitchen canapes

For dessert, Lara and Dan created a real talking point with one of our trademarks – a slice at the table sharing pavlova. They added their own fun element by placing a golden ticket under one person’s chair from each table. The lucky recipient was given a branded apron, a chef’s hat and the task of slicing for the table while ‘Pure Imagination’ by Gene Wilder from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory played. The couple described this moment as absolutely hilarious and one of their favourite moments of the wedding.

Kalm Kitchen menu

Although the couple didn’t have a cake, they opted for a pick ‘n’ mix station in honour of Lara’s sweet tooth. This full size stand had 16 different kinds of sweets and a scoop to help yourself. Later in the evening guests danced to music provided by a DJ and electric violinist Sally Potterton. Meanwhile, we circulated pots of gooey mac and cheese with a personalised sticker – which matched their invitations and stationery – to refuel the exhausted crowd.

‘I can’t recommend them enough’

Afterwards, Lara shared these kind words about her experience with Kalm Kitchen…

‘We used Kalm Kitchen as our caterers. They were AMAZING! They make the most incredible food and presented in the most incredible way. I can’t recommend them enough. They layed the tables and ordered all our crockery etc. We went for gold cutlery, gold beaded charger plates, gold vintage style glasses, the tables all looked as I dreamed them!’

You can read more about Lara and Dan’s beautiful day on If you’d like to talk to us about creating dreamy food memories for your wedding or event give us a call on 01483 813360 or email

Credits… Photography: Rebecca Goddard {}. Videographer: Wagtail Productions {}. Bar Company: UK Mobile Bars {}. Florist: Liz at Blue Sky Flowers {}. Wedding Planner: Katy Cresner {} DJ: Wedding Smashers {}. Venue: Hackney Town Hall {}

Real-Life :   18 / 12 / 18

Cat & Angus

Who: Catriona and Angus | When: September 2018 | Where: High Billinghurst Farm

When a member of the Kalm Kitchen team gets married, you can guarantee it’s going to be a well-planned day! And, sure enough when our very own Cat married Angus, not only did it run like clockwork, but it was also a truly beautiful occasion, which was perfect in every single way. No surprises, we all shed happy tears of laughter and pure joy throughout the day as Cat made her wedding dreams come true with impeccable style and planning.

KK’s super Event Manger Pete was put in charge of making sure all of Cat’s ideas were brought to life – a role he relished! ‘I loved our planning sessions, especially when mixed with Salted Caramel ice cream and an episode of Desperate Housewives!’ he told us. ‘I am very lucky to call both of these amazing people my friends, and seeing through all their plans was an absolute honor. It will be a highlight wedding for the rest of my life.’

Kalm Kitchen’s ‘Little Black Book’ came into its own as Cat cherry-picked some really special suppliers to help create her vision. The super-talented Kate Avery was responsible for the florals and in particular creating the most amazing ‘Moongate’ masterpiece in the Elizabethan Room where Catriona and Angus exchanged vows. This was then transformed in the evening to be used as a photobooth. The day was captured beautifully by photographer Anneli Marinovich. Her calm presence on the day helped settle any nerves and ensured every moment would be remembered and treasured forever.

In honour of the changing season, Cat settled on a luxurious autumnal theme that comprised Bohemian glamping. Her autumn-inspired palette, which was a riot of rich, natural tones reflected the late September mood perfectly. Catriona and Angus’s dog Peanut was their ring bearer, complete with her own floral collar handmade by the Bride. The room filled with a chorus of ‘aaahhhs’ as the photogenic Cockapoo (with her very own Instagram account, no less) entered, carried by the brother of the Bride.

There was no shortage of vibrant, seasonal foliage and Cat had collected bags full of Maple leaves in the weeks leading up to the wedding to use as confetti. She picked a mixture of orange, red and purple leaves that magically celebrated their marriage. Even the canapés were carefully selected by our bride to fit in with the gorgeous hues of purple around the venue. The tasty bites included a delicious selection of flavours such as Beetroot Cured Salmon, Mini Arancini Balls and Peking Duck Pancakes.

The stunning Gold Patisserie Bar, which followed a meltingly-delicious main of Slow Cooked Shin of Beef, was designed by Cat and detailed with gorgeous florals by Kate to complement the array of delicious potted desserts, which created a sweet-toothed visual dream! A stunning cheeseboard was served as the evening cranked up into full swing, while gooey individual pots of Mac’n’Cheese were circulated to hungry guests as the party continued.


Cat and Angus were delighted with their day, and the Father of The Bride sent these kind words to super-planner Pete afterwards to express his gratitude:

‘I feel that a further word of thanks is most certainly warranted. When I recall every telling moment on Saturday in particular it includes you at the epicentre, calmly sorting everything out. It is a massive responsibility and requires multiple levels of calm, to say nothing of the diplomacy of many venerable ambassadors. That you achieved it all with great good humour and evident flawless success says a huge amount and we are all indebted to you. The train may have sped safely and comfortably on at every turn but the track laying was entirely yours. Thank you. Thank you for all that that particular weekend will mean over succeeding months and years. Many, many years.’

Credits… Venue: High Billinghurst Farm {} Florist: Kate Avery {} Photography: Anneli Marinovich Photography {} Videographer: Wild Fire Weddings {} Singer: THOM Music {} Invitations: Nat’s Paper Studio {} Calligraphy – Pepe’s Point {Instagram @pepespoint} Ring Bearer: Peanut {Instagram @cockapoopeanut}

Real-Life :   05 / 12 / 18

Camilla and George

Who: Camilla and George | When: September 2018 | Where: Blenheim Palace

Every wedding we’re a part of at Kalm Kitchen has a special place in our hearts, and we can genuinely say that we love all our couples. There are some occasions though that still take our breath away, and this was one of them! From the moment Camilla walked down the aisle to marry George at St Mary Magdalene Church in Woodstock under a beautiful arch festooned with florals, the scene was set for the absolutely stunning details that followed throughout the day.


After the ceremony, guests were transported to the South Lawn of magnificent Blenheim Palace for a lunch reception filled with an abundance of food and drink, where they feasted on canapés such as Scotch Quails Eggs and Salt and Pepper Squid; circulated bowl food of either Ceviche or Asparagus and Parmesan Risotto with truffle oil; and an assortment of innovative stalls, which we’d styled to enhance the visuals of all the delicious food.

A seafood stall featured live slicing of beetroot cured salmon, hot smoked salmon and oak smoked sliced salmon alongside blinis, pumpernickel, grilled sourdough, garlic aioli, marie rose, chervil, shallot and caper dressing, crispy baby gem and baby minted potatoes. Guests were also invited to tuck into Lobster Rolls in soft brioche buns and treated to an Oyster Meister serving up fresh oysters and delicious accompaniments, all presented on vintage silver platters.

A glass lantern roof gave our wooden-structured Organic Potting Shed the feel of a glass house, bursting with terracotta pots filled with produce. Ingredients echoed the homegrown aesthetic with an array of healthy and wholesome temptations including beetroot hummus; hummus; chive lemon and sour cream; bread crisps; pitta; quails eggs; roasted assorted nuts; syringe shots; protein balls; raw vegetables; stuffed baby courgette flowers; Apple, watercress and pistachio salad and Heritage tomato, avocado and spring green salad.

And finally, a Nitrogen Ice cream bar created true drama and looked incredible with its array of Salted Caramel Cookie Ice Cream, Dulce De Leche, Praline Pecan Ice Cream and Elderflower Sorbet accompanied by a selection of toppings including Honeycomb, Chocolate flakes & Freeze-dried raspberry.

As the perfect finishing touch, a bespoke swing – provided by The Oak and Rope Company and detailed with Camilla and George’s names – hung over the large oak tree outside the lunch marquee, nestled in the woodland.


After a wonderful afternoon, the wedding party departed to get ready for the evening, kicking off with a spectacular champagne and canapé reception in The Great Hall, before a formal dinner in the luxurious evening marquee situated in the beautiful Water Terrace. The evening was styled with soft pinks, golds and gorgeous overhead floral installations of stunning wild flowers. Beautiful rose Florence water goblets and gold-rimmed glasses were provided by Couvert and paired with a blush pink napkin on clean, white contemporary table linen. The centre of the room hosted a round table with a stunning centrepiece, which became our famous cheeseboard and patisserie bar as dinner drew to a close.

As we cleared the decks, a spectacular fireworks display was held facing the River Glyme. The evening was then transformed into a party, unveiling the 12-piece band, glitter station and circular cocktail bar, plus divine Farmhouse Cheese Toasties served up as a midnight snack at the end of the night.

It was such a privilege to be a part of this special day, and we were all bursting with pride at the results. The bride contacted us afterwards with these kind words…

‘I honestly don’t know how I can ever thank you for making our wedding day the best and most magical day of our lives. It surpassed all of my expectations, everything looked like a fairytale and the food was absolutely incredible! I had so many people asking me who the caterers were. The tables were literally a dream come true and I was so happy with all of our pink and gold choices! I just feel so lucky to have had you helping me with all the meticulous planning.

You have all been an absolute joy to work with, so efficient, kind and accommodating – there is absolutely no way I could have done it without you. I just wanted to let you know how eternally grateful I am for all that you’ve done for me. It was the most unforgettable day and I’ll cherish all of the memories, made so beautiful by all of you!’

Credits… Venue: Blenheim Palace {} Flowers: John Carter London {} Photography: Matt Porteus at Studio_M {} Lunch Marque: 10×15 structures {www.10×} Evening Marquee: Ascot Structures {} Production: IngenuisUK {} Cake: Cotton and Crumbs {} Wedding Dress: Dolce & Gabbana {}

Real-Life :   05 / 12 / 18

Laura & Sebastian

Who: Laura and Sebastian | When: August 2018 | Where: Northbrook Park

All couples inject their own vision when planning their weddings, but for Laura and Sebastian almost every single detail of their big day was a personally crafted affair. Rustic charm summed up the styling brief, and Laura ensured this was carried throughout the proceedings with plenty of homemade touches and DIY projects included.

The groomsmen built the table plan structure, while all the items displayed on the guestbook table were gathered from Laura and Seb’s home. With the couple being keen travel bloggers, all of the table names were snaps from their worldwide travels together, and a ladder photo frame captured their engagement shoot for everyone to see.

Creating the right atmosphere for the day with small styling details was clearly important to the couple, and they also wanted to provide a stylish summer celebration that really wowed their friends and family. We ensured our menu summed up the rustic theme with a twist of modern elegance, and we managed to incorporate a real sense of fun with sharing courses chosen for the starter and dessert. A beautiful Anti pasti board kicked off the main meal with Italian meats, cheese and Mediterranean vegetables, and then after a delicious Rump of Hampshire Lamb, guests tucked into one of our classic Eton Mess desserts made for sharing.

This sweet couple made it such a beautiful wedding to be a part of, with no detail left out and so many lasting memories created.

Credits… Photography: Charlotte Bryer-Ash Photography {} Videography: Ashleigh Rodd at HD Moments {} Flowers: Hannah Berry Flowers {} Wedding cake: Karen Fraser Clay at Kasserina cakes {} Music: Star Dust, booked through Alive Network {}

Real-Life :   05 / 12 / 18

Gaby & Matt

Who: Gaby & Matt | When: May 2018| Where: Isle of Wight

With a magical, Bohemian theme, mingled with touches of sheer elegance, Gaby and Matt’s marquee wedding was one of the most special and memorable celebrations we had the pleasure to work on this summer. The couple got married at St Peter’s Church on The Isle of Wight and then guests were invited along to the bride’s family home, where a grand, canopied marquee had been specially constructed amidst the pretty meadowland, which bordered the grounds.

Florist Emma Palais had created a bespoke Alice in Wonderland floral gate for the entrance of the marquee, while the interior was decked with flowers and foliage, which reflected the ethereal woodland look. We styled the tables with gorgeous blush pink water glasses, which linked in with the table linens, exquisite floral displays and eclectic mix and match vintage cutlery.

The reception got off to a soulful start as reggae artist Derek Sandy brought all the guests together with his iconic rendition of ‘Welcome to the Isle of Wight’. His reggae roots and engaging performances brought joy and laughter throughout the reception and added a brilliant mood to the day. After a wonderful afternoon of delicious canapés, plenty of fizz and Derek’s accompanying music, guests retreated to the marquee and settled in for a sumptuous wedding breakfast.

The groom’s father had hand-crafted long, wooden serving boards for each table, which were filled with an abundance of flavourful elements for the Middle Eastern Sharing Board starter. Guests then moved onto a main of slow-cooked shin of beef, followed by a tribute to the bride’s favourite dessert – cream, Dulce de Leche and banana served up in tall-stemmed apothecary jars.

Derek Sandy returned later in the evening to pair with band The Reggae Sauce, and meanwhile a kebab stall, laden with more delectable Middle Eastern flavours was tucked into while guests danced the night away under a fairy-lit marquee and the summery, moonlit sky.

The couple fed back with their heartfelt gratitude afterwards with the following words… ‘We cannot thank you enough for everything you did for us over such a special weekend, you were utterly sublime. You and your team were extraordinary and we truly had the best day we could have imagined.’

If you’d like to talk to us about how we can add the extra magic to your celebrations do get in touch at or call us on 01483 813360.

Credits… Photography: Mary Anne at Maryanne weddings {} Flowers: Emma Palais at Palais {} Marquee: Sperry Tents {} Music: Derek Sandy

Real-Life :   05 / 12 / 18

Emma & Will

Who: Emma and Will | When: Saturday 14th July 2018 | Where: Frating Abbey, Colchester

One decision Emma and Will didn’t struggle with when it came to planning their wedding was the location. The Groom’s family’s farm provided the perfect, rustic backdrop for their special day. The reception was hosted on a spectacular raised lawn, while a magical, glass-topped marquee was situated through the trees in the walled garden. A blend of sweet and simple styling in neutral accents of whites and pale botanical greens completed this wedding wonderland.

A traditional double decker bus transported guests from the church to the house where canapés, such as Peking Duck Roll Pancakes and Grilled Halloumi Skewers were circulated on a mix of styled serving platters and rustic cages draped with white roses. Refreshments came in the form of fizz, and also English Elderflower flavoured water set up on a pretty ladder display station.

In honour of the Bride’s home country, New Zealand Lamb was the requested main dish for the wedding breakfast. It was pretty clear how much the Mother of the Bride loved it when she came into the kitchen at the end of the meal and demanded a hug from head chef, Chris. Her words were, ‘I am born in New Zealand and I know my lamb, this was absolutely fantastic, it was so delicious!’

Afterwards, a stunning Patisserie Bar was set up, with a single gold leaf tiered cake created by Fifi Cakery, which sat alongside our delicious potted desserts and decadent chocolate lollipops and macaroons. And the verdict from the happy couple? Quite simply, the Bride and Groom said it was the best day of their lives!

Credits… Photography: Maryanne Weddings {} Furniture and Crockery: Couvert {} Flowers: Blue Sky Flowers {} Wedding Planning: Louise and Natalie at Louise Perry weddings {} Cake: Fifi’s Cakery {} Marquee: Fairytale Marquees {}

Real-Life :   06 / 12 / 18

Rachel & Alan

Who: Rachel and Alan | Where: Millbridge Court

Some couples spend months (or even years) dreaming up their wedding day. But within two weeks of their engagement, Rachel and Alan had already settled on their venue and just nine weeks later they were exchanging their vows. The venue in question was stunning Millbridge Court in Surrey, and even with such a tiny timeframe to prepare, no details were spared!

The brief from the couple in question was clear and simple – ‘make it fun and informal’, so we decided that sharing food would be the ideal way to get all their guests involved and cut out any unnecessary formalities. After serving up some bite-size canapés in the sunshine, guests were treated to a mix of meze and antipasti boards containing Italian meats, mozzarella, chickpea salad, tabbouleh, hummus and a selection of breads.

For their main course, Rachel and Alan decided on beautifully tender rump of new season lamb. One guest from each table was nominated to collect the meat from the kitchen and carve at their table. The carvers were given aprons and hats to make it all the more fun. And then, as a treat for the eyes and the tummies, our Patisserie Bar provided a sweet sensation with its mix of delectable summery desserts such as Eton Mess and Lemon Posset.

After their whirlwind wedding, the happy couple sent us these extremely kind words…

‘Well what can we say apart from amazing, amazing, amaaaazing!!! From the moment we arrived at Millbridge Court, we knew this was the definitely the place we wanted to get married. It was modern, beautiful, sophisticated and just utter gorgeousness. We had our own ideas from day one of how we wanted our wedding to be and then you jumped aboard and took it that 10 steps further to make it even better! I am a very attention to detail girl, but after meeting you I knew I didn’t have to worry about a thing. You ladies are creative perfectionists. From the sharing starters, to the carve (that was SO much fun – our guests loved it), the patisserie station and oh the cheese board! It was such a unique way to host our guests and bring the fun element to our wedding.

We have been inundated with messages and calls from our guests about the day – amazing food (oh how they loved the food, so many comments on the food), the venue, the service, how fun it was and just generally how it was the perfect day.Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for helping us create our perfect day in such a short space of time. Because of your amazing team you didn’t make me worry once – I had complete confidence that you would deliver. What is also lovely is that you made us feel like our wedding was the most important event when we were liaising with you. The service you provide is truly personal. I have actually named you my little fairies. You ladies just go around with your magic wand sprinkling that magic fairy dust everywhere you go and making everything beautifully perfect!

We had the BEST DAY EVER! With love and thanks, Rachel & Alan’

If you’d like to talk to us about how we can create your dream day – even on a tight timeframe – do get in touch at or call us on 01483 813360.

Credits… Photography: Anna Fowler {} Flowers: Bex from Blush Floral {} Venue: Millbridge Court {}

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