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[text_output]Wonderful photos of Holly and Mark’s Winter Wedding. They came here with 90 of their friends and family for a fabulous wedding weekend.

Weather is the one thing you can’t plan or control when planning your your big day and Holly and Mark were determined to enjoy their day come sun, wind, rain or even snow! And yes it did rain at times but they embraced the Cornish Weather and as you can see from their photos it certainly didn’t dampen their day!

Holly and Mark’s Wedding was simply stunning with loads of their own personal touches. The ceremony was indoors in our gorgeous Wedding Barn which had been beautifully decorated with ivy and pine cones, fairy lights, wicker hearts and homemade navy blue and hessian bunting. The stunning décor was complemented by music from Dave, Holly and Mark’s Australian musician friend who had been flown in all the way from America especially for the wedding as a surprise organised by Holly’s bridesmaids.

Post ceremony the new Mr and Mrs were showered in blue and white giant pompom confetti! Such fun! Before heading off to the woodland walk armed with brollies for photos. Inside the barn Dave had got the party started and guests were enjoying warming mulled wine and cider and delicious canapés of mini fish & chips and sausage & mash before sitting down for the wedding breakfast and speeches in the Green Room.  The Green Room had also been lovingly decorated in the same colour scheme by Holly and Mark and Holly’s mum.

In the evening the band V8 along with Dave provided the music, the dance floor was buzzing and guests refueled on pork pie wedding cake, cheese and scotch eggs.

A huge thank you to Holly and Mark for sharing their stunning wedding pictures and a big thanks to Toby Lowe for taking them http://www.tobylowephotography.co.uk/

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