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Katie & Matt - July '22

Updated: Apr 11

As a heat wave washed over Norfolk and the wheat fields continued to turn to gold, Katie and Matt arrived at Curds Hall Barn to to start transforming it into their own for their long awaited wedding day. 

The all too common tale of pandemic postponements and waiting patiently for dates to roll around was true for this couple. However, they were kept busy in the interim by the arrival of beautiful Willow who became the guest of honour as the day finally arrived. 

Katie and Matt were supported by wonderful friends and family members as they created the most beautiful ceremony set up on the lawn overlooking the fields. The combination of beechwood chairs, milk churns filled with greenery and pampas grass and a stunning wooden arch backdrop with floral accent and antique rugs resulted in a stunning ceremony.

Our couple opted for a celebrant led ceremony which allowed them to have input into creating a super personalised ceremony involving family and friends. We have seen more and more of our couples take this route and it results in a wonderfully different ceremony every time! 

Matt was so excited to finally marry the lovely Katie and was accompanied by the ‘Best Couple’ (and they really were the best!!) as he waited at the end of the aisle. 

Our beautiful bride soon arrived via a VW campervan that had been decorated both inside and out by her bridesmaids. Katie wore a gorgeous blush dress which coordinated really well with baby Willow’s lovely little outfit. The Father of The Bride accompanied his excited daughter down the aisle as a friend played piano for them and they were followed by three bridesmaids and little Willow. 

With the ceremony complete, our newlyweds made their way inside to sign paperwork to legalise their marriage as guests mingled on the lawn with Pimm’s, homemade elderflower fizz and some delicious canapes. 

As guests made their way back into the barn for the Wedding Breakfast, the scent of sweet peas filled the air. Mother of the Bride had been using the additional planning time to good use cultivating the most beautiful flowers for the wedding including the sweet peas, some rosemary to decorate the cheese table, rose petals which were dried for confetti and some incredible pampas grass. 

Little glass bottles of homemade elderflower or sloe gin were left at place settings for the guests to enjoy alongside sharing platters of slow roast meats and salads before one of four flavours of epic wedding cake was served. 

In the evening there was a cheese tower with cheeses sourced from parts of the country that are important to our couple and s’mores to toast over the fire pit. 

The dance floor was full as the band played into the evening and our couple partied with their nearest and dearest to celebrate finally becoming Mr and Mrs Paul. It hasn’t been the easiest of planning journeys for the two of you but all of your efforts were definitely worth it! Congratulations!

Photographer - Joshua Patrick

Styling and floristry - Authentic Charm

Table flowers - DIY

Make up - Natalia Webster

Suit - Pure 

Caterer - Gold Leaf

Cake - Figbar

Hire - BHS

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