Afternoon lovely people! See, I promised at the beginning of the year that I was going to be blogging more and I’m doing it! Woohoo! *toots trumpet* It’s making me feel really good looking back through loads of wonderful weddings and getting them all ready to be shown on here. I’m smiling like a goofball while I’m doing it. Which brings me on to this happy couple and their fun tipi wedding in Cambridge. Clare and Sam had a big knees up with their family and friends on a family friends farm. If you didn’t see part one yesterday, their intimate ceremony at Islington Town Hall, be sure to check it out here.
Their ceremony was held outside and officiated by their close friend, with everyone sitting on hay bales in the sunshine. It was super personal to them both and so sweet, heartfelt and funny. They had a big tipi, decked out in gorgeous wooden tables and benches with loads of yellow lanterns and a delicious looking naked cake which smelled SO GOOD! After the ceremony, everyone went through an old wooden door, through a woodland-y type tunnel decorated with loads of colourful bunting. It felt a bit like Alice in Wonderland, a little adventure! You came out the other side to a little lake where champers was being served.
The farm was such a beautiful setting and the tipis looked great too. Hog roast was served up for dinner and we was super lucky with the weather. Clare is actually a photographer herself, so when I said to her and Sam that the sun was setting and it looked absolutely magical, she was just as excited as me! There was an awesome ceilidh band to kick the evening off, which was done outside as it was nice and warm, and just as the sky was turning a beautiful pink and orange colour. Ahh it was so lovely. We then headed back inside the tipi for more dancing, and it was totally. EPIC.