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Rustic Romance At River Cottage.

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Happy New Year lovelies! and welcome to Rock My Wedding 2014. If you’re already a regular reader then you’ll notice a few changes around here, we’ve been updating and designing in order to make your experience quicker, easier and well….that little bit cooler. And if you are new to the blog (MASSIVE *wave*) then welcome! and congratulations on your engagement!

We thought we would begin with the gorgeous home-spun affair of Lucy and Scott which took place at River Cottage in Devon, a stunning venue with an equally covetable menu. We love Lucy’s “Ethereal English Rose” look and her dedication to DIY favours, I would very much like a bottle of Elderflower cordial and a selection of rose turkish delight right about now please.

Did I mention the fashion in general? Lush. The groomsmen look mighty fine in their country gent style apparel.

Enjoy!

A rustic wedding at River Cottage in Devon with hand made DIY favours and grey silver bridesmaid dresses from Monsoon_0001 View the full post.

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A Marriage At River Cottage.

Mike and Esmè Married at St Gregory’s Church in Seaton and had their reception at River Cottage.

That’s right folks – The River Cottage made famous by Hugh Fearnley “kill-a-rabbit-with-my-bear-hands-for-breakfast” Whittingstall!

Prepare yourselves for a visual feast as we head down to Dorset in the South West.

The magnificent Sam Gibson was on hand with a box of lenses to capture this rural delight in all its glory.

Wow Factor.

River Cottage Hq was the most amazing venue. The location, staff and food were relaxed and overall the place had an amazing wow factor.

Cat our wedding Co-ordinator was a super star, from the moment we walked down the wobbly hill to River Cottage we knew this was our place. Cat was always on the end of the phone or email when needed, but also was very relaxed about the day and helped us choose the food giving us ideas on how to use River Cottage for the day. We had the speeches outside in the garden with champagne and canapés, then the yurt for coffee after the meal.

The chef gave a toast to the guests explaining how the spit roast lamb was prepared and how he and the team had prepared the meal. They used veg from my father’s farm which was great to incorporate into our day. My dad doesn’t normally like courgettes but did on this day – the way the chef had cooked them, delicious!

The staff where so good on the day and so happy, the guests again commented on how good all the staff were.… View the full post.

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