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Today peeps, we are off to a village fête in Wales and leading the way is Martin from My Big Day Photos.
Ok, so it’s not exactly a village fête, but that’s the look Kate and Nick decided upon when they planned their budget friendly wedding earlier in the year.
If anyone needs a lesson in how to decorate a marquee then stick around because Kate, Nick and their immediate friends and family will teach said lesson right here, right now.
…Get your note books out.
We wanted a lovely memorable wedding but without jeopardising our chances of ever getting a house deposit together, so we set about creating a pretty wedding on a budget. We had a very loose theme – whimsical, DIY, relaxed village fete – and gave ourselves a year to plan and execute.
The Blank Canvas.
Our wedding was on 4 June 2011 in Swansea, Wales – the ceremony was at St Benedict’s Church and the reception was in the grounds of Sketty Park which we’d recommend to any Welsh brides-to-be. We were the first people to put a marquee up in the grounds for a few years – so it was an experiment, but we thought it would be the best way of keeping the space light and modern. We hired a traditional unlined marquee which is best for when you want a blank canvas – but we paid a bit extra for posh chairs as wooden folding chairs were a step too far into budget.… View the full post.