What Made Our Day Unique
The location and having so much of the day created by friends which made it so personal for us. The farm with its stunning views over the north Cornish coast made us decide to have the ceremony in one of the farm's walled gardens with the sea as a backdrop. A friend decorated the venue and made all the stunning bunting and shell decorations, she even tie-dyed some of the buntings. She thought about every little detail. Another friend created our beautiful wedding cake and even the ceremony was held by one of John's dearest University friends ( we did the formal part a few months before at a registry office). Just having all our friends and family helping to create this beautiful day with so much personal thought going into it and spending a whole weekend with them.
Stretch Tent WeddingTrying to organise a DIY wedding is no mean task. But with the help of family and friends, Niamh and John managed to pull it off beautifully. They chose the gorgeous Cornish coastal venue Roscarrock Farm as their location and had a heartfelt stretch tent wedding ceremony and marquee reception. Niamh wore an incredible pre-loved Rime Aroday wedding dress with gorgeous lace detailing and wore her hair in a side ponytail, absolutely perfect for their laid back, personal day.
Inspiration & Styling
We are both laid back and didn't want the day to be too formal. We wanted the day to be about chilling out and relaxing with our friends and family. We chose the venue because it fit in with that vibe with its walled gardens and cosy feel it felt perfect for a day like this. We planned the rest of our wedding day around a rustic wedding theme reflecting our two homes in details - Cornwall and Ireland. For the inside of the marquee, we chose a garden theme as Niamh owns a nursery near St Agnes. We left the tables quite rustic, to the Woodfired Canteen's style.