Your Gloucestershire and Wiltshire Wedding - February/March 2023 (Issue 37)

while Rebecca had arrived earlier at the venue in a stylish white Mercedes. “Our ceremony was enchanting and so romantic,” she tells us. The couple’s decorative elements set the theme of their big day. “Our centrepieces were rustic-inspired and placed on the round tables that we chose because it’s easier for guests to socialise,” Rebecca tells us. Our table plan was also rustic-inspired, created from a pallet board, and our tables were numbered. Our carved wooden place names provided our guests with a keepsake from our special day. This was in addition to the favours which were sweets including Ferrero Rocher.” Rebecca and Jordon wanted a cottage garden theme for their flower displays that were pink and white mixed with greenery. “We live in a cottage so it felt fitting,” they tell us. “We had flowers decorating the outdoor archway ceremony backdrop, floral runners placed on either side of the outdoor aisle which looked amazing and giant flower initials displayed outside which looked so cool. In the barn where we held our wedding breakfast, we had a statement hoop styled with flowers placed behind us at our top table set against a wall of fairylights. We also had an illuminated sign which read ‘I bet that you look good “Our parents were wonderful. A big thank you goes out to them!” - Rebecca and Jordon 41 REAL WEDDINGS