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See how other couples celebrated their big day with wedding stories and ideas from County Wedding Magazines' Real Weddings features.
Lindsay and Lee made sure their children were involved when it came to their big day
Sara and Mike created their big day in an avant-garde style with tones of red, black and gold
Country music lovers Tara and Mat Cooper celebrated their big day in true Nashville style
An intimate affair: Caitlin and Tim enjoyed a family weekend away in Dorset for their chilled wedding
King's Croft Hotel was the perfect backdrop for childhood sweethearts Laura and Jason's big day
Kimberley and Nathan started married life as they mean to go on, with a wonderful day at the Crowne Plaza in Marlow
Come fly with me: Natasha and Jon's big-day adventure started at Woburn Abbey. Natasha and Jon were both studying at university when a mutual friend hosted a Halloween birthday party. "I went dressed as Princess Jasmine and Jon was dressed as a wolf," says Natasha. It was towards the end of the night that they got talking. "It was snowing and there were no taxis. We decided to walk and Jon gave me a piggyback. It was a wonderful way to get to know each other," she says. The following week they went for their first date and the rest is history.
Two hearts: A celebration of love at Jordan and Amie's rustic and dusky pink themed wedding. Jordan and Amie had known of each other since school but only started talking after they left. Amie says, "We instantly clicked and could see a future together." At this point, the couple learnt new and exciting things about one another and their love grew stronger as time went on. For Amie's 21st birthday, Jordan popped that important question at the Eiffel Tower's restaurant, what's more romantic than the city of love?
Love all around: Emma and Aidan enjoyed a traditional wedding with a hint of steampunk. Emma and Aidan's love story first started through Facebook as they were part of the same group. Emma says, "I had a few wines with my mum one Friday night who had been nagging me about my taste in men. I then saw Aidan's face on the group chat and clicked on it. I looked to see if he was local and single, and as he was and I added him. A week later we had our first date and what can I say, the rest is history!"
Libby and Jack's celebrations at Barcombe Village Hall were eco-friendly with a nature-inspired theme. Libby and Jack met while working at a pub in Brighton. Libby was a student at the time and Jack was taking a couple of years out before starting university. They had a lot of fun together at work and romance eventually blossomed as they got to know each other on the walks home after shifts.
Holly and Josh injected a healthy dose of Christmas cheer into their nuptials on 22nd December, 2018. Having met through mutual friends as teenagers, Holly and Josh were together 10 years before becoming engaged. The couple were living on the West Coast of Australia at the time, when they decided to take a month-long road trip over to the East Coast. Holly remembers, "On our second to last day, we were driving to Cairns and Josh pulled over so we could have one last walk on the beach. There wasn't another soul in sight and that's when he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him!" Although her family in the UK had known of the proposal plan for three months, it came as a complete surprise to Holly.
Charlotte and James enjoyed their special day at Manor by the lake in Cheltenham with a seasonal burgundy and white theme
All in the detail: Lucy and Mark's decorative day followed a pink, pale green and white colour scheme with creative DIY touches. Lucy and Mark met through mutual friends. "We had known of one another for years and one day, our paths crossed on a boat trip up the River Severn," Lucy tells us. "We had so much fun that day so Mark asked me out on a date. We enjoyed a meal in a local pub and it became apparent that we had similar interests and were perfect for each other. I also thought he was handsome and charming yet clever and funny." Mark tells us that he felt an attraction to Lucy as soon as he saw her on the boat. "She was beautiful, funny, witty and intelligent – everything I wanted."
The Priory Barn set the scene for Ellen and Harry's festive nuptials. Ellen and Harry are true childhood sweethearts. They met through a mutual friend at the tender age of 13 and started dating. Sadly Ellen was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at 14 so they broke up so she could focus on getting better. They remained friends throughout and at 17 they got back together. "We started off with a classic cinema date, were an item through university and have been together ever since," says Ellen.
Nancy and Daniel said "I do" at Nettlestead Place on 1st June, 2019
Rebecca and Alexander said "I do" at All Saints Church in Hollingbourne, followed by celebrations at Oad Street Food and Crafts
Taylor and Tom wed on 29th December, 2018, and styled their venue with natural, earthy touches
Samantha and Scott tied the knot with a rustic celebration at The Dream Centre followed by a reception at Hyde Bank Farm
The change in the weather didn't dampen Simi and Duncan's mood for their big day at The Elephant Hotel, Pangbourne