Bekki Griffiths, 28, married Andy Osborne, 28, on 29th April, 2017 at Rockbeare Manor in Exeter, Devon.
Here, Bekki tells us more about their stylish big day...
Sunflowers are my favourite flower so they helped determine our colour palette for the day mixed with metallic gold and silver.
Our table plan was a map of the world with the tables named after some of the countries that we've been lucky enough to explore together.
Instead of a guest book we opted for messages in a bottle from our loved ones that we're going to keep for our first anniversary.
Instead of the traditional order of service, my bridesmaids made maps of the manor detailing each room and where and when everything was taking place on the day.
We sampled so many cake flavours to pick the right one but they all tasted so good! We decided on a four-tier sponge cake with each layer being a different flavour.
Instead of serving champagne for the toasts, Andy decided on following Navy tradition by serving port, each wrapped with a label telling our guests about the traditions including banging on the table instead of applauding which is really encouraged!
We chose a light blue Cadillac to take my dad and I from my house to our venue because Andy and myself had travelled in one on a recent holiday in Havana. Our neighbours all came out to watch!
I chose a Lusan Mandongus dress after trying on over 50 styles!
I kept my accessories simple and opted for some drop earrings that were a Christmas present from Andy's parents, a cathedral-length veil and a hair vine.
Andy wore his Naval Officer's uniform
The Secret Dress House
Cherry Blossom Cakes
Weddings at Poppys of Exeter
Own military uniform
Giselle at The Event Studios
Ivy & Pearl
AJ Rogers Jewellers, Waterloo
Alfie The Black Cab Photo Booth
Jennifer Jane Photography
American Dream Wedding Cars
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