Kelly and Adam were married on a frosty December morning at the Tithe Barn in Hampshire. With its exposed white brick walls, wood beams, and grand arching ceilings, they could not have picked a better venue for their their vintage winter theme wedding ceremony and reception. Birch branches and lush greenery are paired with white flowers and candlelight for a romantic wonderland feel.
The bride and groom opted for a traditional French wedding cake; a croquembouche. A croquembouche is a dessert made up of pastry balls piled into a cone and bound together with threads of caramel.
Mary has been with My Wedding Reception Ideas since 2011, and has enjoyed helping many brides find wedding inspiration throughout her time with the company. As a product photographer and lover of all things wedding, sharing the beauty of real weddings and tips and ideas with soon-to-be brides is a true joy.
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How To Style Your Dream Wedding Like a Pro
The most important thing on your wedding day is that you are marrying your best friend. And the second most important? Some bloggers and wedding experts will insist that it is the people you will have with you, …