The bride walked down the aisle, after her 3 bridesmaids, to ‘The Piano Guys’ version of ‘A Thousand Years’ by Christina Perri. The ceremony was simply wonderful and the wedding photographer, Tony Hart, captured some incredible images of the couple as they said their vows and exchanged rings.
After walking back down the aisle as husband and wife, the couple popped up to the bridal suite to toast their marriage and freshen up before heading out to the grounds of Cain Manor to have some extra special wedding photography taken. The woodland approach to Cain Manor made for some truly wonderful winter wedding photography.
Natalie from Dobbe’s Florist in Cranleigh helped arrange all of the wedding flowers for the big day. Emma carried a gorgeous bouquet, hand-tied, featuring Memory Lane roses, white wax flower, white lisianthus and cinera eucalyptus. Jars filled with flowers sat on the registrar table and the men all wore wintry button holes featuring a Memory Lane rose with wax flower and eucalyptus.
After celebrating with a glass (or two) of fizz, wedding guests were welcomed back in to The Music Room where they were greeted by beautiful tables decorated with jars wrapped in twine, filled with dusky pink flowers and foliage and sat on a rustic slice of log. Elegant votives filled with tea light candles added extra glam to the tables, which were all named after destinations that the couple had a travelled to over the years.