With a stunning ceremony room filled with 55 of their closest family, friends and perfectly placed gypsophila at each end of the aisle chairs, Naomi walked arm in arm with her father towards her soon-to-be hubby. Meanwhile the gospel choir performed ‘Angel of mine – Eternal’, as her entrance song of choice which helped create the most perfect atmosphere. Their 1:30pm ceremony lasted approximately half an hour and the couple were applauded as they were pronounced husband and wife.
After a joyful drinks reception, the newlywed couple re-entered The Music Room, this time decorated with woodland themed centrepieces of tree logs, covered in moss and small succulent plants all surrounding a central rustic wooden vase. They also added a lovely personal touch of funny Polaroid images on a tiny log for their guests name placeholders. For their wedding favours, Naomi and James decided to donate money to Cancer Research and presented each guest with a badge in loving memory of James’ father. Lastly, the stunning circular banqueting tables were given names of cities that Naomi and James had previously visited on their travels together.
Following their magnificent three course banquet, the couple sliced through a gorgeous, rustic-looking, three tired wedding cake consisting of chocolate and vanilla sponge. The wedding cake was beautifully designed and decorated with burlap and fresh gypsophila.
Naomi and James decided to start the evening’s entertainment with their guitarist (John James Newman) welcoming their guests and performing ‘Angel/Better Together – Jack Johnson’ for their first dance as a married couple. As the night went on, the two newlyweds, plus an additional 38 evening guests, danced the night away to a playlist of their favourite songs played by the Bijou DJ.