Well it may have been St George's Day, but this wedding brought together the Scots and the Welsh. Emily's Scottish and Sarah's Welsh roots were cleverly celebrated with little touches throughout the day; a tasteful intertwining of two .
The setting for this beautiful day was none other than the stunning Caer Llan, perched on the hill overlooking the fabulous rolling hills of Monmouthshire. Not only does its location take your breath away, but Jake and Vicky make sure that couples are looked after in every way; a very special experience.
Jessica (a part of the Jess Mac Creative Team) styled the hair of all the bridesmaids and Sarah, whilst Emily tamed her own locks. The ladies wanted fresh, natural looking make-up and Jess did a wonderful job.
The ladies both chose fitted wedding dresses. Emily's had lace aplique, a train and a very clever heart design on the shoulders, whilst Sarah's had a fitted rouched top and was set off beautifully with beads. We knew that they were going to be completely wowed when they saw each other...
...but we tested this theory out on Emily's father first!
At last it was time to gather people before the ceremony; Emily and her bridesmaids and siblings...
...and Sarah with hers.
Sarah entered the room first, followed by Emily. The look says it all. :-)
At last it was time for our gorgeous brides to make their vows to each other and get married...
And so after the formalities (framed by the most amazing views), the ladies could walk into the Welsh sunshine together as one to their favourite Take That song.
The cake was made by Emily's sister and decorated to reflect this Scottish-Welsh union.
We managed to sneak our newlyweds into the gardens for a little while.
On a day like this, even the camera shyness disappeared... (!) They looked simply radiant as the love shone through.
It seems fitting that their rings be placed in the eternity symbol. We wish them eternal love and happiness.
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