Katy Hill, 27, married Art Luetkemeier, 34, at Swancar Farm Country House, on 25th May, 2019.
Art and the groomsmen wore navy suits with a paisley tie. Art wore a navy waistcoat and the others wore a double-breasted light grey waistcoat, which lightened the suit up nicely.
My nana picked my dress off the rail at the boutique, which made it even more special for me. It was a lace fishtail design and I added small sleeves for an off-the-shoulder look.
I accessorised with a short veil. I originally had a floor length one but it took away from the sparkle on my dress, which I knew the venue's lighting would accentuate.
I wanted the bridesmaids to feel themselves, attractive and comfortable. Their dresses dropped perfectly and clung to all the right places. They looked beautiful.
Swancar Farm was absolutely breathtaking and had just the feel that we were looking for. The team was fantastic and our wedding planner was so helpful.
I was always keen to find a country-style venue and the grounds made for some stunning photos. The views are amazing and our photographer captured these perfectly.
I love candles and fairylights and Swancar isn't short on either. The exposed brickwork, lighting in the walls and traditional candelabra created the lighting effect that I wanted.
For my bouquet I opted for blush pink and white flowers mixed in with some foliage. It looked gorgeous and really suited the style of the day.
Each place setting had a simple white napkin with a eucalyptus sprig.
Princess Occasion's dressed our venue and Charlotte had just the style that we were looking for. The top table was dressed with foliage and twinkling candles.
I love the colour of eucalyptus and it went so well with the rustic beams. We had it twined around the candelabra along with a sprinkling of blush pink roses.
For our table plan, guests' names were placed in various frames and displayed on a rustic door, which I loved.
Our table names were displayed on framed glass containing pressed foliage. They looked really effective.
The fireplace in the Oak Hall was filled with candles that really created a romantic atmosphere.
The Buskerteers entertained guests on arrival in the courtyard and also later in the day. They are the perfect style for us; old school songs with an acoustic feel.
For our cards we had an old suitcase and vintage post box.
Our cheese tower was one of my favourite parts of the décor! It stood on a tree stump stand with our initial scarved into it. Each tier was decorated differently and one included edible rose petals.
For our first dance, we chose Oasis Wonderwall. It was the first song that we ever danced to and has been so special to us ever since.