Katie and James, both doctors living in the lovely Tadcaster, arrived on the Friday, armed with family, friends, and miles and miles of homemade bunting! Katie’s mum had lovingly made the most beautiful hessian and white lace bunting and it was the first thing to go up in the barn! Their fabulous florist Wild Floral Couture dressed the tables with jam jars full of flowers and the Lych gate looked stunning with accents of purple.
The lovely Marcos and Emma, and their fabulous Ava, had been planning their special day with us at Hornington for months and months, and we were so excited when they moved in for their weekend of celebrations. Their dream wedding barn vision came true with the help of the wonderful Wedding Venue Lighting Company who supplied a curtain of twinkling fairy lights to frame the dancefloor and strings of blub lights across the whole barn. The space was totally transformed and the barn looked fantastic.
Rebecca and Matty were the most fantastic couple and we were all so looking forward to their big wedding celebration arriving at Hornington Manor! The couple arrived with their nearest and dearest to set up and dress the wedding barn beautifully on the Friday morning and so shortly after lunch it was complete.
With the help of their venue stylist My Something Borrowed, who provided all of the exquisite props and decorations, it was all hands-on-deck, resulting in one of the quickest and least stressful set ups we’ve seen at Hornington Manor so far!
We have over sixty species of wild birds here at Hornington Manor, with eleven of them being on the threatened species list, and it is safe to say they were all in full song to wake Emma and Lee’s wedding guests!
The rain had not stopped all week until thankfully the Saturday morning, which was perfect timing as the preparations had well and truly begun. Everyone was busy getting ready, and ensuring everyone was perfect before they made their way to the church for the wonderful wedding ceremony.