Lou and Dan arrived at Hornington Manor very chilled and ready to start the preparations for their wedding weekend. And boy, did they have a lot to prepare!
Gift hampers went into every guest room with essentials for the weekend accompanied with little unicorn iced biscuits as one of the many treats for the lucky friends and family that had been invited to share that special time together within the house.
Lou and Dan also had a dazzling Glitter Station for their guests to indulge in for the evening, and a hilarious Beer Pong tournament was also in order!
Alistair is a chef at the 3 Acres restaurant in Huddersfield, and actually met Jessica’s father, who is also a chef, before he met his beautiful bride. Love blossomed when Jessica got a part time job at the same restaurant as a waitress. After 10 years together Alistair proposed in Bruges.
Following 2 years planning with attention to every detail they arrived at Hornington Manor with family and friends to start dressing the barn.
Hannah and Mark were blessed with the most glorious sunshine on their big day, in true Hornington style. They enjoyed a lovely ceremony under the Lytch gate and Hannah looked every bit the beautiful bride as she walked down the aisle with her father. Wearing a stunning A line gown with gypsophelia bouquet from the fantastic Wild Floral Couture, she looked radiant. Simply Party Balloons had created two white heart balloon trees for either side of the Lytch gate which framed the ceremony perfectly.
Phil and Christine are the most amazing couple. They were so laid back (despite last minute suit dramas!) and couldn’t wait to become Mr and Mrs. They had hoped for beautiful weather for a front lawn ceremony and, in pure Hornington Manor style, the sun came out just for the occasion. The fantasy trees were the focal point for the civil ceremony, created by the florist at Blooming Fantastic. They framed the bride and groom, standing proud at the end of the aisle and were then brought into the wedding barn for the rest of the celebrations.