I’m so delighted to be able to introduce this beautiful micro wedding. Situated on the Cornish coast on the outskirts of Polzeath, not far from Rock and Pastowe, its the perfect setting for an intimate wedding with your close family and friends.
A Suzanne Neville Dress & Glitter Shoes
The Bride wore a beautiful dress by Suzanne Neville. It was an off-shoulder column dress with a train and button-down detailing on the back. To accompany the elegant dress she wore silver glitter shoes from Sergio Rossi. Three Acre Blooms created a beautiful peach and white bouquet of seasonal flowers to accompany the look. Not forgetting the Groom who looked dashing in a suit by Charles Tyrll.
A Church Once Buried By sand
The small and intimate micro wedding took place at St Enedoc Church, Trebetherick. The Church dates back to before 1822, when a severe gale shifted sand to reveal the Church buried in the dunes. It was then excavated to reveal the beautiful Church with the crooked spire that stands today.
Whilst the Groom and guests walked over the sand dunes and golf course. The Bride and the bridal party arrived by golf carts.
An Intimate And Personal Micro Wedding
After the small and intimate micro wedding in the church, the bridal party and guests headed back across the dunes and golf course. Everyone delighted for the happy couple. Chatting, laughing and enjoying the September sunshine.
A Bit of Beach Life
On the way to the small reception at The Point Restaurant, the couple stopped at nearby Daymer Bay for some portraits. A beautiful sandy beach bordered by dunes and sandhills. A little bit off the beaten track, it was the perfect spot. Undisturbed except for a few well-wishing surfers.
Intimate And Low Key Festivities
The reception took place at The Point Restaurant. Where there were speeches first. Oona’s Cakes made the buttercream cake with silver foil and seasonal fruit and floral decorations. The reception ended with a sumptuous feast courtesy of Fee Turner Catering.