A Festival Inspired Wedding at Higher Hacknell Farm

“The photos are absolutely stunning! We are both so happy. It’s so nice to relive the whole day. You really managed to capture everything! Thank you so much.”

Oh my goodness this wedding is all kinds of lush and so up my street it could be right next door. It wasn’t. The location was actually the village of Umberleigh where this festival inspired wedding at Higher Hacknell took place. The farm is an organic farm with grassland, woodland, an apple orchard and lakes. It was also the family home of Rosy, where she grew up. And probably the reason she decided to become a vet, which is how she met George, who is also a vet.

Together, with their dog Tarka, they make the perfect pair, both animals lovers who adore the outdoors and the countryside. So when it came to their wedding it seemed a no-brainer to have their wedding at Rosy’s parents’ farm, set in the stunning Devonshire countryside between Exmoor and Dartmoor. There they could enjoy the picturesque setting, with a rustic barn upcycled into a beautiful reception venue, adorned with gorgeous styling and an abundance of beautiful fragrant flowers. With a marquee set up in the field ready for the evening dancing, and a little area set aside for glamping in bell tents it was the amazing wedding.  And with scorching sun shining down all day, the sounds of love and laughter  littered the the air throughout the day at the most marvellous festival Wedding ever.

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SUPPLIERS Dress: Carina Baverstock Couture // Suits: Jonathan Hawkes // Florist: Meadow Sweet Floristry // Cake: Cakeadoodledoo // Hair: Laura Bukin // Make-up: Isabella Grace Make-up artistry // Catering: Dartmoor Kitchen // Band: Gentlemen of The Road // Transport: Jonathan Waterer Heavy Horses // Venue: Higher Hacknell Farm

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