Laura and Rob got married at the Sidmouth Harbour Hotel on the day that Storm Brian blew into town. It was a most peculiar day flipping from rain to sunshine and back again in a heartbeat, all packaged up with some rather breezy wind that did nothing for anyone’s hairstyles!
Laura spent the morning getting ready with her Bridesmaids, and was one of the calmest Brides I’ve ever come across. Just before she was due to leave Rob surprised her with a gift delivered to the door, a beautiful rose and note. If Laura wasn’t excited before she was most definitely now. And then it was off to the Lympstone Parish Church, where Laura and Rob had chosen to have a tradition ceremony. Rob had grown up in the village, and they both loved the tradition. It is also a small and intimate church which was perfect for the type of wedding that they both wanted.
After a blustery walk up the Church path Laura arrived looking stunning in her slim fit dress from Prudence Gowns, with her blush pink bouquet by Dilly’s Florist. She was walked down the aisle by her Dad Phillip to say ‘I do’ with Rob, who was looking far more dapper than the Clown Suit he was wearing when they first met 6 years previously at the Q Club in Exmouth. After a wonderful ceremony It was off to the Sidmouth Harbour Hotel in a vintage car by Squires Wedding Cars, where as the couple headed off up the road the lid on the basket at the back flipped open and two balloons floated off out, as the couple disappeared in the car.
The rest of the day was spent amid the jubilant atmosphere of their family and friends having wonder food, listening to humorous speeches and throwing some lively shapes on the dance floor. And although Storm Brian was doing his best to put a dampener on the day, he didn’t get a look in here!
If you’re planning a wedding at the Sidmouth Harbour Hotel or a coastal resort like it then get in touch, we should chat.