A Countryside Wedding to Remember in Cambridgeshire

When it comes to weddings, there’s something undeniably charming about a countryside wedding.

Nestled in the heart of Cambridgeshire, a dreamy countryside wedding unfolded. The field was prepared for guests with bales of hay for guests to perch on during the ceremony. Hay bales set out for a countryside wedding

A beautiful marquee was set up ready for the wedding breakfast, speeches and of course dancing later in the evening. 

Wedding preparations

In keeping with the simplicity of this beautiful wedding, Harriet, the bride, got ready with her bridesmaids at her childhood home just a short walk away from where the ceremony and reception would be held.

Surrounded by her four bridesmaids, her loyal fur baby and her parents there was a relaxed atmosphere whilst mascara was being applied and hair was being curled.


The wedding ceremony

A bride and groom walking amongst confetti

Surrounded by nature’s beauty, friends, and family, the couple exchanged their vows in a ceremony that felt intimate and full of warmth. As laughter and tears flowed freely, it was evident that this wedding was not just a celebration of love but a celebration of friendship and family. Of course, the values of family extended to the bride and groom’s fur baby, who spent the whole day enjoying the countryside.

The catering

Adding a touch of whimsy to the proceedings was a vintage bus bar that doubled as a charming drink station. With its vibrant colours and retro design, the bus bar provided an Instagram-worthy backdrop for countless photos. Whether it was signature cocktails or classic refreshments, the bus bar added an element of fun and nostalgia.A vegan catering van

One of the highlights of this countryside wedding was the catering, which took a modern twist with a focus on vegan street food. From mouthwatering vegan street food to creatively crafted plant-based tacos, the wedding guests were treated to a feast that not only delighted their taste buds but also showcased the possibilities of sustainable and compassionate dining. 

The party

Once speeches were over and the cake was cut it was time for the party to begin. Harriet and Mark had organised a Photobooth to keep guests entertained along with a cèilidh – a traditional Gaelic party complete with a band to teach guests the dance moves to go along with the songs. I’ve never seen so many guests excited to get involved with dancing!

A little later there was a DJ for those who still had the energy to dance into the late hours.

This wedding showcased how a couple’s unique vision, combined with the natural beauty of the countryside, can result in an unforgettable celebration that touches the heart and leaves a lasting impression on all who attended this special day.

A bride and groom posing for photos in a field of cow parsley


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