Faye & Iain

Private Marquee, Lancashire

Planning a wedding is always tricky for any busy professional, but even more so when you live two hundred miles from where the wedding will be taking place! That was the case for Faye and Iain.

Reception flowers, pink and ivory

Black and white image of bride Faye and Groom Iain at the altar on their wedding day

They were to get married in the private chapel at the school she had attended, followed by a beautiful marquee reception in her parents’ stunning garden.

Marquee interior of Faye and Iain's reception

Wedding breakfast menu ivory and black with a sprig of rosemary

They had already started working with some suppliers when I came on board, but I knew them all already, so it was a case of me stepping in to bring all the elements together and help find the remaining ones they needed. Another key challenge was to work out all the logistics for the day to ensure it ran smoothly throughout.

Food was a massive part of this day and the caterers pulled out all the stops to create spectacular food stations and a beautiful menu that wouldn’t have looked out of place in a Michelin starred restaurant.

Bride Faye and groom Iain touching noses for a photo

Black and white image of the bride and groom

Guests loved it! I had the pleasure of staying until the very end of the evening (morning!) to make sure everyone was safely onto the buses.

Evening wedding reception with dangling tree lights

Evening wedding entertainment with live band and singers

Evening wedding guests dancing with strobe lighting

What a day the 1st of August was and what an amazing job you did. I don’t know how we would have done it without you, Andrea, especially the final task of getting everyone on the buses. My mum was so grateful. From the first meeting with you, you guided me so much through the process of planning the day, right the way until I got in the car at 2.00am. What an incredible day and what an enjoyable experience you made all the planning. Thank you again Andrea.

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