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Jen and Chris’ pretty village fete wedding – happy anniversary guys!

Charlie

Boho country bride

This time last year my sweet friend Jen was getting married to her Mr, Chris, as it happens in the lovely village church that we both go to sometimes.  It’s in a gorgeous little village called Dunham Massey in the countryside south of Manchester.  Most of the cottages are owned by the National Trust so it still has this old fashioned feel to it, and the vicar is just the best ever.

Homemade wedding cake with rose petals

Soft pink jasmine flower crown

Village fete wedding marquee

I was lucky enough to meet Jen a couple of days after her wedding for my TNWC 5th Birthday Party and we had previously met up for a cup of tea when Jen emailed me and we suddenly realised for a few months we’d been sat in church together whilst she was busy reading my blog – she created some beautiful paper details for her wedding based on our own wedding stationery.

Ice cream wedding van

Vintage cake plate with napkin

VW wedding campervan

As Jen and Chris celebrate their first wedding anniversary together (congratulations guys!) I couldn’t think of a nicer thing than to share some photos of their beautiful wedding.

It was such a pretty day with a village fete feel and features a number of wonderful TNWC businesses, including a marquee from Posh Frocks & Wellies, flowers from Fletcher & Foley, afternoon tea catered by And The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon, vintage crockery hired from For The Love Of Vintage, a garter from Silver Sixpence in Her Shoe, and confetti from The Natural Confetti Company.

Wedding fish and chips

Country bride and groom

Dusky rose pink bridesmaids dresses

Happy Anniversary Jen and Chris!

Timeless country wedding

You can view all the photos and details from Jen and Chris’ Village Themed Wedding over on the fab Love My Dress.

Images: Emma Case Photography via Love My Dress

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