Katie and Myles’ garden tipi wedding with rustic decor, a horse riding bride, and a skiing inspired wedding cake
A beautiful garden tipi wedding to end the year with, complete with a bride who rode in on her horse. It was my childhood wedding dream, to ride to my wedding on a grey horse, so it seems fitting to finish the year like this.
This year has been a bit all over the place, mainly due to the arrival of my second daughter in the summer. Any mums running their own business will know the challenges a new baby brings. Next year our family has exciting, possibly life changing, plans, which I will share when the time is right. I am looking forward to what the new year will bring, both personally and for The Natural Wedding Company.
I hope you have had a wonderful Christmas and all our best wishes for next year. Snuggle up with a festive drink and some chocolate and enjoy this beautiful garden tipi wedding. Over to Katie to tell us all about their wedding…
A garden tipi wedding
A bridal horse in Indian finery and vintage farm props at our ‘on the farm’ photoshoot at Heaton House Farm
Today it’s the final two bridal looks from the photoshoot at Heaton House Farm, if you missed yesterday’s with the very cute calves you can view it here, and the introduction to the photoshoot. Despite the overcast weather on the day of shooting back in April, it provided a stunning backdrop when we headed out to shoot with Tootsie the horse beside the big oak tree.
Fairytale bride and horse by the old oak tree
Thankfully, our lovely model for the day Lizzie was a horse rider making for a much easier shoot, and Tootsie the horse was so well behaved. I’ve heard from Sarah Heath that Tootsie did her first Asian wedding at Heaton House Farm and was a star, in spite of the drums and dancing!
I’ve just come back from a weekend away celebrating Christmas with my in-laws before they fly off to Australia, so I’m still getting back into things. Whilst I get a bit more sorted for the week ahead I thought I would share this beautiful image – isn’t it stunning? There’s something a bit Wuthering Heights about it, or a scene from a fairytale.
It reminds me a childhood nursey rhyme…Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross to a see a fine lady upon a white horse, with rings on her fingers and bells on her toes, she shall have music wherever she goes. And for all of your who love a romantic fairytale wedding, do take a look at all the pictures from this English Countryside Wedding.
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