Tipi’s, sheep fields & farms!

Last Saturday saw myself and my team at Forty Hill Farm in Enfield for Katharine & Matt’s wedding. And Ian and his team at church Farm in Ardeley for Anthony & Carly’s reception. Both were in Tipis erected in sheep fields! What fun, with rustic style BBQ menus and guests complete with Wellies and tents, both were memorable occasions!

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Katherine & Matt’s setting was next to woods where Katharine played as a child, we set up arrival drinks in the exact woods, with a band playing, bunting and balloons filling the trees, we received the guests with Prosecco & canapes, it was an awesome setting!

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Moving the guests through the woods over a style and into the field took some doing but we eventually got the seated for dinner. With a delicious BBQ served to the tables, fantastic speeches and a great band, the sheep field rocked its way well into the night! Great day had by all!

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Over at Church a Farm with Ian, Carly arrived in a classic VW camper van, Anthony stood under an amazing dressed gazebo waiting for her along with their super cute dog, Molly, who was suitably dresses for the day with a stunning matching collar decoration!
They had their blessing ceremony in the field with a stunning back drop of rolling Bedfordshire countryside, witnessed by their guests sat on hay bails.

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Rum punch and KF canapés were served before inviting guests into the tipis for the wedding breakfast. Again a delicious BBQ, perfectly cooked by Dave and Stuart followed by a trio of desserts.
The bride and groom cut their cake with a chain saw to start with, and then moved to a traditional knife for some more photos. Great fun!

Even the sheep seemed to enjoy it!

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