January 26th, 2017 | Alexis Forsyth
The glorious Peak District provides the backdrop to today’s exquisite wedding.
Tying the knot in a beautiful Victorian pavilion at the stunning Cubley Hall, Nancy and Liam followed this up with a reception in the venue’s charming barn, adorned with twinkling lights, daisies and a nod or three to their love for maps and travelling.
Nancy shares all the wonderful details here from their special day…
With images by James Shaw Photography
nancy says: We got engaged on 3 August 2014 in the Peak District. We went for a long walk and a picnic. Liam said he would take a photo of us looking out over the view and sat behind me. He then commented “that’s a good picture” – but the photo was of him, with ‘will you marry me’ on the back of his t-shirt! He then got down on one knee. It was all very romantic and I have that picture to keep forever now!
We got married on 29 May 2016 at Cubley Hall in Penistone as we wanted a date during the school holidays. I loved the venue – it boasts a stunning countryside location with a beautiful barn, and is well priced too.
Our wedding had a map print and swallow bird theme. I love maps, travelling and swallow birds so it was the perfect combination.
We chose a pastel green colour scheme. This is my favourite colour and it has a lovely springtime, vintage feel and worked beautifully with the venue’s rustic backdrop.
I bought my wedding dress from Lulu Mae Bridalwear – an elegant white gown with intricate lace detailing. The groomsmen’s grey suits were purchased from Next and the bridesmaids’ dresses were also from the high street, from Oasis.
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