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sweetie pie. elegant muted tones for a rustic wedding in the north west – hannah & fred

December 1st, 2015 | Julia Braime

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Today’s wedding starts with a simple yet super sweet proposal that gave the bride and groom the theme for their wedding day.

Hannah and Fred then added rustic wedding touches in their décor and styling choices with the help of their wedding planner, in order to create the desired look for their romantic country celebration.

We particularly love the Hannah’s wedding gown with a cute off-the-shoulder lace jacket and also her bridesmaids’ pretty choices of dresses, which fitted the “short and champagne” brief perfectly!

With images by Crieff Photography.

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Hannah says: We got engaged at our first home together on the 1st August 2014. It was ‘date night’ and Fred was cooking dinner for us at home. He was cooking his speciality, pie! When he carried it out to the table it was covered, he then got down on one knee and asked if I would do him the honour of cutting the pie! Slightly confused, I took the cover off the pie where ‘Marry Me!’ in pastry was revealed.

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We set the date for 26th September 2015. We wanted to get married in Cumbria and September is always a beautiful month in that part of the UK! We also needed to give our Australian family and friends enough notice to plan their trip.

Our ceremony was at Wetheral Church in Cumbria. Wetheral is where Fred grew up and his two sisters also got married at this church too. We then had our reception at Monkhouse Hill Cottages where we had tipis from Special Event Tipis.

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