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by the sea. stella york for a pretty rustic wedding in cumbria – kerry & richard

September 13th, 2017 | Julia Braime

A Rustic Wedding in Cumbria (c) Joshua Wyborn (44)

The look of love is certainly present in today’s real wedding, particularly in the stunning shots of bride and groom, Kerry and Richard, wrapped in each other’s arms on the stunning Cumbrian coastline.

After a traditional church ceremony, the loved-up couple and their guests travelled to the Seacote Hotel in St Bees, located right by the beach, where the celebrations continued with live music, dancing and cupcakes.

As an individual touch to their big day, Kerry and Richard asked their guests to rock a headpiece or hat, so look out for some fabulous fascinators, magical millinery and top trilbies!

With images by Joshua Wyborn.

A Rustic Wedding in Cumbria (c) Joshua Wyborn (2)

kerry says: We got engaged in September 2016, while in Grasmere, and set the date for 3rd June 2017.

Our ceremony was at St John’s Church, Whitehaven, followed by a reception at Seacote Hotel in St Bees, Cumbria. We chose St John’s as it is our local church. St Bees is a favourite place for us both and it has a fantastic beach right on the door step!

A Rustic Wedding in Cumbria (c) Joshua Wyborn (31)

We had a rustic theme for the wedding and chose a pale pink colour scheme. We didn’t set a dress code but we did ask our guests to all wear a headpiece or hat, which added a quirky element.

A Rustic Wedding in Cumbria (c) Joshua Wyborn (51)

For my wedding attire, I chose a Stella York lace fitted dress (style 6247) in ivory, which I purchased from Songbird, in Keswick. I accessorised the dress with a headpiece by Rebecca Williams.

A Rustic Wedding in Cumbria (c) Joshua Wyborn (63)

On the morning of the wedding, my hair was styled by Bazaar Hair Company, and Escape Beauty took care of my makeup.

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