By Louise Baltruschat Hollis
Photos by Jenny Rose Photography
Their day was so effortlessly beautiful with the most stylish black tie outfits. They also had a modern feel with gorgeous pampas grass flowers and boho-style wedding decorations. Their custom-made swing seat is so adorable and I adore the DIY signage. You will love all the thoughtful touches and timeless style throughout.
Thanks so much to Jenny Rose Photography for sharing these amazing images with us.
4th June 2021
Earthy, Boho, Relaxed, Neutral
Coton House Farm – Whittington
Bride – Enzoani dress. This was probably the 3rd or 4th dress I tried on at my first ever dress shopping experience and decided to just go with it.
I knew I wanted something fairly simple as that matched the vision of our wedding and the venue. The dress I chose has a simple silhouette but had a lot of beautiful detailing.
I originally had another veil but decided to go with another style about 2 months before the wedding. I had my veil handmade by the seamstress (Lisa at Radiance Couture) that altered my dress. I explained my vision and she made it come to life.
Groom – traditional tux. We added the cummerbund as that was inspired by the Beckham-Peltz wedding. We originally wanted tweed suits in a natural colour but decided to go with a tux as we felt it was more timeless.
Intimate ceremony that took place at the wedding venue itself.
Piano version of Taylor Swift – Wildest Dreams played by the band for walking down the aisle.
Jenny Rose Photography
Forget Me Not Wedding Film
We did most of the décor and styling ourselves with huge help from Mother of the Bride. We handmade/DIY’d our wedding invitations, food menus, candle wraps, soap wraps and favours. All pallets and all signs including the welcome sign were handmade at home – a lot of painting and sanding. This took weeks of evenings and weekend work between the bride and her mom.
The mother of the bride (Liz) made the 3-tier wedding cake. Each tier was a different flavour – carrot cake, chocolate and traditional fruit cake.
Bride’s stepfather made the swing and had it engraved with Kiera and Joey on the seat. This is something we will keep and have in our garden in the future.
Flowers – Lily at Flower Design Lichfield. After meeting with her once she knew exactly what the vision was and put it all together on the morning of the wedding.
14 nights in Mexico (Maroma beach) – left 2 days after the wedding.
Try not to sweat the small stuff! If we could do the day again, we would enjoy every moment as it goes by so fast and worrying about whether things are running smoothly is not worth it.
Oh so beautiful.
Kiera and Joey, thank you both so much for sharing your elegant farm wedding story with us.
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Credit where credit is due
Photography Jenny Rose Photography
Filmmaker Forget Me Not Film
Venue Coton House Farm
Florist Flower Design Of Lichfield
Bridesmaids & Flower Girl Dresses Kiss xx Bridal Lichfield
Entertainment Jake and Ian Band
Hair Hair by Ellis
Makeup Minnie Bella Make Up
Transport His and Hers Wedding Cars
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