Jennifer Faithfull, 32, married Robin Davies, 33, at the Clophill Centre on 6th August, 2016.
Here Jennifer tell us more about their big day...
My friends, Vanessa, Libby, Narinder, Alice and Amanda wore a stunning floral dress, which they chose in just one day's shopping.
I went dress shopping for a day to get an idea of the features I liked and then wore my late mother's dress from the '70s and had it altered. It felt perfect to be wearing my mum's dress.
I don't usually wear much make-up so I opted for a natural look but still felt glam. My hair was loosely curled and I wore a natural flower vine that my maid-of-honour made.
Robin, best man Garth and friends Parm, Ben, Tom and Ian all wore waistcoats and floral bow ties. He's not a big shopper so rushed round a few stores at the last minute.
Our bouquets were made up of giant poppy heads, gypsophila and coral berries. They looked really rustic, which suited our theme and I loved the colours.
Planning our day was most enjoyable, we had so many creative ideas and it was really exciting seeing it all come together.
My friend's daughter Ava and niece Esther were our flowergirls and our nephew David was pageboy. He helped hand out the programmes (festival lanyards) and gave us our rings, which was lovely.
Our venue was beautiful. It had sweeping views with wooded areas that were perfect for the silent disco, a walkway to a clearing for a blessing and big open space for the main marquees.
My best friend Alice made our naked cake. It looked incredible and the lemon, red velvet and chocolate tiers were delicious.
There was plenty of space for camping, which was a must. The owner of the venue Richard was very helpful. He ordered in the hay bales and helped accommodate our suppliers.
We had lots of marquees. In the dance tent we hung origami birds from the ceiling.
We had flower stems in glass jars and painted tin cans dotted along the walkway to the ceremony in the woods.
A sunflower archway framed the alter perfectly.
For our centrepieces we stood rounds of wood on artificial grass with spray painted golden pineapples and jam jars filled with blooms. We also had coral runners and our tables were named after narrow boats.
We dressed giant circular hay bales as a bride and groom that stood proudly outside the venue.
My uncle wrote an incredible extended ballad for our blessing and Robin's parents walked me up the aisle with a melodeon and percussion, it was really special.
To go with our afternoon tea, we gave guests homemade jam for their favours.
For our table plan we used chalk boards in varying sized frames and attached them to a wooden pallet stood on hay bales – it looked great!
We created a wooden bar which looked great and really suited the theme of the day.
We had a bell tent for the kids full of garden games.
A band played a mix of songs into the evening and we all had so much fun getting dressed up and dancing the night away to our silent disco in the woods.
Guests posed for fun pics around large wooden LOVE letters.
Urban Pantry Boutique Caterer
Ceremony and reception venue
The Clophill Centre
The Event Flag Hire Company
Groom's bow tie
Marquees with Pryde
Sharon Cooper Photography
Silent Disco Direct