Faye Jackson, 38, married James Norgate, 31, at Pirton Church, followed by a reception at Lodge Farm on 31st August, 2018.
I was never a girl that dreamed about the dress for her big day so I had no idea what I wanted. I loved the sweetheart neckline, fitted body and the subtle sparkle.
I'm not a big make-up wearer so I wanted to look like me but flawless. The first thing James said to me in the car after the ceremony was how beautiful and natural I looked.
For my bouquet I opted for a wild look that contained a mixture of cream and pastel pink flowers.
We chose Pirton Church as it was where James was christened. We had a saxophonist playing as the bridal party entered the church.
I knew I wanted tall table arrangements to suit the height of the marquee. We stood flowers in tall martini glasses on mirror plates for our centrepieces.
We knew we wanted a table plan with horseshoes on it. My brother's a local farrier so he made them and we were blown away when we saw it for the first time.
Our semi-naked cake suited the rustic look of our day and the lemon and elderflower, orange and poppy seed, carrot cake and chocolate tiers tasted amazing.
I travelled to the church with my dad and James travelled in a friend's Morgan. As we pulled into Pirton Village the song that I was just about to walk down the aisle to came on the radio – spooky!
We used Disco Nyts for our evening disco with a white starlit dancefloor and uplighting. The first dance was magical – we had dry ice and a confetti cannon.
During the evening James and I sat on the hill looking down at the marquee full of our friends and family having a brilliant time. We both felt so blessed that we'd done it.
Bridal party accommodation
Hair By Amy Tidey
Charlotte Kavanagh MUA
Tel: 07521 616 828
The Wedding Gallery
St Mary's Church
Groom's and groomsmens' outfits
Alula Wedding Cars
Fleur De Lace