I had the pleasure of spending my Saturday with the gorgeous Georgie and Sam. Clearly not scared of a challenge, this life affirming couple planned a rustic DIY wedding on Georgie’s brothers farm, surrounded by fields, cows and tranquility. A quick check of the weather forecast didn’t make for pleasant reading, so armed with a can-do attitude and a brolly in the boot, I set off to Cowbridge for bridal prep. After a memorable morning filled with smiles, laughter and nervous excitement we made our way to St Tydfil’s Church near Llantwit Major. Rocking up in a classic VW camper van, the clear skies finally gave way to one of the day’s many down pours. Was this going to dampen spirits? Hell no! It was going to take more than that to wipe the smile of Georgie’s face. The ceremony was packed with emotion, much of which being provided by the brilliantly charming vicar, some lovely readings and a beautiful vocal performance that bought the church to tears! The reception venue that awaited Sam and Georgie’s guests certainly had the wow factor. A pathway lined by lights and sunflowers led the way into a stunning marquee filled with handmade decor and details. Everything about the set up lent itself to a wonderfully relaxed and super fun atmosphere as friends and family came together to party and celebrate this most warm and friendly of couples. It’s not just in the photos where the love Georgie and Sam have for each other shines through. With the night encroaching, a jazz band in full swing and the dance floor shaking, this was definitely one wedding I was sorry to leave! Wishing you a life time of happiness guys, you should be so proud of the day you pulled off!
p.s. I should really share how Sam proposed to Georgie… well, just look for yourselves! http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/ironman-proposal-triathlete-sam-davis-and-georgie-anderson_uk_57e2a070e4b004d4d8619c7a