Kate’s bouquet matched the archway at their reception and it was a pretty combination of carnations and roses in shades of white, cream and purple.
The colour scheme was mostly white laced with hints of lilac throughout for a chic look, as Kate and Adam didn’t want anything too fussy.
The whole atmosphere had a lovely, laid back feel to match with the idyllic seaside location!
The centrepieces were beach themed with pearls, seashells and gems scattered around signs saying ‘Love’.
For the favours, the children were treated to an array of treats and toys and guests were allowed to take home the ‘love’ table signs.
Kate and Adam’s wedding was scattered with little personal touches that really made the wedding feel unique to them.
The stationery was made up of boarding passes slipped into heart shaped cards to represent their travels together.