Beth and Simon sent boarding pass wallet style invitations to their 28 wedding guests, as this would fit in perfectly with their destination wedding in the UK. As the invite makes the first impression on a guest, Beth knew that she wanted them to be perfect, and was therefore happy to spend the money to get them just right.
The couple decided to send their invites exceptionally early, in order to give their guests enough time to book flights and hotels.
Having been back to the UK several times on holiday to visit family, Beth and Simon knew that they wanted to get married by the sea in Dorset. The Christchurch Harbour Hotel was the perfect venue for them and they booked it without having physically seen it in person.
The couple celebrated a civil ceremony at 2pm on Wednesday, March 27th and the bride arrived at the venue in a car hired from Superwed. Beth walked down the aisle with her father, and the ceremony was simple, yet full of meaning, feeling and emotion. Harpist Jessica Holford played sweet music in the background and Big Day Films captured everything on camera.