Lisa and Tony married in a 900 year old medieval chapel, followed by a hand-fasting ceremony outdoors in the sunshine. After their unique and intimate wedding, the couple had a celebration at a rugby club for their extended family and friends.
The Happy Couple
After meeting at work, Lisa and Tony had been living together for ten years when he proposed to her whilst on holiday in Cape Verde. Tony got down on one knee on a beach, and gave Lisa a custom made ring.
The groom went down the traditional route of getting the bride’s father’s permission, and it was the last lucid conversation Lisa’s father had before he sadly passed away.
The bride and groom were engaged for one year before marrying at the Lost Village of Dode in Kent in front of just 34 of their closest friends and family. They hosted a larger party two weeks later so they were able to celebrate with more of their loved ones.
After their wedding celebrations the couple spent a week relaxing at a lovely lodge in Scotland, and headed back home via Wales so they could experience a 100mph zip wire ride too!
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Photography by: Evoque Photography