Rebecca & Matthew’s Real Wedding

Rebecca and Matt got married in their local church and then celebrated a country reception at the home of Rebecca’s parents. Their wedding had a shabby-chic feel to it and 96 guests were invited to share the celebration with this special couple. They were strict throughout their planning and managed to stick to their wedding budget, however they were still able to celebrate their marriage with not one, but two mini-moons.

Rebecca and Matt got married in their local church and then celebrated a country reception at the home of Rebecca’s parents. Their wedding had a shabby-chic feel to it and 96 guests were invited to share the celebration with this special couple. They were strict throughout their planning and managed to stick to their wedding budget, however they were still able to celebrate their marriage with not one, but two mini-moons.

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The Bride and Groom

Every time Rebecca planned a night out with her girlfriends in the past she’d always book a taxi to get herself home safely. Secretly however, she always wanted the taxi driver to be Matt. After driving Rebecca home several times, the couple exchanged details and began a wonderful relationship.

On Rebecca’s birthday, and after two years of dating, Matt popped the question in a very special way.  After waking up, Matt wished Rebecca a lovely day at work, after no special treatment or even her morning coffee which he usually prepares for her.  When Rebecca pulled up at work however, Matt was stood on the driveway holding a huge white board which read “Happy Birthday Sweet pea ~ I Love you with all my heart”.  He then turned the board around, and it read “Will you marry me?”

Rebecca of course said yes and the couple planned their wedding for 1 year later (to the date).  Rebecca wears her nan’s engagement ring with great pride as she’s never been a fan of the traditional engagement ring.

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Photography by: Lowri Pendrell Photography