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  • Writer's pictureClare Gray

Rose and Tom's July Nantwen and Llys Meddyg Wedding

Updated: Jan 9

Rose and Tom were a complete dream to work with, all the wedding service providers I spoke to on the day said the same thing. Rose said they had chosen all of us from Instagram and were therefore confident they loved our work, so were completely chilled for the whole day! We dropped the flowers off before the ceremony adding the finishing touches and got to meet Rose and Tom in person for the first time.

It was a classic Pembrokeshire day, a bit of rain, then some sunshine, then some cloud but that 'sunshine after the rain' effect created the most gorgeous light which captured beautifully. All the photo's in this blog were captured by Mary and all the providers for Rose and Tom locally based.

Rose's make-up was applied by a locally based certified make-up artist and skincare guru who specialises in elegant and natural make-up. We think Rose looked positively glowing and judging by how Tom is looking at her, so did he!

Rose asked for some extra flowers for her hair, which we were more than happy to provide, these were then entwined by to highlight luscious curls and elegant fishtail braids.

The ceremony itself was held in the charmingly intimate

where you can have up to 30 guests. Rose and Tom's guests were transported to the venue in style by the most gorgeous vintage bus from you can see it in the background of the photo above, it really is too cute!

Rose and Tom's floral brief was a 'just picked' natural wild flower meadow, with lots of daisies. Rose also wanted to pick out the blush colour of her dress, and have some sweet peas included as a tribute to her Grandmother who used to grow them and of course some Roses had to be included as it would just be rude not to!

Rose said she wanted a very large bouquet and we worked together to decide on the shape and style, finishing it off with a Habotai hand died silk ribbon in 'Vintage Rose' (What else!) with Tom having a lovely large matching buttonhole. The ladies of the party were also treated to wrist corsages so nobody was left out!

We think it's a real celebrations of wild, natural beauty and very fitting for the beautiful venue of

After the ceremony and a delicious afternoon tea, it was back on the vintage bus and off to for their evening meal, where Rose and Tom had opted for jam jars to dot around. There were 30 in total on the tables, window bottoms, bar area and rather sweet arch we found in the garden!

We really loved being part of Rose and Tom's special day, it was so relaxed and full of happiness. An absolutely perfect Pembrokeshire Wedding, llongyfarchiadau Rose and Tom!


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