Ellen and Jack got hitched on a beautiful summery day at Pengenna Manor. This 800 year old family home is tucked away in a quiet, secluded valley just three miles inland from the North Cornish coast. The over 300 acres of beautiful Cornish countryside offer great photo opportunities and playground for your outdoor wedding.
Ellen and Jack were blessed with warm weather and blue skies and could fulfil their dream of an outdoor wedding. The ceremony was followed by Pimm's and Cream Tea, homemade by grandma.
The reception was held in a farm barn at Stephen Gelly Farm near Lanhydrock, owned by a family friend. They had a lot of work pimping up the reception venue as I heard a few days earlier the barn was still a cowshed! Very impressive what can be achieved with the help of a few friends and family. Ellen and Jack's transport of choice was a beautiful classic Morgan. The decorations were kept in a fitting rustic DIY style. Ellen handmade all the save the dates, invites and wedding favours/name tags, designed the tables and her mum made all of the bunting and the back drop at the barn, and all of their friends and family helped to decorate. Another smaller barn served as help yourself bar with everything you could wish for from spirits, mixers, ales, wine, cider, craft beers and I even found some German beer!
It was a perfect relaxed day with some beautiful people, a wedding I will remember!
Venue: Pengenna Manor // Date: 19.08.17 // Flowers: DIY // Hair & Makeup: Cornwall Hair and Mua // Dress: Amica Bridal Boutique-Plymouth // Cake: Made by Jack's sister, Bronnie Gibbons //Food: Paul Deakin/Trennick Farm Hog Roasts // Music: Swingololgy // Videographer: Sean White Wedding Films