An Intimate & Romantic Wedding

  • Happy Saturday my loves – sending all of you the love about this beautiful sunny day. As we publish this beautiful wedding, you will find just over 12 hours to visit until our clocks change and our days begin to feel lighter and longer – and I can't watch for it to occur.

    "We had originally planned a significantly bigger wedding celebration in August as well as in Wales but this just wasn't viable using the COVID-19 rules and regulations at the time. We discussed our options and decided that people still really wanted to obtain married this season no matter what this wound up looking like."

    "When we began searching for other venues, we decide to look in England as well as in particular the South West. At the time England was before Wales when it comes to what these were allowed, and also the South West had relatively low amounts of coronavirus cases. The rules were 30 people including registrars, photographers, the pair, and guests."

    "We came across Treseren after searching Google for small, intimate wedding venues. Having lived in Cornwall together it's a place that holds plenty of special memories for all of us and reading the reviews, looking through their gallery, and scrolling through their real weddings journal we fell in love."

    "I had found the gown on Pinterest and found the wedding shop as I knew it stocked the gown. What drew me in was the delicate botanical embroidery. I wanted something very natural and bohemian wedding dress that I felt comfortable and may move freely in."


    "Throughout the entire wedding planning, my mum had provided us with so much advice and support, she's my best friend and I wouldn't have remained as calm without her."

    "I bought Ali a handkerchief which I had embroidered by, during my handwriting an estimate from our favorite book 'the little prince'. This would be a surprise and was handed to Ali the morning of the wedding. He kept it in the breast pocket all day long." Click

    "We met within our first year at Plymouth University. Our flats in halls were alongside each other so that as whole flats we used to visit on nights out together. We both started university in September and were a few by November."

    "We got engaged in a location called. Ali had booked this unique glass cabin overlooking a valley as a birthday gift. As soon as we’d unpacked I was looking at the deck experiencing the view having a glass of wine and out he came? This is the view! We had been engaged nearly three years."

    "We have always had strong connections with nature and also the coast, and although we didn't have this like a particular theme, we desired to bring the outside in. We are also relaxed people and wanted your day to unfold as naturally as you possibly can."

    "But first and foremost we wanted to obtain married and also have as many in our closest family and friends there as you possibly can."

    "I wanted the floral vibe to become reminiscent of the Cornish country garden within the Autumn. Natural along with a touch wild, filled with texture and seasonal flowers with dried and fresh elements cooperating. Ali's were built with a touch of mustard yellow to compliment his tie."

    "We also live-streamed the ceremony via zoom so although the vast majority of our guests weren't in a position to attend personally, these were able to watch the stream online live or even the recording afterward."

    "We had watched people from Canada to Germany and It is lovely to determine them all. Some had designed a real effort and dressed to impress."

    Notes From Treseren

    Embracing the 'new normal', Lauren and Ali streamed their ceremony to people who couldn't be together on your day and will be celebrating with all of them when they throw a large party in the coming year. Lauren and Ali's love for one another shone through in each aspect of your day, not least within their thoughtful handwritten vows and secretly arranged gifts for just one another.

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