A beautiful Easter themed wedding with colour, love and laughter. Showcasing the fun and interactive ‘Host the Roast’ menu option, Samantha and Phil couldn’t have opted for a better venue.
The Wellbeing Farm is an authentic countryside venue in the West Pennines of Lancashire, near Bolton. It provides couples with a unique wedding experience where they can interact with farm animals.
Photographer: Natalie Hyland Photography |Catering: The Wellbeing Farm | Videographer: Grace Croxall at Visions of Grace |Music: Catherine at Busker Ella and The Manytones| Cake: Emma-Lou Cakes | Make-Up: Faye Kenyon Hair and Makeup | Decoration: Love Rosie
Location: Greater Manchester | Styles: Classic, Traditional, Boho, Outdoor, Rustic, Vintage, Natural | Colors: Orange, Blue
“The 20th of April saw Sam and Phil get married on a perfect Easter’s day – the weather was absolutely lush. The ceremony itself was incredibly romantic, Sam was given away by both of her parents, and The Manytones’ harpist Susan provided a dreamy soundtrack throughout the proceedings. There was loads of fun to be had, with the groomsmen being very helpful the entire day, toast mastering throughout. There was even an appearance from Sam and Phil’s dogs! Again, a massive congratulations to Sam and Phil! We’re so glad we got to be a part of your stunning wedding.”
Congrats to Samantha and Phil on a very fun ceremony! And a special thank you to Celia from The Wellbeing Farm for providing us with a glimpse of the beautiful affair.