Hannah & Rachel’s wedding is a thing of gorgeousness, inspired by their passion for the environment and their love of music. An emotional wedding ceremony at Jabajaks Vineyard, Carmarthen, set the tone for the day as they drove off in the prettiest purple Traveller owned by the Chair of the local Morris Minor’s club.

Their venue was a tipi at Cwm Ty Coed Glamping Site and guests were greeted by live music, a converted horse box gin bar and a riot of colour from the handmade table decorations, dream catchers, hanging umbrellas and locally grown wild flowers. There were lots of DIY elements and friends pitched in anywhere they could. The bar was handmade, the dessert table was full of homemade cakes and every table was named after the brides’ favourite festival stages. They have the most amazing set of friends that do anything for eachother, no ask is too great and it was important to Hannah and Rachel they give their family and friends a day that expressed how much they loved everyone at their wedding. Supporting local independent companies and artists throughout their wedding was really important and being as environmentally concious as possible was key to every decision and purchase. The campsite recycles all waste and really embraces the wedfest theme, the vegetarian menu was catered by Swansea based cafe, Bluebell, avoiding single use plastics was a must and over several months, collected nearly 100 jars and bottles for vases, even the glitter was biodegradeble!

Now enough chatting about the wedding, lets get down to the details you all want. Ladies and gents I’m pleased to introduce you to Hannah & Rachel.