South Farm, Royston wedding on a sunny day in February 2024
A bride and groom stand closely, gazing at each other, on a stone-paved area with a light cream house adorned with climbing plants behind them. The bride holds a bouquet, and the surroundings include potted plants and foliage partially obscuring the scene.

One of the many reasons this couple chose South Farm as their wedding venue, was because of how special it would make their intimate wedding feel.

Georgia & Joe chose to do things their way. They spent a chilled out morning together, walked up the aisle together and didn’t have a wedding cake.

Georgia looked sensational in her stylish silver dress, complete with bespoke cape by Kate Beaumont.

The bridesmaid dresses shimmered, complementing both Georgia’s dress and the venue colours perfectly.

It had been an extremely rainy week, but when their wedding day came the sunshine did it’s thing and we all enjoyed some warmth, to go with the love and laughter.

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