Sarah Rosser, 27, married Ieuan Rosser, 29, at St John's Church in Porthcawl followed by a reception at their family farm in Bridgend on the 10th June, 2017.
We decided to get married at my local church because it's where I was christened and it holds sentimental value.
We both felt so excited on the morning of our wedding. One of my favourite moments was walking down the aisle to meet Ieuan, it felt magical and we were both so happy.
I accessorised my dress with a one-tier fingertip-length veil, ivory shoes from the Rainbow Club and silver earrings.
The adult bridesmaids wore green dresses from Mix Bridal, the gown had a lace top, tulle bottom and they accessorised with ivory lace heels. The flowergirls wore pink gowns from Monsoon with floral detailing, ivory cardigans and beautiful shoes.
We decorated the venue with homemade hessian and lace table runners, white lanterns, a welcome sign, order-of-the-day pallet, barrels for the flowers, silver milk churns, directional signs and photographs of us throughout the years.
We purchased a three-tier bake from The Cake Cwtch. It was made up of white lace, pink peonies and icing. We had a wooden topper with 'Mr and Mrs Rosser' written on it to match our table names. My grandmother, Gladys made an extra iced fruit cake that tasted great.
For our centrepieces we decided to use white rustic metal jars and homemade candles placed on wood slices that looked great.
We managed to capture some quirky photographs in the fields and we even had a tractor on the grounds that made a great backdrop.
Laura May Bridal
Glitz & Glamour Boutique
Tel: 01443 449 385
The Cake Cwtch
St John's Church
Groom and groomsmen's suits
Butterfly Guest House
Hair and make-up
Tip Top Toilets
The Marquee and Furniture Company
Stationery and bunting
Emily Bowen Designs
Table names, place names and cake topper
19 Mary Street