Lois and Ed had planned their wedding for two years from where they are living in London. They originally chose a different venue for their reception until one night Lois had a dream about Powderham Castle, woke up and knew she had to have her wedding day there, a real fairy tale moment.
Lois, her mother and bridesmaids all got ready at the Abode hotel in Exeter and then made their way out of the city to St. Clement’s church in Powderham which is very local to her family home, just across the estuary. Lois, her mother and bridesmaids all looked stunning as they made their way to the church and Ed, under the protection of the groomsmen umbrellas.
Lois and Ed were lucky enough to have a family friend loan two of his beautiful cars, a Bently to take Lois to the ceremony and an Austin Healey convertible for Ed to drive them both to Powderham Castle (hats off to the daring newly weds to take the roof off)!
The evening started with a conga to a vintage festival feel tipi on the grounds sporting music, bunting, a photo booth and wood fire to keep the party on course. We ended our day with Lois and Ed with a few couple photos, and of course they included umbrellas with the state of our current ‘summer’!