Coutts Glamping Wedding

Brittany and Michael

Brittany and Michael held their wedding reception at Coutts Glamping overlooking the stunning Camel Estuary. Most importantly, the happy couple had an incredible sunny day to celebrate on! The spring time weather could not have been better. Likewise, Brittany’s dress turned a few heads that day!

Saint Breoke Church

Saint Breoke Church is nestled in the hamlet of St Breock just behind The Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge. Work on the church commenced in the 13th century, but it was almost completely rebuilt in the 17th Century. Indeed, The tower has six 18th century bells. 2009 saw the 750th Anniversary of the dedication of the church by Bishop Branscombe. Brittany and Michael’s service inside this ancient church was a joy to behold. That is to say, the sun shone outside and happiness radiated inside! In addition, the two American Mustang muscle cars that formed the duo of bridal transport gave some extra colour and culture!

The Quarryman

The Quarryman Inn is a ‘traditional Cornish Pub set in a historic quarrying community on Cornwall’s stunning North Coast’. Indeed, it is a regular haunt of our happy couple and their families. Brittany’s Dad brought the shiny Mustangs to show off to the assembled pre-wedding drinkers. Therefore, everyone was treated to the story of how the cars had been lovingly brought back to life sinice last driven over 35 years ago! Once the church ceremony was over, Brittany and Michael were driven out into the lanes for a photo shoot amongst the bluebells. Subsequently, the same large-engined beasts whisked our duo to their reception at Coutts Glamping for fun, frolicks and Fish and Chips! In addition, the day at Coutts Glamping was rounded off with a blazing sunset over the Camel estuary.

Thank you to Brittany and Michael and their family and friends for a super fun day!

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