Reader wedding: Amy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield

PUBLISHED: 10:03 01 February 2017 | UPDATED: 10:24 01 February 2017

Amy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield

Amy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield

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We found out about the beautiful wedding of Amy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield

Amy Chrisp and Mark HayfieldAmy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield

Got married at …

St Mary’s Church, Hunton, followed by a garden reception at Mark’s parent’s house, also in Hunton. Luckily the sun was shining and guests were able to sit outside on hay bales and deck chairs. An outside photo booth, made from a tree decorated with picture frames, lampshades and bunting, was a popular feature - created by Noemi Pearson it also had Little Letter House calligraphy signage. Marquee by Cavendish Marquees.

The wedding cakeThe wedding cake

The bride wore …

The Ava dress with veil, both from Melanie Potro based at Oxo Tower Wharf in London.

Amy Chrisp and Mark HayfieldAmy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield

Jewellery by …

Engagement and wedding rings made by Burt and Gurt Jewellery, bespoke jewellers based at London’s Hatton Garden.

Amy Chrisp and Mark HayfieldAmy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield

Flowers included …

Bride’s bouquet had Avalanche Roses, Delphiniums, Astrantia Million Stars, and Waxflower Maya. Bridesmaids and flower girl bouquets had Nigella and Gypsophila. Table centrepieces were made from vintage cake stands covered with Bisou Roses, Delphiniums, Nigella, Scabious, Pitosporum and Waxflower Maya.

Amy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield with bridesmaids and groomsmenAmy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield with bridesmaids and groomsmen

Hair and make-up by …

Amy Linsdell, Number Nine Hairdressing in Maidstone.Make up by Emma Sands.

Amy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield left in styleAmy Chrisp and Mark Hayfield left in style

Honeymooned in …

Havana, Cuba and Riviera Maya in Mexico. Booked through Jane Garfield at Dial a Flight.

Pictures by …

Frank Noon Photography, www.franknoon.com

Food by …

A Kentish feast by Corinne’s Creative Kitchen, including cheese from the Cheesemakers of Canterbury and Kingcott Dairy, veg from Macknade Fine Foods, meat from Doughty’s in Doddington, ice cream from Simply Ice Cream.

Drinks included …

Sparkling wine, plus Kentish ale from Rockin Robin Brewery in Boughton Monchelsea. Bar and evening drinks supplied by Purple Fizz.

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