There are boho weddings, and there are boho weddings. And Chloe and Jack’s wedding was the ultimate. From the hessian runners to the beautiful bridal gown, the food to the cocktail bar, everything about Jack and Chloe’s special day was a unique reflection of their personalities and their devotion to each other.
Scheduled for 1stJune, Chloe and Jack wanted a relatively small wedding, with 49 of their family and friends invited to witness their nuptials. The Sunset Rooms were styled with rustic beauty and featured wooden centrepieces, jars of flowers and hessian runners. The unique place names were etched onto wood, accompanied by a sprig of rosemary, the traditional plant to signify remembrance.
Chloe and her bridesmaids opted to spend the Friday night in Furlong cottage, where they had the space to get ready together on the morning of the wedding while leaving the bridal suite clear and tidy for the happy couple to return to at the end of the day. The six bridesmaids were each able to wear a style of dress that flattered them, with multi-way dresses in hues of dusky pink and cappuccino. Jack and his groomsmen looked truly dapper in navy tweed with tan shoes. Like the styling of the venue, Chloe’s dress was a perfect reflection of her personality; she looked completely at home and absolutely stunning in a lace fishtail dress with flowing Bardot neckline. Hair half up in a messy braid and adorned with flowers, Chloe looked every inch the Bohemian princess as she met her prince at the altar.
Following the ceremony, Chloe, Jack and their guests enjoyed welcome drinks. Guests were given the opportunity to relax, enjoy the views and play outdoor lawn games. The bar in the Sunset Rooms were open, but guests were also able to buy cocktails from the gazebo, which, at the couple’s request, had been transformed into a rustic cocktail bar complete with hay bales, serving Long Island Iced Tea and Raspberry Mojitos.
While the guests were enjoying the venue, Chloe and Jack stole away to the beach, where they shared some time together as husband and wife and their photographer, Liberty Pearl, took stunning photos as a lasting memento of their exquisite seaside wedding.
The party sat down to a delicious, three-course meal, which featured irresistible vegetarian, vegan and meat choices. The wedding breakfast concluded with toasts and speeches, which were filled with love, laughter and, inevitably, a few tears.
The perfect wedding drew to a close with music by the appropriately named Perfect wedding DJs; the couple enjoyed their first dance as Mr & Mrs Coulson before cutting their cake as the sun began to set on their special day together.
Thanks to Chloe and Jack for entrusting one of the most important days of their lives to us, and we hope that your perfect day is a sign of a happy, prosperous future together.