A beautiful South Farm Winter Wedding with a Winnie the Pooh Theme and pretty mauve and navy details

Today I am thrilled to share this beautiful South Farm Winter Wedding with a Winnie the Pooh Theme and pretty mauve and navy details.

Images were captured by Liz Greenhalgh Photography.

Liz Greenhalgh is a Cambridge Wedding Photographer who loves nothing more than photographing moments with loved ones.

She knows there is nothing more powerful than a photograph to have the ability to trigger every sort of emotion.”

Your wedding photography is something that is completely unique to you, telling your love story of your day in a way that is unobtrusive, natural and relaxed.

Everyone and every Wedding is different but there’s always a unique connection from two people in love, and Liz loves to capture this in a journalistic way, creating works of art and memories for each couple.

She covers Cambridge, East Anglia, the Home Counties and further afield.


I hand over to beautiful Bride Lyanne to tell us about her gorgeous Winter Wedding…


How did you meet? 

We knew each other through mutual friends and used to meet at our local pub.

Tell us about the Proposal…

It was on Christmas day, (my favourite day of the year) we’d been together 9 years so wasn’t sure it was ever going to happen.

We were at my parents and just after we’d finished opening our presents, Aaron told me he had one more for me and then got down on one knee.

Tell us about your  Wedding Planning journey…

it wasn’t as stressful as I thought it would be. I knew the sort of the things I wanted and once I saw South Farm I knew the venue was perfect for me.

I knew what sort of style dress I wanted so didn’t take too many try’s to find the right one.

I decided to make the favours, invites, place names and seating plan myself …. That was the stressful bit!!

What was the theme /colour palette of your Big Day?

Colour wise we went for a dusky mauve for the Bridesmaids and Blue for the Groomsmen.

We had a (classy) Winnie the Pooh theme so all the tables were named after an area of the 100 Acre Wood with the picture to match.

The table plan was a map of the 100 Acre wood, and all the pictures were the original, hand drawn, black and white pictures.

What was the best bit of your day?

All of it!  A highlight was probably the meal – as that was the only time I got to talk to people and actually sit down, and the speeches.

What advice would you give to other couples getting married?

Be selfish, you only get married once (hopefully) so go with what you want and don’t worry too much about trying to please everyone else.

Also remember that no one else will know any of the little touches you forgot and didn’t go as planned.


Winter Wedding Suppliers

Venue – South Farm

Photographer – Liz Greenhalgh Photography

Wedding Dress – Essense of Australia from Gowns and Garters – Thrapston

Bridesmaid Gowns – handmade by Alterations by Nina

Suit/Kilt Hire supplier – Moss Bros

Cake Maker – Nicola Rincon

Florist – Clare Jones Floral Design

Stationery – DIY by Bride

Rings – Beaverbrooks

Make up – Flash Kate

Hair – Emily Warner


To Contact Liz Greenhalgh Photography

Website – http://www.lizgreenhalgh.co.uk/

Email – liz@lizgreenhalgh.co.uk

Phone – 01487 814036 – (Mobile) 07739 853413

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