Georgia and Taylor met online and planned their first date at a bar in London.
They clicked right away, and it didn't take them long to realise they were meant to be together.
Taylor proposed during a family holiday to Lanzarote. "We went away to celebrate my dad's 60th birthday," says Georgia. "It was really unexpected, so when he asked me to marry him by the sea with all of my family present, I was in complete shock!"
Here the bride shares some of her favourite moments from their big day...
Taylor's mum is a cake maker, so he was brought up around the wedding industry and already knew of Oaks Farm.
What attracted us the most was the scenic setting and that we could have exclusive use with everything in one place.
The favours were made by Taylor's mum, who is the owner of Wedding Cakes by Lisa Broughton. She created white macarons decorated with gold edible leaf and gold and white sugar sprinkles. We placed them in boxes for the adults and gave the children and g uests with nut allergies Kinder chocolate bars in an acetate bag tied with a gold ribbon.
Our colour scheme was white, light grey and green with touches of gold. I incorporated these colours into the stationery, flowers, cake and venue décor.
Wisteria Green provided our flowers which were avalanche roses, white hydrangeas, white lisianthus, spray roses and masses of eucalyptus.
For the centrepieces, we chose two different styles.
The first was a tall square gold frame with cascading flowers and candles underneath, and the other was a gold hoop with flowers and glass votives placed around the outside.
Taylor's mum also made our wedding cake. It was six tiers and decorated with a sugar paste finish and handmade flowers. We opted for a variety of flavours, including strawberry and champagne, coconut and lime, zesty lemon, and classic Madagascan vanilla and raspberry. The cake, of course, was one of the best parts of the day. It was so beautifully conducted and special to us. She really went above and beyond.
I wore a Morilee dress from Bromley Brides. I chose this particular gown because I loved the lace details on the sides and the backless look.
Taylor and the groomsmen chose black tuxedos by Hugo Boss. To help Taylor stand out, he wore a cumberbund.
The bridesmaids opted for light grey dresses with cowl necks and pleated splits.
We booked 10 Flavours to do our catering. They were one of the recommended suppliers from Oaks Farm, and we loved that our guests could choose their three courses.
During the ceremony and drinks reception, we had The Monaco String Quartet entertain our friends and family.
We both felt nervous and excited on the morning of the wedding. Everything went by so quickly and was just as we'd imagined it.
Acrylic signs, table plans, table numbers and place names
Cake and favours
Gold cutlery and charger plate hire
Vintage post box