A breezy day along the coastline of St Ives was when Tim, down on knee, proposed to Nichola: Their little girl, Lottie, helped her dad with the ring box which he held out - it was the perfect family holiday.
An intimate ceremony was held snug in the heart of historical Oxford, within an architectural gem, the Town Hall. The features and grandeur of this venue were accented by slight vintage touches of lace and twine, which made for a beautifully simplistic gathering with close family and friends.
Tim was greeted at the end of the aisle by Nichola and daughter Lottie acting as ring-girl for a very much heartfelt exchange of vows. Even more so, as a close family friend presided over the service as Celebrant, whilst the couple signed the register. It was this individualism which truly carried the day, spinning wonderful memories for the wedding party.
Dinner flowed into a reception, featuring a Photo Booth and DJ, with the couple deciding to forgo the first dance in order to enjoy the evening all together without too much formality.
The newlyweds are hoping to return to St Ives this Easter for their honeymoon.