SHERYL & BRYAN’S SNEAK PEEKS FROM CRABBS BARN

Oct 28, 2017

Well where to I start with this one, it was an awesome Halloween themed wedding. Sheryl and Bryan chose Crabbs Barn for their ceremony and reception, decorated with autumnal colours and halloween touches. There were pumpkins scattered and a masks for all the guests. I just loved the colours of the bridal party and the bouquets were gorgeous. They celebrated the day with their little boy James who looked so cute in his outfit. We were so lucky to have good weather and the deep red sunset was a bonus. I hope they enjoy Sicily 🙂

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