REAL WEDDING // Cassi & Andrew - Music lovers, retro gamers and all round fun timers

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Last season we were lucky enough to work with Cassi and Andrew to create bespoke invitations for their lovely wedding which featured SO many personal touches and activities to keep guests entertained. This fun filled celebration will definitely bring a smile to your face so read on to brighten up your day! Invitation photography by Miss Imagination Photography, wedding day photography by Simon & Maisie Photography.

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Cassi and Andrew asked us to incorporate their love of music into their stationery with these record sleeve shaped wedding invitations; featuring a portrait and their favourite flowers this was such a fun design to create.

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The ceremony took place at St Paul’s Church a community-based church local to the happy couple, after hopping on vintage double decker buses guests partied at the historical Devonport Guildhall. Read on to hear from our bride Cassi’s top tips for wedding planning…

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MAKE IT EASIER TO RELAX… “My advice for wedding planning is getting as much of it done as soon as you’ve booked the venue. Get all the deposits down and make quick decisions. That gives you time leading up to the event to relax as much as possible and work on all the little details. Also if things don’t turn out how you had planned, you’ll be relaxed enough to resolve them.”

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PAY FOR ACTIVITIES GRADUALLY… “We paid for everything slowly, each month as to not feel the total pinch of wedding costs. We thought it was very important for our guests to move around, we had lots of games and things to do/look at around the room.”

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PICK GREAT SUPPLIERS FOR PERSONAL TOUCHES… “The biggest compliment we had repeatedly, was the attention to detail. Everyone really enjoyed all the personal touches added everywhere. We cannot rate our suppliers enough!”

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HUGE thanks to Cassi & Andrew for sharing their wedding day with us!


Photography - Simon & Maisie Photography
Invitations - Dearly Beloved
Decor, games and styling - The Prop Factory, Hire Class and Unique Designs by Tina
Make up artist - Charlotte Albert
Venue - Devonport Guildhall
Wedding cake - Hannah’s Cornish Cakes
Catering - Devon Vintage Ice Cream Van, Column Bakery and St Maurice Bakery
Florist - Rachael’s Flowers
Bridal alterations and Tailoring - Tina’s Tailoring
Wedding transport - Devon Wedding Cars and Abby Classic Bus Hire

REAL WEDDING // Abbi & Matt - North Devon Farmhouse Glam Wedding


HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE - What better way to celebrate the beginning of 2019 than sharing a special wedding from the previous year! 5th September 2018 was the day our buddies Abbi & Matt tied the knot at the stunning North Devon venue Ash Barton Estate. Abbi & Matt chose a mix of bespoke and DIY hand made details for their wedding day which included belting out Queen songs during their ceremony, evening sparklers, home baked cakes, hand painted stationery and more. This wedding day is bound to give you the all the feels so read on for heartwarming photos, beautiful details and top tips from the bride herself - Enjoy! Wedding day photography by Grace Elizabeth Photo & Film.

Photo by  Miss Imagination Photography.  Left - invitation, right Save the Date post card both featuring hand lettering and gold foiling.

Photo by Miss Imagination Photography. Left - invitation, right Save the Date post card both featuring hand lettering and gold foiling.

Abbi was keen to use stars within the couple’s bespoke wedding designs; from her clothing and jewellery to their home furnishings stars always feature and so this is where their invitation artwork began. We had previously created a portrait for the couple and this paired with a constellation motif became the backbone of their stationery.

We met with Matt and Abbi to chat about the feel they wanted to create for their wedding day and although formal they still wanted their invitations to feel fun. The gold detail gave an element of glamour and the sleek, slim shape kept it feeling like guests were invited to a black tie affair.

Photo by  Miss Imagination Photography.  Star and moon pattern which featured on the reverse of the invitation.

Photo by Miss Imagination Photography. Star and moon pattern which featured on the reverse of the invitation.


Ash Barton Estate is an exclusive use venue nestled in the North Devon countryside; chapel, party barn, farmhouse with kitchen and rooms for guests to stay, pool, games room, not to mention the view; this venue was perfect for Abbi & Matt who, with the help of friends and family, did everything from a big welcome BBQ to baking their own wedding cake before the official celebrations had even begun.


Their day had all the glamour of a (big) vintage white wedding - tuxedoes and all, but with the warmth of an intimate family celebration; this couple took their time spending a couple of years planning a day right for them. Read on for top tips from the DIY bride herself, our beautiful pal Abbi…

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Bridesmaid dresses - Next.

Find a venue that works for you: We knew from day one that we did not want a venue that you rock up to, in a hotel, and stay for 10 hours whilst making small talk at the shared bar with another wedding, or worse some sort of business convention. No, no, no. Luckily the year before we got engaged one of my best friends got married at a venue with accommodation for guests and it helped in our wedding venue hunt so much.

Bride’s gown -  Wed2Be . Bridesmaid dresses -  Asos .

Bride’s gown - Wed2Be. Bridesmaid dresses - Asos.


More than just one day: We knew we wanted our guests there to celebrate with us the night before and night of the wedding; with ours being a DIY wedding this venue also gave us the chance to get in and decorate the day before (which actually turned into 2 days before, what a dream!). Also having guests coming from such a mix of locations from Birmingham, Bristol, Torquay and Plymouth we tried to find a venue somewhat in the middle, and chanced upon North Devon and our incredible venue, Ash Barton Estate.

Hand painted palette sign.

Hand painted palette sign.

Order of Service featuring hand painted lettering and illustrated constellation motif.

Order of Service featuring hand painted lettering and illustrated constellation motif.

Groom Matt created the hexagon backdrop himself which added a contemporary twist to the chapel space at Ash Barton.

Groom Matt created the hexagon backdrop himself which added a contemporary twist to the chapel space at Ash Barton.

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Groom’s Tuxedo - Next.


Look and feel: Think about what you want your day to look and feel like, do you want guests there over night all mucking in, having a bbq and sitting by the fire pit. Do you want kids (and many adults) running around, playing on trampolines and fighting about air hockey. Do you want a self serving bar for your guests to enjoy… because we did!


For these guys the party started right from the ceremony with guests taking part singing some of their favourite Queen songs.

Order of the Day signage.

Order of the Day signage.

For big family weddings having guests stay on site at the venue is a great idea, everyone was free to head back to their rooms to change out of heels/grab a jumper/take kids for a nap, but of course you don’t want anyone to miss any of the action. We created this Order of the Day sign featuring their bespoke constellation illustration to keep all the guests up to date with what was happening when.


Pastel florals with coral pink pops of colour created by Sophie Millington looked beautiful throughout the venue across the stone buildings and hanging foliage.


You cannot ever re-do you wedding photos: … so make damn sure your photographer can create what you are looking for. As you might have guessed from above, our wedding was a family affair, full of kids and so many of our friends chipping in and becoming immersed in the whole experience with us. We were not going to be able to capture the feel of this in posed, poised photos. We needed natural, candid shots throughout the day, and this is exactly why we went with Grace and Mitch. I had met them even before we got engaged, whilst Grace was still a student, as I helped on a styled shoot (with none other than Dearly Beloved). Grace and Mitch were shooting me throughout the day and made me feel so comfortable, when the photos came back in I felt she had captured me so well, laughing, joking, and relaxed. So, as soon as we got engaged we contacted Grace and as soon as the venue had confirmed dates we booked her there and then. Not only does Grace have this ability, but so does her (now) husband Mitch, and having them both there on the day meant while Grace stayed with the bridal party Mitch could shoot the boys, guests arriving, last minute touches to the venue, etc. When getting the photos back these were all the moments I’d missed but now could some how relive. Grace’s style is dreamy, relaxed and natural and Matt knew early on he wanted something like this. Getting those photos back a month all two later will bring it all back to you, emotions will be running high! There is nothing like it, these are the tokens from the day you will keep forever so again, make it work for you!


Plan a wedding you can afford: Unless you have been told, do not assume your family have been squirrelling away pennies for your big day. It’s not the 1950s! We decided on a budget of £6000 and for that we know we could get all the things we really wanted. Also our venue was a beautiful setting and completely DIY so it did some of the work for us but also allowed us to put out stamp on it. The £6000 did turn into £9000 after family members did want to contribute, but this money went on adding those finishing touches. We paid for the registrar to come to the venue (costing £500, instead of a 2 witness ceremony the day before which would have been £45), for the band to stay on for an extra hour, for a bigger hog roast to feed our guests, more flowers to help set off the tables during high tea as well as hiring more crockery and buying in all the majority of the high tea food. All these things made the day a little easier on me (the bride) too as many of these things were on my list of things to beg, borrow, make or steal!

Hand painted signage by Dearly Beloved.

Hand painted signage by Dearly Beloved.

Semi naked cakes lovingly made by the bride and finished with coordinating flowers.

Semi naked cakes lovingly made by the bride and finished with coordinating flowers.

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To tie all the visuals together we created hand painted signage that not only helped guests in the absence of more formal serving staff but decorated the space with the illustrated elements featured on invitations.

Photo by  Miss Imagination Photography.  Save the Date post card featuring portrait, hand lettering and gold foiling.

Photo by Miss Imagination Photography. Save the Date post card featuring portrait, hand lettering and gold foiling.

Working with Dearly Beloved: Well as Abi and Ben have been dear friends of mine for 7 years this was a no-brainer for me, but when I met Matt his love of illustration made it even more clear that their work was the perfect fit for us. So, disclaimer, we love these guys… and might be a little bit biased, so I have written this more as a ‘tips’ during the bespoke design process. The beauty of working with a husband and wife team is that you get the best of both worlds. In this case, it is the blend of two styles: Abi being much more free, traditionally feminine and mostly hand painted; Ben being more clear, clean and digitally created - Abi and Ben married the clean and hand painted perfectly. We also kept in some of the hand painted elements I loved by using the portrait Abi had made for us for our save the dates (P.S if you are reading this as a wedding guest rather than bride, buy a freaking portrait for a wedding present, it is the best thing ever and so personal!). Also, if you want to be a fancy pants like us, get the gold foiling, it is delicious and your friends will swoon over it! the biggest lesson we learned was to have conversations and ask questions in those first few meetings/chats, the more you ask in the beginning the more you will love your designs.


CONGRATULATIONS and huge thanks to Abbi and Matt for letting us share their wedding story.

Stationery – Dearly Beloved
Photography - Grace Elizabeth Photo & Film
Flowers - Sophie Millington
Venue - Ash Barton Estate
Bride’s dress - Wed2Be
Bridesmaid dresses: Asos
Suits: Next
Flower Girls: Next
Hair and Make Up: Bride
Cake: Bride

REAL WEDDING // Cara & Dan - Cycling celebration on Rutland waters


Cara and Dan's beautifully bespoke wedding day can only be described as... EPIC! Keep scrolling to see highlights from their celebration, we promise you won't be disappointed.
Photography by Red on Blonde Photography.


Cara and Dan found some really awesome ways to incorporate their love of cycling into their wedding day; one of which was the illustrated wedding stationery suite we designed for the couple. We mixed a modern portrait featuring Cara and Dan tandem cycling with deco inspired font to create their fun wedding invitation, here it is framed up in their home.


...we also designed this custom sign to welcome guests to the party.


Cara and Dan said their 'I dos' at the breathtaking Normanton Church with views of the reservoir, a string quartet and their nearest and dearest singing their hearts out.


Order of Service sheets featuring details of their wedding ceremony and lyrics for their guests when it was time to sing.


Brass band Das Brass led guests in a procession to board the Rutland Belle for a boat trip to the wedding reception. 


The rest of their stationery included table names, menus and cards for this vintage penny farthing table plan featuring their custom illustrated flowers.


We are so honoured to have played a part in making Cara & Dan's big day, and what an amazing day it was! Congratulations guys!

If you would like to work with us to create your vision for your wedding day just get in touch to talk about your wedding stationery -

Photography by Red on Blonde Photography
Stationery by us Dearly Beloved
Sailcloth tent by Shades
Flowers by Violets and Velvet
Make up by Hannah Dora
Hair by Alison Jenner
Brass band: Das Brass
String Quartet: Highly Strung
Boat trip: Rutland Belle

Real wedding // Ashley & Sean - Poppies & sunshine in Santa Barbara

We're kicking of 2018 with this out of this world wedding day! Ashley and Sean tied the knot in August 2017 with a weekend long Santa Barbara celebration. Their wedding ceremony was hosted at Santa Barbara Zoo; filled with lush greenery, pops of vibrant colour and hand painted finishing touches from us. Wedding day photography by Twin Lens


Ashley and Sean chose to add their own special touch to our Nautical Collection  read on to see more...


The bride's flawless gown was designed by Lihi Hod Bridal


These beautiful blooms were created by Santa Barbara based florist Ella & Louie; we just love the natural colours and wild arrangement.


We personalised our Nautical Collection with painted California Poppies to suit this awesome couple.


These stunning shots were captured by fellow creative couple Twin Lens. Here's what they had to say about their photography...

We photograph together, each one using our unique eye and visual style. The result is a stunning narrative of your wedding day. 
Photographing a wedding allows us to document a pivotal day in two peoples' lives. The day is filled with subtle and overwhelming moments that, when captured well, are the authentic and visual documentation of real life.


With the help of their planners Wild Heart Events, who sum up their style perfectly as "weddings for gypsy souls", Ashley & Sean created a stunning tablescape for their guests. Vintage items hired from Otis & Pearl


For the perfect end to an awesome day guests danced the night away to the sounds of LA boutique DJ collective Love Tempo, and doesn't it look like they had a blast!

Happy New Year everyone! Here's hoping your year is filled with as much joy as this stunning celebration!

Created with the same care and attention as our bespoke designs the Dearly Beloved Collections are a series of wedding stationery suites ready to be printed for your celebration. Simply choose your design and we can customise with your names, details and even edit to match your wedding colours. Handmade in the Dearly beloved studio this design was created by painting artist paper with deep blue ink and ripping into ocean waves.


Photography by Twin Lens Images 
Venue - Santa Barbara Zoo 
Stationery - Our Nautical Collection customised with bespoke painted California Poppies
Wedding planners - Wild Heart Events with the help of Rincon Events from Santa Barbara Zoo
Wedding gown - Lihi Hod Bridal
Florist - Ella & Louie
DJ - Love Tempo
Make up artist - Jolie Beauty
Vintage items hired from Otis & Pearl

REAL WEDDING // Natural Luxury at Rudding Park

Alex and Rachel asked us to design their very own contemporary monogram to celebrate their lives coming together. Their wedding was filled with plenty of natural greens, blush pastels and a touch a gold for added glamour. Here's a little snapshot of the bespoke stationery we created for this awesome couple - What a beautiful day!

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Huge thanks to the happy couple and Cluskey Smith Photography for sharing these beautiful photos from the big day. Venue - Rudding Park

(P.S. - Head here if you would like to see the invitations we designed for Alex and Rachel too)

Real wedding // Rachel & Sam, Seafront love on Porthilly Farm

Wow! Things have been a little crazy at DB HQ (especially as we have decided to join the Mr & Mrs club too); however we couldn't let another week pass without sharing one of the weddings we have been lucky enough to work on this year. 

Rachel & Sam were local enough for us to meet up for a couple of coffees (and smoothies) to help plan their big day; with inspiration from classic letterpess designs, paper pom poms, Rachel's meticulous wedmin skills and a whole lot of love we think you'll agree this wedding day was glorious. Photography by Nick Reader.


After a traditional wedding ceremony at a church close to Rachel's heart the celebrations continued with dinner and dancing at Porthilly Farm, an amazing seafront venue in Cornwall.

Marquee from South West Marquee Hire

Marquee from South West Marquee Hire

Rachel's beautiful gown was by  Suzanne Neville

Rachel's beautiful gown was by Suzanne Neville

Here's what our bride had to say about planning their nuptials...

Why did you decide to have bespoke wedding stationery? 
We wanted our mark on the day - something unique to us!

You were super hot on your wedding planning, can you give our followers 3 top tips?
Be organised, be honest with people, don't overthink every decision - it will all be fine!

The fun pom pom decorations from  Pom Pom Studios  were the inspiration for our illustrated motif that was echoed throughout Rachel & Sam's stationery.

The fun pom pom decorations from Pom Pom Studios were the inspiration for our illustrated motif that was echoed throughout Rachel & Sam's stationery.

What was the biggest surprise of the day? 
No real surprises, as I'm too organised! But I hadn't seen the band [Soulfire] and they were absolutely perfect so my risk paid off! Check them out here

And if you had to pick one moment what was the most memorable part of the day?
For Sam it was the said the first dance, I would say just enjoying everyone that came to celebrate, it was all very overwhelming - all my favourite people in one place!

Wedding cake from  The Natural Cake Company , Flowers from  Bruallen  

Wedding cake from The Natural Cake Company, Flowers from Bruallen 

...And the pièce de résistance was the signage on each table which were named after the couple's favourite motorway service stations because... well why the heck not!

REAL WEDDING // Lucy & Ben - An extra special Cypriot celebration


Today's real wedding post is an extra special post for us as it features none other than Dearly Beloved's Ben's twin sister Lucy and her new husband... also called Ben (yes, family events are confusing). Lucy and Ben tied the knot earlier this year in a beautiful, relaxed ceremony on the Cypriot coast. Wedding day photography by Dom Moore Photography.

For their greetings card style wedding invitation they chose tandem bicycle illustration as a nod to one of their favourite past times (Ben is a triathlete) and asked us to combine this with the iconic Cypriot olive branch. 


The wedding took place at one of the couple's favourite places on earth, a small sailing club near where the family used to live, with the ceremony outside an idyllic church by the sea.

Lucy and Ben planned small, intimate celebration with lots of special DIY touches; the ceremony was conducted by the groom's grandfather, flowers were sourced from a local florist, meters (and meters) and lace bunting was hand made from vintage lace curtains by the bride's mother and sister, we took care of the stationery (of course) and the whole wedding party was on hand to help with decorating the space.

As well as holding nearly a decade of memories for the Aslett family the sailing club was full of rustic charm, it was lovely to be there to add last minute touches like decorating the chalkboard with a welcome message for guests.


We made so many great memories during the week we spent in Cyprus celebrating with Lucy and Ben, wishing them a lifetime of happiness together!

Date - 13th April 2017
Venue - Dhekelia Sailing Club, Cyprus
Photography - Dom Moore Photography
Bride's dress - Chi Chi London
Groom's suit - Moss Bros.
Flowers - Locally sourced
Stationery - Dearly Beloved

A Wanderlust Wedding design for the couple who love travel


We are sharing a very special bespoke design today... The Groom Jeremy is actually Abi's big brother! We can't wait until the day he marries his wonderful Bride-to-be Rebecca.


Becky and Jeremy have planned a glamorous destination wedding on the island of Rhodes and wanted personalised wedding stationery that reflected their love of travel. We wanted to give them modern a look that felt like their very own airline (if you look closely you'll see stamps that represent each country Becky and Jeremy have visited together).


As an added touch to celebrate both families coming together we also incorporated photographs of the couple's parents on their wedding day over 30 years ago.


We are SO excited for their wedding day this May, stay tuned for more from their big day - We've no doubt it's going to be a beautiful day filled with music, love, laughter (and some excellent dance moves!)

Photography by Freckle Photography

Happy New Year!

Will 2017 be the year you get hitched?

With exciting wedding planning underway (and hopefully not too much stress) it feels great to reach the year you tie the knot... If that's you and your partner then a HUGE CONGRATULATIONS - The celebration is nearly here! Here at Dearly Beloved we know the most important thing is that you are getting married, no matter how big or small the ceremony or who sits next to who at the wedding breakfast it's important to remember one thing... It's all about you as a couple!

Your own unique wedding invitations start here...

We are proud to say that after a fantastic 2016 we are award winning designers and 100% of our couples were happy with our work.

 "Dearly Beloved was recognised by the Make Awards judges for its contemporary look and feel whilst still capturing the classical romance element all couples-to-be are after. The judges were delighted to see on-trend colours being used (rather than cream and gold) and there is also the opportunity to tailor to same-sex couples." Creative Product Director Sally Bendelow

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All our bespoke designs start with a conversation and a sketch. As experienced designers interpreting your wedding day into beautiful visuals is what we do best. Want to know more? Check out our FAQs

We can't wait to work with you to make your wedding day special, get in touch!

REAL BRIDE TAKEOVER // A vintage newspaper wedding

Today we hear from Jayne Freer our real bride, PR guru and now Dearly Beloved guest blogger, read on to hear how she found planning her glamorous, newspaper inspired wedding day.

Photograph by  Paul Slater

Photograph by Paul Slater

Guest wedding blogger Jayne Freer works as a PR Consultant in Devon helping small businesses promote their brand through media exposure whether it be digital, in print, TV, radio or through social media channels.

"Planning and organising your wedding is an exciting time of your life, but can also be very time consuming and stressful. One minute your partner is down on one knee, the next you’re buried waist-high in piles of cuttings from bridal magazines, juggling ideas for themes, creating colourful online mood boards, and wondering ‘Do I really have enough time to plan it all to perfection?’

Dearly Beloved  designed a newspaper style header which featured across the bespoke stationery including the table plan. Photograph by   Paul Slater

Dearly Beloved designed a newspaper style header which featured across the bespoke stationery including the table plan. Photograph by Paul Slater

As a journalist my entire working life has revolved around being organised and working to strict deadlines. It was no different in planning our big day. When it came to finding wedding service providers a crucial element was finding people that were as organised as me, and that I could trust to deliver the goods on time.

It was also essential for us to use as many regional suppliers as possible to ensure the cash we were splashing (and trust me, it was a lot) supported some of the fabulous local businesses we have in the South West.

Venue -  Glazebrook House Hotel , South Brent

Venue - Glazebrook House Hotel, South Brent

With so many stunning locations and potential wedding venues to choose from in the Westcountry, we were spoilt for choice. We opted for the eight-bedroomed Glazebrook House Hotel in South Brent. Behind the quintessentially English facade lies an interior that is an artistic triumph. It was its quirky British vintage vibe and restaurant headed up by Michelin-starred chef and former Masterchef winner Anton Piotrowski, that won us over.

So with venue booked it was time to piece together the rest of the day, from wedding dress and accessories, to cake, flowers and stationery, it was full steam ahead.

Jewelled headdress created by  Kye Tew Jewellery.  Photograph by   Paul Slater

Jewelled headdress created by Kye Tew Jewellery. Photograph by Paul Slater

I am delighted to say that the small, local businesses I found to help me pull together the remaining elements of our wedding were professional to the core. They included Kye Tew Jewellery of Exeter who handmade my gorgeous vintage bridal headpiece and back necklace, talented cake maker Laura, of Sugar Mamas Cakery in Tavistock, who raved about my rather unconventional but funky three-tiered cube cake complete with flakes of gold leaf, and Honors Flowers who put together stunning bouquets for my bridal party.

Each table was decorated with vintage newspaper style menus and table names, books and polaroid snaps of guests.  Photograph by   Paul Slater

Each table was decorated with vintage newspaper style menus and table names, books and polaroid snaps of guests. Photograph by Paul Slater

To help us relive the memories of our fabulous day in months and years to come, we chose the visionary eye of Paul Slater Images Ltd (a former newspaper photographer colleague of ours) to take the pictures along with ex-Royal Marine Sean Clee as a our videographer. Both captured our day perfectly and exactly to our specification.

To add the finishing touches to our vintage newspaper-themed wedding (my husband also a journalist) we needed someone with a creative eye to design our stationery.

Table names by  Dearly Beloved .  Photograph by   Paul Slater

Table names by Dearly BelovedPhotograph by Paul Slater

It was then I discovered Abi & Ben of Dearly Beloved in Plymouth. From the outset she was genuinely thrilled to take our rather unusual brief and get cracking in creating a uniform style for all our invites, menus, table plan and Orders of Service.

"We had so much fun working with Jayne & Bill. To include their journalism background they embraced their love of words with a series of quotes about love and life which featured on invitations, order of service booklets, menus and table plan." Abi & Ben,  Dearly Beloved

"We had so much fun working with Jayne & Bill. To include their journalism background they embraced their love of words with a series of quotes about love and life which featured on invitations, order of service booklets, menus and table plan." Abi & Ben, Dearly Beloved

Nothing was too much trouble and any tweaks we needed were instantly done and together we came up with something quite unique that our guests absolutely adored.

Looking back over the last 12 months of planning our big day I can honestly say I’ve worked with some of the most experienced and professional people here in the Westcountry. Who needs to look elsewhere which such talent on our doorsteps?"

Huge thanks to Jayne for sharing her story; personalised wedding's like Jayne and Bill's are what we at Dearly Beloved are all about.  Get in touch to talk about how we can create a bespoke look for your wedding celebration.

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