JP and Natasha became husband and wife at the Nutcracker on a working pecan nut farm. They knew straight away this was the venue they wanted to get married in, as it suited Natasha’s style perfectly – it was rustic, elegant and old fashioned.
The bride walked down the aisle with her father, whom she describes as her ‘hero’, to the sound of David Cain’s ‘Bridal March’. Natasha describes her wedding ceremony as ‘so real and emotional’.
After the couple were married, the celebrations continued at the same venue, which was decorated with lots of roses, pink, dusky purple and pewter. The newlyweds and their guests tucked into an exceptional wedding breakfast which featured fillet and chicken and vegetables.
Each guest was seated at a different antique chair at the reception, for a really original and quirky look.