Elopement weddings are special, intimate occasions and it’s such a privilege for us to have Jane and Clive share their day with us.
Jane and Clive said their ‘I do’s’ at Burgh Island Hotel and it’s such a fitting, unique and magical place for a romantic elopement. Built in the style of a shining white ocean liner, moored on its own tidal island, surrounded by golden beaches and sparkling sea, Burgh Island Hotel oozes 1930’s glitz and glamour. Such a fabulous setting for a stylish couple.
Jane and Clive wrote exchanged their own personal wedding vows in a heartfelt ceremony, with the sophisticated art deco backdrop providing a timeless quality to the proceedings.
Heading outside, Jane and Clive had the stunning South Devon coastline, bathed in summer sunshine as the backdrop for more gorgeous photos.
We absolutely love all the details of Jane and Clive’s day from Jane’s exquisite butterfly and dragon fly gold head dress to their charming art deco cake which echoed the mood of their venue perfectly.
Over to Clive and Jane now to tell us more about their day.
What was the style of your wedding?
Elopement wedding, carefree.
How did you make your day feel really personal to you as a couple?
Mostly because it was just us, and that Burgh Island is a truly magical place , and we wrote our own vows.
How did you decide on your venue?
we wanted to get married by the sea, and Burgh Island was just the perfect place, as it becomes cut off from the mainland by the sea, which makes it a very special and romantic place.
Tell us about your wedding outfits
I wore a lovely very pretty full length wedding dress, I also wore a butterfly and dragon fly gold head dress.
My husband had two outfits for the day, both were hand made.
What was your standout moment of your day?
When we actually exchanged our own personal wedding vows, it was so emotional, happy, funny and totally heartfelt.
What are your top tips for other couples planning their wedding?
Keep the guest list as small as possible, concentrate on you two.