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Tipi’s, a relaxed couple, great speeches and partying into the night – all these spring to mind when I remember Kim & David’s wedding. And a huge meal. I only had one course, and I didn’t manage to eat all of that (and I have a good appetite – especially on a wedding day)
Kim & David married in a ceremony at Eyam Parish Church. Eyam church is very famous throughout Derbyshire as the community of Eyam quarantined themselves to stop the plague spreading. No-one left the village, and deliveries were made at the town’s borders to avoid contact. The ceremony was intimate, and everyone was so excited that they launched straight into throwing confetti as Kim & David left the church.
They then bussed out all their guests to Brosterfield farm – a tranquil country setting in the Derbyshire Peak District – where Peak Tipis had set up three giant Kata’s for them. They drank Prosecco and ate canapes to the sounds of an acoustic singer. The ensuing celebrations were great fun for adults and children alike – with the speeches being both moving and funny. They partied into the night to live music.
Here are some of my favourite images of the day –