Having dreamt about getting married outside, Laura Adams and Robert Booth found the perfect spot at Cliff edge at Niarbyl Bay on the Isle of Man. The couple licensed an area of grass, (which meant they would be the only people getting married there) overlooking the sea and were married on the 25 July 2015. The site itself is considered an asset of the Manx National Heritage.
Laura and Rob wanted their wedding day to be relaxed and family friendly and asked guests to dress accordingly without ties and hats. The bride looked stunning in a Caroline Castigliano Paris US fishtail gown with a bespoke long line Rosalina shrug.
Laura and Rob decided to have a top table for just the two of them which meant they had a a chance to talk to each other and see all their family and friends enjoying themselves.
What did you love the most about your Caroline Castigliano designer wedding gown:
“The fit was perfect and even though it was figure hugging I felt completely comfortable all day. Rob doesn’t like wedding dresses but this simple elegant design was perfect and he said it was stunning”.
Laura’s tip for brides to be would be: “Have the ceremony around three so you can enjoy getting ready in the morning and the day flows nicely in to evening celebrations without a lull in the middle of the day”.
Designer wedding dress: Caroline Castigliano
Wedding photographer: Shan Fisher
Venue: Niarbyl Cafe
Flowers: The Flower Studio
Bridesmaids dresses: Topshop
Carnival entertainment: The Play People
Cake topper: Unique wedding cake toppers