A MULTICULTURAL WEDDING AT SOUTH FARM IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE
SHEVY + ALEX
Shevy and Alex got married at South Farm, which is a farm in Cambridgeshire with countryside views. It was such a happy day and even the rain didn’t dampen the day!
The ceremony was a beautiful service in a beautiful room. During the ceremony, they read their own vows. It was very emotional.
They decorated the area with flowers, which I loved. The reception was in the barn at South Farm – I love this venue because Outside there is this gorgeous garden with some caravans making me feeling in a farm-festival. Weddings at South Farm are amazing because the light is incredible.
Why South Farm is a great place to get married?
South Farm is perfect for anyone who loves the outdoors and is one of the loveliest places to get married in Cambridgeshire. The venue offers an onsite hotel so guests don’t have to travel home – and there are loads of amazing places that are perfect for photos.
What makes a multicultural wedding be unique?
Shevy’s family is from Sri Lanka and they brought the very typical Sri Lankan ritual, the lighting of the traditional oil lamp. The oil lamp represents the light of wisdom, which is one of Buddha’s many qualities. After this ritual, they headed to the dance floor with live music and lots of fun! They finished off the evening with a ‘last dance’.
Shevy wore a stunning saree and Alex wore a navy suit and they looked really perfect.
The couple got in touch with me one year before their wedding. Shevy is twins sister with Dilhara which I did her wedding 2 years before, so I had this connection with their family. And guess what?? Dilhara juts had a baby one week before this wedding what such great moments for their family!
As always I love photographing multicultural weddings and always leave the party amused by the different rituals that I saw.
If you’re planning a wedding at South Farm, get in touch!
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