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A wedding on the north Cornish coast

Are you dreaming of a Cornish coastal wedding?

There are so many truly beautiful venues to choose from in North Cornwall with a fantastic selection of self-catering properties nearby.

Discover a network of talented and unique local suppliers who can provide everything from wedding planning and styling to flowers and favours.

Our Marketing Manager Katy recently celebrated her special day at the beautiful Porthilly Cove, just down the road from the Latitude50 office.

Here's a little inspiration to get you started...

There's something special about a Cornish country church. St Michael's church at Porthilly, Rock is set right above the beach beside the Camel Estuary
From the tidal beach you can look across the water to Padstow and at low tide Porthilly beach joins with Rock beach
Only a short walk from the church is Porthilly Farm. Here you can hire the field alongside the estuary for a marquee reception. Drone photography by James Cryan
Porthilly is where the famous Porthilly mussels and oysters are farmed. Drone photography by James Cryan
You will discover empty mussel shells scattered around the beach and church yard
When it comes to wedding stationary why not take inspiration from your surroundings? Illustrations here created by local artist Nicole Heidaripour
A traditional marquee provided by Coast2Coast and festoon lighting provided by LPM Bohemia
Place settings inspired by the local beaches and created with gold calligraphy by Kayleigh Tarrant
A simple but beautiful bouquet of roses tied with hand dyed silk by local florists Wadebridge Flowers
Large flower installations created by local wedding stylist Elle Grime of Inspire Hire
A vintage Morris Minor fits well with the country theme and accessorized with a eucalyptus wreath. Car and driver supplied by Love Cornwall Weddings
Sunshine is not guaranteed even in June! Embrace the weather and be ready with props such as white umbrellas and wellies
Beautifully presented canapes keep guests happy. Provided by Rock-based caterer Fee Turner
You can't have a Cornish wedding without some delicious local ice-cream. Here it's paired with blackcurrant sorbet
Keep your guests entertained at the reception. Local, Joss White created a relaxed, coastal vibe with his acoustic repertoire
Beach waves created by local hairdresser Lisa Gadsby Wedding Hair Specialist and make-up by Lindsay Adams
The beauty of a marquee wedding is your whole family can join in, even the four-legged variety! Here miniature Daschund Luna sports a floral collar created by Elle of Inspire Hire
Want to make a statement with your bar? Here the lovingly restored airstream caravan named 'the Buffalo bar' serves guests with custom made cocktails and local craft beers
Enjoy your first dance beside the water with plenty of space for your guests to join in
With a whole field to yourselves, you can steal away moments for just the two of you
Make the most of the outdoor space and light the fire pit as the sun goes down. Vintage deckchairs provided by Cornish based prop hire company Box & Cox
Family of the bride and groom enjoyed the wedding week at Pipers End, a Latitude50 property set above Porthilly beach
A wedding by the coast provides a magical backdrop for photographs. Photography by Rebecca Rees from A Thing Like That Photography, based in Cornwall

If you need any recommendations for your upcoming wedding on the North Cornish coast then please give us a call and ask for Katy (she won't need an excuse to talk weddings)!

Latitude50 have a fantastic range of self-catering properties all within close proximity to local churches including St Michael's Church at Porthilly, St Enodoc Church at Daymer Bay, St Minver Church, St Kew Church and St Endellion Church. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements.

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