Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life and something you will remember forever. It therefore needs to be individually customised. We are dedicated to turning your wildest dreams into reality. The journey starts with a brainstorming session and we then design a personalised moodboard for you, a combination of your ideas and ours. Once we know exactly what you most want we will hook you up with the right team, and we will come up with extraordinary and inspiring ideas to enhance your perfect day. We will be on hand to help with everything until the big day itself.
We know lots of fabulous locations to suit every style and budget, and once we get an understanding of your requirments we will take you around and show you the ones that we think will tick your boxes.
Blackberry Farm, where Moonspinner Weddings is based, is set on Somerset’s beautiful Blackdown Hills. Undulating meadows and meandering streams are home to fabulous Dexter and Hereford beef herds, sheep and lambs. This stunning location can be used as the venue for your wedding or special event, if you wish. The wildflower summer meadows, framed by ancient oak trees, are the perfect backdrop for your marquee. Your guests can even pitch their tents and stay the night, for a truly unforgettable experience.
Choosing the right photographer is a very important decision and something you need to arrange early on in the planning. Having worked as a stylist on international newspapers and magazines, Tor has a phonebook listing many renowned photographers who have worked for Vogue, Brides magazine and other leading publications.
We are happy to discuss menus and all of your catering requirements. In keeping with the ethos of how we live, our food is seasonal whenever possible and locally sourced. A lot of the meat is reared here at Blackberry Farm and salads and fruits are from the kitchen garden. We have cooked and styled food for exclusive events for the last fifteen years. If you have a different caterer in mind we are delighted to liase closely with them so that the overall style is cohesive. To see more of what we do, check out Tor's blog;