The table centrepieces at the reception consisted of four different jars, which were decorated by Natasha with rustic style twine, filled with bunches of flowers. The couple numbered their tables but let the guests choose where they sat.
As an extra special touch, Ben and Natasha decided to eschew the traditional guest book in favour of a stack of Jenga bricks their guests could sign. This way they have a sentimental memento of their special day that they can use in the future.
Ben and Natasha hired a DJ for their evening party, and put together a suggested list of songs. They were really pleased with the playlist and the dance floor was full all night! The newlyweds shared their first dance to ‘The Way You Look Tonight’ by Elton John. They also arranged a father/daughter and mother/son dance to ‘How Sweet It Is’ by James Taylor as a surprise.