Sarah ordered masses of different seeds, from chilli to carob to sunflower, and put them into tiny glass vials with corks. She attached an anchor print tag to each vial and wrote the type of seed on the back, before placing them into brown paper bags which were stamped with octopuses and the words ‘thank you’. Each bag was sealed with a personalised sticker that featured Rhys and Sarah’s initials, ordered from Etsy.
Although not much décor was needed at the reception, candles in twine wrapped jars were dotted around, as were tea lights. The bride and groom had toyed with the idea of getting a photo booth, but decided to rely on their photographer to snap away, and have a really big dance floor instead.
Instead of a DJ, the couple sent out song requests with their invitations and made an awesome playlist, which was played through the PA system. Nobody needed any encouragement to get on the dancefloor!