We decided on an October wedding because there’s no controlling Cornish weather. This time of year can often be staggeringly gorgeous and most of the emmets (holiday makers) have gone. Whether it be storms or sunshine, October 2020 will be a banger month starting with us getting married and finishing with Rebecca turning 30 at the end. Our plan is to head to beach in the morning for a non-obligatory swim- your best black trunks/bikinis/wetsuits - a brightly coloured bucket for sandcastles - a warm beach towelWe’ll be heading back to the beach (weather permitting) in the afternoon for the ceremony, once our glad rags are on- sensible shoes for getting down the coastal path to the beach- a really good anorak just incase of showers or mizzle- probably give the ornate Philip Tracey hat a miss- an outfit that you look and feel great in for a relaxed weddingWARNING: Cornish winds have no mercy for millinery or umbrellas. The evening ends with a feast and a dance in the venue- dancing shoes for getting DOWNWe’re hoping people might extend their stay for a bit and hang out with us for the hangover, so bring your walking boots if you’re staying on!