Mr & Mrs Horn – Lincoln Castle, Lincolnshire

Saturday 15th July 2017

Jo and Rob (and not forgetting their all important daughter Ella) were an absolute joy to work with from the minute we met with them and we have never worked with such a laid back couple (in the best way!) who definitely didn’t get bogged down in the minor details and really just couldn’t wait to tie the knot!

After choosing the immensely meaningful Lincoln Castle as their venue which held a special place in their hearts after regularly visiting the historical site as a family, Jo and Rob turned their sights to the catering and after being an avid follower of our Facebook page and working with us for her hen party, Jo claimed it was a no brainer that they chose Black Peppermint Food Co to be part of their big day too!

Choosing to have their ceremony in their local church; Jo, Rob and their guests then made their way to Lincoln Castle where they had drinks and canapés in the exercise yard and having opted for black pudding fritters with homemade brown sauce and spiced crab cakes with wasabi mayonnaise as part of their selection, kept guests fed and watered whilst having some formal photographs. The wedding party then moved through to the Victorian prison (which whilst may not be your typical wedding venue, again meant the world to the newest Mr and Mrs Horn and looked absolutely stunning) where they tucked into a three course meal. Jo and Rob knew they wanted to keep their meal as informal as possible so opted for a sharing main course which went down a storm with all their guests!

The wedding party moved to the Castle grounds after their wedding breakfast where they had an absolute blast in tipis for their evening reception and tucked into evening food of fish ‘n’ chips and cheese and biscuits all whilst keeping us busy on the bar!

What a wonderful day it was and our biggest congratulations were sent to the newest Mr and Mrs Horn as they honeymooned in the South of France – just perfect!

Photographs by the wonderful Natural Expressions Photography