When you go treehouse glamping in Sussex at our treehouse destination you may not have this in mind- a couple devoted to being conservationists have tied the knot in a truly special way- in a tree house in the South West.
The newly-weds, Olivia Haggis and Charles-Albert Phetre, took to the treetops at the exclusive luxury tree house near Chulmleigh, North Devon.
The theme of the wedding, which as you can imagine, provided the pair with some spectacular photos, was the ideal setting for the this loved-up conservationist couple who are just about to set off to the Congo for a 24 month project where they will be studying pygmy chimpanzees.
Olivia described the venue as “stunning”.
Just to go one step further they marked the occasion by planting a hazelnut tree as a living reminder of their special day.
The couple chose “Monkey Song” to be played in the ceremony and they enjoyed a relaxing stay overnight in the treehouse- a far cry from their London.
The tree top accommodation took a total of four months to put together originally and has been constructed on a 250 year-old oak tree.
Who wouldn’t want to get married in such a spectacularly amazing setting? Don’t worry if you’re not getting married though, you can enjoy a treehouse holiday with us too!