Following Rebecca & Giles' wedding ceremony in Part I at St Magdalene Church in Castleton we headed to Sherborne Castle for their reception. Sherborne Castle is an impressive building and is set in the most beautiful countryside.
Drinks reception was held in the Orangery, which is set in the formal gardens. We went off with the couple around the grounds, where we really were spoilt for choice with so many beautiful backdrops to choose from.
The couples evening celebrations were held in a marquee beside the lake. The Marquee was beautifully decorated by Giles' mum, who put flowers from her garden into vintage teacups on each table.
After the wedding breakfast and as the sun was setting we headed down to the boathouse beside the lake with Rebecca & Giles to make the most of the late summer light.
We wish Rebecca & Giles all the best and it was a pleasure to be your photographers for the day!
Rebecca and Giles got married on 10th September at The Church of St Mary Magdalene in Castleton, Sherborne. Castleton Church is nextdoor to the Sherborne Old Castle ruins just over the lake from the couples reception venue.
We began the day in the village of East Coker at Giles parents house where Rebecca and her Bridesmaids were getting ready. Scott popped down the road to meet Giles and the boys at the local pub before they made their way to church.
St Mary Magdalene is a quaint Norman Church and quite unusual inside and out. Following the ceremony we all travelled a stone's throw away to the other side of the lake where another Castle awaited.
Rebecca & Giles arrived at Sherborne Castle in their white Rolls Royce to see Part II of their wedding click here.
Rebecca and Giles were wed in Sherborne. Their reception was held at the beautiful Sherborne Castle. Here are a couple of our favourite photographs from their day to tide you over until the full blog post is up!
Following Sam & Alex's wedding ceremony at the impressive Christ Church, Clifton in Part I we headed towards Clifton Suspension Bridge one of Sam & Alex's favourite spots in Bristol. We then made our way through Clifton village on the hunt for one of the many Gorilla's from the 'Wow Gorilla' public art project to celebrate the 175th annivesary of Bristol Zoo Gardens. I am pleased to report we found one in a quiet courtyard.
Sam & Alex's reception took place aboard Brunel's SS Great Britain, a huge ship, which you may remember from their engagement shoot! It was a really fun venue and guests enjoyed exploring all areas of the ship during the evening. Drinks reception took place on the top deck and the wedding breakfast was below deck in the banquetting room, which has a lot the ship's original features.
We thouroughly enjoyed our day with Sam, Alex and all their guests and wish them all the best!
Samantha & Alex got married on 20th August at the beautiful Christ Church in Clifton, Bristol. The church is an impressive building with a tall steeple and is a short distance from the Clifton Suspension Bridge, which we headed to following the ceremony in Part II.
We met up with Samantha and the girls at The Bristol Hotel, where they were getting ready. Everybody was very chilled out in the morning and we could hear a Saxophonist playing outside the hotel window, which helped set the mood.
The photographs begin with Sam's stunning Karen Millen shoes complete with bling, aren't they gorgeous! I also love the bright pink Bridesmaid's dresses.
The ceremony was again laid back and Samantha and Alex were beaming throughout. I love the smiles Alex gave Sam during the hymns.
Follow the second part of Sam & Alex's wedding aboard Brunel's SS Great Britain.