We are delighted that Jess & Andy's beautiful outdoor wedding at Nymans Garden in West Sussex is featured in the December/January Issue of Wedding Magazine. Go take a peek!
We met Amy & Chris at their beautifully renovated hill top home in Bradford-on-Avon, not far from the city of Bath. We managed to dodge the showers and the grey skies cleared just in time for their engagement session.
Chris was a perfect tour guide, showing us Amy & his favourite spots, we wandered past grand Georgian buildings, went down to the river Avon, passed an old Saxon church and on to a 14th century Tythe Barn. The leaves were changing colour and the winter sun was low. We really enjoyed finding out more about Amy & Chris' wedding plans. They are getting married at a very special venue in Bath, The Roman Baths & are then partying in The Pump Rooms next door.
We are looking forward to meeting Amy's family from Canada and all their friends & family who will be sharing Amy & Chris' celebrations early next year!
Here are a few favourites from Callie & Graham's relaxed wedding in the Dorset countryside. Callie & Graham got married in Tarrant Hinton village church. Callie arrived with the bridal party in a gorgeous orange VW camper van. Their church was filled with Autumn flowers and oranges.
Following the ceremony everyone ventured down winding country roads to The Langton Arms, where local food and ales were served and everyone partied the night away!
"Thank you so much for all your time leading up to and on our wedding day. It was a pleasure to meet and work with you both. We will be sure to recommend you!"
Natasha & Jonathan fell in love with The Larmer Tree Gardens, where they held their garden party wedding reception and they got married in the beautiful village church, St. Peter ad Vincula in Tollard Royal, Wiltshire. We took a look around the gardens for their engagement shoot to catch up on their wedding plans.
Natasha & Jon had an elegant garden wedding with lanterns, cocktails & wildflowers. The afternoon was full of garden games, music & laughter. I began the day at The Museum Inn in Farnham, where the bridal preparations were underway; meanwhile Scott headed deep into the Wiltshire countryside to meet Jon & the boys, who spent the morning clay pigeon shooting before heading to King John Inn to get ready.
I loved Natasha's elegant wedding dress, which she had especially made. Natasha & Jon's ceremony was charming and the celebrations at the Larmer Tree Gardens were magical! I loved Natasha's handmade floating flower lanterns which were placed on the lake by guests as they made a wish.
"Thank you so much for all the hard work you've put in to creating such perfect images and giving us a treasure chest of memories that we can keep forever.
Everyone who has seen the photos so far has remarked on how beautiful they are, so thank you again for the amazing pictures and for spending so much time documenting our day."
Sarah & Matt planned a homely wedding with a country fair feel, which they shared with their family & friends. Their wedding was full of beaming smiles, lots of laughter & cake, there was a lot of cake! With Sarah's love of the countryside & Matt's love of the outdoors (Matt is an avid surfer) having a Humanist ceremony at the stone circle at Huntstile Organic Farm was the perfect setting for them!
Guests who arrived at Huntstile farm in the morning were greeted by the goats; They gathered in the farm house before making their way to the hilltop stone circle, where the wedding ceremony took place, a tractor ride away!
It is hard to describe the view from the stone circle, you can see across Somerset to the Quantock hills, I will let the pictures do the talking! Sarah & Matt wrote their own vows to each other & Sarah got quite emotional reading them; there were tears & giggles throughout the ceremony. Matt & Sarah also chose to have a hand fasting ceremony, a pagan tradition where the couples hands our bound together with ribbon.
Sarah & Matt's day included a bake-off, where guests brought along many wonderful creations, which following the ceremony were judged by all! There was a coconut shy, a wildlife quiz & guess the number of sweeties in the jar, which everyone enjoyed. A guitarist played in the gardens in the evening and everyone danced along before making their way to the disco. The sun set over the farm and we left everyone to party the night away.