The Langton Arms
You may remember Jenny and Sam from their engagement shoot on Sandbanks Beach in Poole. Jenny & Sam got married at Jenny's family church in Broadstone, Poole just down the road from her parent's house.
We started the day with Jenny & the Bridesmaids before making our way to St John's church where we met Sam and the boys. Jenny & Sam's friends had been given video camera's to help document the day from Shoot it yourself, they had a lot of fun filming throughout the day!
Jenny & Sam's marquee wedding reception was held at The Langton Arms, a beautiful thatched pub in the Dorset countryside. Jenny had spent months making bunting, 'Just Married' cushions, and her own wedding cake (including all the little individual daisies which decorate the cake) , the marquee looked beautiful! Jenny & Sam are both sporty and so it seemed only right that their wedding incorporated sport in some way. The table names were Olympic Winners, such as Christie, Gunnell & Redgrave and as you can see during the drinks reception the boys had fun having a kick about..there's always one that kicks it into the hedge!
Jenny & Sam's wedding took place on the Queen's Diamond Jubilee weekend, hence a special visit from her Royal Highness during the speeches. We hope Jenny & Sam are enjoying their honeymoon in Costa Rica!
Over the Jubilee weekend we spent the day with Jenny & Sam celebrating their wedding in the Dorset countryside. They had a relaxed day with many DIY touches, made by Jenny herself. Their marquee was decorated with homemade bunting and Jenny even made her own wedding cake!
More photos from Jenny & Sam's day will be coming soon!
Following Part I of Alyssa & James ceremony at St. Johns Churh in Wimborne, guests made their way down the country lanes to The Langton Arms, a thatched pub in the typical Dorset village of Tarrant Monkton.
We made our way with Alyssa & James down to the ford and to Taddlestones cottage, where Scott photographed the guys getting ready earlier that day.
Tarrant Monkton has to be one of the prettiest villages in Dorset. The cottages are picture perfect! The weeping willow and cottage garden are both lovely spots to take photographs.
The wedding breakfast was held in a marquee, which had been decked out with vases of bright sunflowers on each table and they had sunflower cupcakes to match!
The dance floor was decked out with bunting and it's here we left the couple and guests to dance the night away!
Alyssa & James got married on 30th July at St. Johns chuch in Wimborne. They celebrated the rest of their wedding day at the beautiful thatched Inn, The Langton Arms.
Here is a photograph of Alyssa & James walking down a country lane in the village of Tarrant Monkton. I love how the light has caught the Alyssa's veil as they walk hand in hand.