I had SUCH a lovely time shooting this wedding at the gorgeous Wilde Lodge. It was a super chilled yet rather emotional occasion – just stuffed full of love.
On the 1st of June, Sam & Jamie, along with their children, performed a hand fasting ceremony to solidify their marriage. The hand-made cords included pendants of a Lily and a Robin to represent their children.
There were some lovely details throughout the day :-
Home made bunting,
Performances and readings were done by family and friends – a talented bunch indeed!
Croquet on the lawn,
The children picked flowers and decorated the cake at the end of the meal,
And I loved the local cat…
The venue of Wilde Lodge is regal, intimate and surrounded by beautiful nature – Jemma and her team provide a fantastic service too – the food looked epic! I’m rather excited to shoot another wedding here at the end of the month 🙂
A massive congratulations to Sam and Jamie in your new wedded bliss!
What a LUSH Bride and Groom I got for this wedding…they were serious fun!
I shot Ceri’s lovely sister’s wedding a few years ago, so it was great going back to a family I knew, with a few more cute wee additions!
Following tradition Ceri and Ed had the wedding at Carno Chapel with their tipi reception tent just a stones throw away. It was such a lovely relaxed day all being close together … In fact you can see the chapel, tent and family house in the background of their couple shots on the hill!
It was a pleasure to photograph a couple that were so close. Ceri & Ed have been together for over 12 years and you can see that bond – an absolutely fab couple!
Highlights of the day for me were…
Ceri getting putting the ring on the wrong finger and having a laughing fit,
Ed getting a confetti bomb to the face (sorry Ed, but it was hilarious),
Ceri nearly went flying onto mud during the couple shots but she just laughed – What a gal!
Amazing bridesmaids – the big ones and little ones,
Night time face gems for everyone,
Some serious dance floor action!
All in all this was an absolute corker.
Congrats to Ceri & Ed – I wish you all the best with lots of laughs to come (although I think that’s a given with Ceri around)!
I got to photograph this lovely bunch at the beginning of October … the Groom being the little brother of a friend and past Bride of mine – Faye!
I started off at Kinlet Church in Shropshire and went onto the beautiful Kinlet Hall for the reception. This new wedding venue is bursting with gorgeous backdrops and detail – I’d certainly recommend it!
Doug and Natalie are childhood sweethearts, so it was lovely to see them tie the knot. They were adorable together and delightful to photograph.