This was a very swift follow on from a wedding the day before but me oh my it was a very welcome one.
A wedding bursting at the seams with creativity, I knew from the moment I saw the incredible dress that the day would unfold in a similar vein. That dress! (props to Lulu’s incredibly talented sister Jo Cook for making it)
Given the fact that the bride and I go back a long way, it was rather special and moving to be invited to capture this momentous day. These two have really walked together, chosen one another, and are so clearly mad about each other. It was indeed a glorious and good thing when ‘I Do’ happened.
The service itself was very special- not to mention a remarkable feat of getting the 200 guests into this beautiful little church, with the amazing collection of musicians taking up a third of the space! It felt incredibly intimate in the best sense.
The sun was shining all day, the marquee was exquisite, overflowing with homemade beautiful origami cranes, with views of the church nestled amongst Gloucestershire countryside. This was a day packed with fun, incredible music, hilarious and heart felt speeches, superb and strong dance moves, delicious food and tremendous people.
This is a well loved couple, who I know will be powerfully used and will bless many.