Rosie and Jonny got married in a beautiful little church not far from the brides parents house where she grew up. I got to Rosie’s parents house in the morning expecting the usual chaos, but it was all remarkably calm and collected. Mother of the bride and chief bridesmaid sister helped with the finishing touches getting ready, she looked the perfect bride in her gorgeous dress. At the church the groom was looking excited and nervous, but that soon changed to overjoyed when he caught the first glimpse of his stunning bride walking down the aisle. It was a beautiful service and made extra special as the vicar conducting the ceremony was the groom’s father. After the lovely service everyone enjoyed a cup of tea while all the groups photos took place in the church gardens before heading to the reception. After the bride and groom were waved off we all drove a few miles down the road to the brides Grandparents home where the reception was being held. The house was surrounded by fields and a marquee had been erected in their garden, the perfect English garden wedding. It was a warm sunny day, all the children were having fun running around while the rest of the party enjoyed a nice cold Pimms and celebrated with the newly weds. The marquee had been dressed with a real sense of rustic country style, bright coloured flowers, hints of lavender and a yummy looking naked cake (my favourite!). After the wedding breakfast the speeches had everyone in stitches and with the bride and groom looking like they were having the time of their lives. As the evening rolled on the band set up and it was time for the first dance then dance floor filled as everyone was ready to party and show off their moves!
It was a truly beautiful wedding for a lovely young couple who are clearly head over heals in love. Congratulations!!!