Such a pretty wedding on a rather cold day but it was so fab we missed the rain!
Rebekah got ready with her bridesmaids in the beautiful bridal suite at The Close Hotel in Tetbury. I think you’ll agree that her dress is absolutely stunning!
Rebekah and Stuart met for their ceremony at St Johns the Baptist Church in Randwick, Stroud, about a 20 minute drive away. Here I met the boys , who all seemed to be having a right laugh meeting all the wedding guests.
The Camper van they’d hired for the day was personalised with there names on- Such a great idea! This is how they arrived at the gorgeous Kingscote Barn which won best wedding venue at the ‘Wedding Industry awards 2013′
Such lovely, lovely family and friends and an absolute pleasure to spend the day with. Heres a little taster of their day.
My first wedding of 2013 at The Bear of Rodborough in Stroud. It was a small intimate wedding with just very close family and friends. Everyone was extremely lovely! Julie and Ben looked so happy together and were an absolute pleasure to photograph. Congratulations guys =)
I believe I might here a little pitter patter of foot steps soon too??? AMAZING!!
Heres a few pics form an engagement shoot I did over the summer. We went to the lovely Pittville Pump rooms and had a nice wonder round the park too. Lucy & Sanjay are getting married next May so this was brilliant practice for them and it was soooo lovely to get to know them even more before the big day!
I thought I’d share a few shots from a new born baby photo shoot I did back in August in Cheltenham. Olivia was only 11 days old in these images and she is just so scrummy!! She stayed asleep through the majority of the photo shoot which was perfect and we even got a few eyes open at the end. I really enjoyed this shoot, Rachel and Stew should be very proud of their gorgeous new little bundle!
Sudeley Castle certainly set the scene for this beautiful wedding. Winchcombe is a gorgeous village in the Cotswolds with so much countryside and stunning scenery.
The thunder and lightening in the morning didn’t dampen the mood for the rest of the day – the sun decided to come and join us just as the ceremony in the chapel had come to an end. This gave us a great opportunity for photos and we definitely made the most of the gardens, ruins and landscapes surrounding Sudelely Castle.
Xinbo & Zeshi are such a lovely, bubbly couple and really wanted a true English wedding and that’s exactly what they had! I really hope their Chinese relatives enjoyed every moment.