Photographing weddings in my home village is always special for me. Jenna & Paul’s Flore wedding was a fabulous occasion in late summer this year with all their guests in raptures about the day. They married in our village church followed by a garden marquee reception celebrating with family and friends.
Blue has been a popular colour at weddings this year and I love how Jenna and Paul have used it to incorporate Paul’s Scottish heritage into their day, and to compliment their rustic styling. They managed to combine tradition with a relaxed vibe just perfectly. And what’s not to adore about one of our renowned local donkeys whisking them to and from church!
As it had been a late afternoon ceremony the party celebrations quickly got underway but we still managed to squeeze in a few minutes for the newlyweds alone in the walled garden
Afterwards the couple were greeted with rapturous applause as they re-joined guests ready for speeches in the gorgeous traditional wooden poled marquee by Be Upstanding Marquees . Like a few other weddings this year Paul chose two best men who made for double the laughs. The central position of the top table was great for me to capture the fun …
After everyone was treated to a scrumptious barbecue, cake cutting and dancing soon got underway and after Jenna & Paul led the way with their first dance guests needed no encouragement to join in and follow the dance floor rules!
And so they danced on into the night. What a great celebration of the start of their ‘happily ever after’ x