Today over on the blog, we’re super excited to be sharing the gorgeous images from G&M’s wedding day last summer. Held at the family home, it was a stunning outdoor wedding and we provided our ‘On the Day Management‘ package specifically for outdoor wedding celebrations. Let’s dive on in!
Getting ready with style!
Preparations in the morning were in full swing prior to the church wedding ceremony! The Tipi (supplied by Sami Tipi) had been put up a few days prior so all that was left to do was to finalise the various decoration and styling aspects from Tickety Boo Events. Oh and get the beer on ice! I personally LOVED the glass tea light jars over the bridge (more to come on those later!).
Who doesn't LOVE a confetti shot!
And they were married!!! One of my regular tasks on a wedding day is to help the photographer corrale the guests for the confetti shot. This one even had confetti cannons which worked out perfectly.
Time for photos!
I’m so in LOVE with all the photos from G&M’s wedding day. There were so many beautiful touches such as
- the family friends VW campervan which was in immaculate condition
- walking into the nearby forest for some spectacular couples photos – look at that wedding bouquet from Campbell’s Flowers! Perfect!
- the beer boat! (no wheelbarrows in sight – it was a boat!)
- the Pimp your Prosecco Bar (see photo gallery at the bottom)
- and that dress! WOW!
Let the party commence
And after cutting the cake the party truly did start! Gold confetti canons were set off during the first dance with great applause. There was a band and then the brides brother was the evening’s DJ. Check out the effect from the glass tea light jars below as well. Magical!
And as the sun sets
The team behind this awesome outdoor wedding
That black & white cat weddings (that’s us!)
Only Lovers Photography
Treats 4 Hair
Agency – Portraits Bridal
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