Cotswolds Wedding Venues – My Top 5!

Congratulations on your engagement! If you are looking for a Cotswolds wedding venue or Cotswolds wedding photographer, I can totally help you out. Searching for the perfect wedding venue can be tricky but I am going to take the stress away by giving you the rundown of my top five wedding venues in the Cotswolds!


A little bit about me…

I’m an ex-Londoner who fell in love with The Cotswolds followed by my Soul Mate and married him because I believe in love. I am a Mummy to a gorgeous 6-year-old boy and 3 furbabies.

 

Why wedding photography?

Weddings excite me! I arrive with my brides in the morning ready to have a blinding day! Being a bubbly person with a quick laugh and a natural ability to make people feel at ease, I am able to create effortless magical images. I love to watch how my couples interact with each other meaning that I can shoot their wedding accordingly. So that being said, no two weddings that I photograph will ever look the same. The longer I have been in this industry, the more I have come to realise that ‘like goes to like’. I am a tattooed wife of a rock guitarist and daughter of a rock drummer and extremely proud to be known as a passionate soul that takes life with both hands and shakes it hard with grit and determination!

 

How I became a wedding photographer in the Cotswolds…

I always had a passion for art from a young age and with that creative flow came to a career in Performing Arts. As I grew older my creativity naturally swayed over to imagery and now I find myself happier behind the lens than I ever was in front.  I have always marched to the beat of my own drum. It took me until I was 30 to find a career I was totally passionate about and how to harness my personality into my work to create dynamic, emotional and fun portraiture.


Why I am a good person to give you wedding venue advice…

As a wedding photographer, I have the unique position of visiting a wedding venue as a guest, a supplier and a work colleague. Wedding photographers are invited to be a large part of the wedding day by the Bride and Groom and whilst we are there to work, we are also looked after as a guest by the venue. Wedding photographers get to see all the behind-the-scenes organisation. We work closely with the wedding venue, their event co-coordinators and caterers, everyone has their role to play and communication is key.

The majority of wedding suppliers are involved in sections of either preparations or the actual day, such as cake makers, florists, makeup and hair artists etc. As photographers, we are with our couples for 8-10 hours of their special day, mingling with their guests and we see everything as a guest would. We also see all the ‘Back of House’ organisation and work closely with the venue, their co-coordinators and caterers. Everyone has their role to play and communication is key. The photographer wouldn’t want to hold up food service by the official group photos running late and we also work together if anything needs tweaking due to inclement weather.


Now for the Cotswold Wedding Venues!

There are loads of wedding venues in the Cotswolds including castles, hotels, stately homes, country manors and wedding barns, you can even get married at a vineyard! I am positive that you and your fiancé will fall in love with one of these Cotswold Wedding Venues, so without further ado, grab a cuppa or a glass of vino and browse my favourite Cotswold Wedding Venues below.

My top Cotswold Wedding Venues in no particular order:

Stone Barn

Matara

Oxleaze

Slaughters

Kingscote

Clicking the links in each section which will take you to weddings I have photographed at that wedding venue.

P.S. Don’t forget to enjoy your wedding planning!


Stone Barn Wedding Venue

Upper Windrush, Cheltenham wedding Venue

I have a real soft spot for Stone Barn, a historic wedding venue in the Cotswolds. This venue is part of the Cripps and Co. wedding venue group. Stone Barn has a sister wedding venue called Cripps Barn, also in the Cotswolds and rather beautiful! Stone Barn has a wooden shelter in the Stone Barn grounds, which provides an idyllic spot for outdoor ceremonies in the summer, with sweeping views over the glorious Cotswold countryside.

I am a BIG fan of anywhere with twinkly lights! From their gallery, the confetti runs under the twinkly tin roof of the barn! The lower part of the barn opens into a bright and airy conservatory style space which is a nice contrast. In the summer months, all of the doors are open so it feels like you are outside, nestled in the rolling Cotswold Hills.

I photographed a Cotswold wedding here where the Bride and Groom said:
“As soon as we came to this particular barn (and we had been to a lot) we knew instantly it was the venue for us. It was everything we ever could wish for. A rustic barn with a mixture of stone walls and corrugated iron, surrounded by green fields as far as the eye could see, which gave an amazing feeling of privacy and intimacy. Stone Barn depicts the picturesque Cotswolds and we fell in love.”
– Jess and John-Joe

Links to my photography at Stone Barn Cotswolds Wedding Venue

Stone Barn Cotswold Wedding Venue Link 1
Stone Barn Cotswolds Wedding Venue Link 2


The Matara Centre Wedding Venue

Tetbury Wedding Venue

This is a completely unique venue set in twenty-eight acres of beautiful grounds. The Matara Centre offers a relaxed and serene environment for your special day. Asian inspired, this exclusive-use venue is licensed to host both indoor and outdoor wedding ceremonies, which makes it weatherproof. Matara is intimate enough for twenty-five guests and grand enough to comfortably host up to two hundred guests. There is also accommodation for up to twenty-eight of your wedding guests.

One of my couple’s said this about the Matara wedding venue:
“Absolutely beautiful and every single member of staff is brilliant. Especially our wedding coordinator Olivia, nothing was too much for them.”
Alison & Leon

Whenever I have had any contact with Matara, whether it’s about a shoot, a wedding, or their ‘Best of Matara’ awards, every single person has been helpful, polite and gone out of their way to make sure everything runs smoothly for the Bride and Groom and myself. The food has been outstanding and all the guest say how well looked after they’ve been. The upkeep of their grounds is flawless and its an absolute MUST for any couple wanting a unique wedding experience. The Matara has a  cloistered courtyard, the Hilarium Dome and a tree planted and dedicated to every couple married there. What a lovely touch!

Links to my photography at The Matara Centre Cotswolds Wedding Venue

The Matara Centre Cotswold Wedding Venue Link 1
The Matara Centre Cotswolds Wedding Venue Link 2


Oxleaze Barn Wedding Venue
Lechlade Wedding Venue

I shot my first wedding at Oxleaze this April and I think I fell in love, I cannot wait to go back there. Oxleaze farm comprises of The Barn and The Milling Barn. The beautifully restored barns are set on an organic family-run farm in the heart of the picturesque Cotswolds. Oxleaze Farm is nestled between quintessential English villages just one and a half hours from London. The wedding barns feature original stonework, exposed wooden beams and beautiful gardens. There is a three-bed cottage on-site for you or your guests to enjoy during your wedding day. The grounds at Oxleaze Farm provide great photo opportunities are covered in wildflowers and friendly livestock. They have a very cool 3D tour on their website so you can take a look around before you book your wedding viewing!

Links to my photography at Oxleaze Cotswolds Wedding Venue

Here is a sneak preview, stay tuned for the full album and blog:
Oxleaze Barn Wedding Venue Link 1


Kingscote Barn

Tetbury Wedding Venue

Kingscote Barn is a17th Century stone barn set in the beautiful countryside of the Cotswolds. The barn is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and lots of rural charm. It has an impressive main barn for your wedding celebrations, with a vaulted ceiling and a viewing gallery. The Kingscote Barn wedding team are incredibly helpful and run flawless wedding days with exceptional food and service. Kingscote Barn is a beautiful space where you can truly make it your own. The cornfields provide the perfect backdrop for those sunset couples portraits which I take during the ‘golden hour.’

I shot a Bride and groom’s wedding at this Cotswold Wedding Venue and this is what they thought:

“It was a tough choice because we have SO many gorgeous venues around the Cotswolds area. We were pretty certain we wanted to get married in a barn. We quickly ruled out having a ceremony elsewhere, as we wanted our guest to fully relax in one setting, and limit the chances of being caught in the British weather!  Having visited a few other styles of venues just to make sure, and for us, the barns felt more us. Both of us fell in love with Kingscote, the atmosphere, the decor and the staff were right up our street!”
-Alex & Tash

Links to my photography at Kingscote Barn Cotswolds Wedding Venue

Kingscote Barn Wedding Venue Link 1
Kingscote Barn Wedding Venue Link 2


The Slaughters Country Inn

Gloucestershire Wedding Venue

This Cotswolds wedding venue offers a relaxed ambience in a quintessentially British country inn. If you are searching for a traditional wedding venue in the Cotswolds, The Slaughters Country Inn could be the perfect fit. It is located in the heart of one of the prettiest villages in England and nestled on the banks of the River Eye. Its idyllic location means that there are loads of lovely photo spots including a little wooden bridge over the stream. If you are looking for something even grander you could try their sister wedding venue Slaughters Manor over the stream.

Links to my photography at The Slaughters Inn Cotswolds Wedding Venue

Slaughters Inn Wedding Venue Link 1

 

That concludes my reviews of this year’s favourite venues so far, I hope to return to all of these Cotswold Wedding Venues very soon. Feel free to contact me if you are looking for a Cotswolds wedding photographer.

Happy wedding planning!

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The Mill Barns, Alveley; The Shepherd Shindig

Sheryl, you were amazing all the way through. From meeting up with us for a pre-wedding shoot, through making sure we got all the right pictures on the day, and then sending some beautiful pictures to us to enjoy afterwards. You managed to make 2 very awkward souls feel much more comfortable in front of the camera, and we are really grateful for that. We are looking forward to you capturing many more of our special moments in the future.

My mom had been to a colleagues wedding that Sheryl was the photographer at and she sent me the details. We knew we had to have Sheryl the moment we saw her website and pictures. John and I were in agreement that her pictures captured everything we wanted and she would be a perfect fit for our wedding.

We could not have been more right about our decision, one of my favourite memories from our wedding day is the time we spent with Sheryl taking pictures. It was fun, relaxed and the pictures speak for themselves about how incredible she is!

 

Shepherd Shindig! 

02.03.19

Ceremony St Peter’s Church Astley

Reception – The Mill Barns Alveley

Jo: I grew up just down the road from this church and it was associated with my primary school, so it has lots of memories for me. It was also where my parents were married and I was christened! On top of all that’s its beautiful and was the only place I’ve pictured getting married in since I was little – John was on board from the first time he saw it too!

We chose to have our reception at Mill Barns as it was clearly a stunning venue, but also one that allowed us to take our own alcohol – and we had big plans for choosing our own fizz! Both of us have grown up travelling to France annually and wanted to incorporate that into our wedding day, so last year we went to Reims in the champagne region to choose our bubbles for the big day! 

We had a good 19 months to plan the wedding. It was the perfect amount of time, allowing us to take our time with all the arrangements and thoroughly enjoy the build up.

 

 

How would you describe your wedding day in 3 words?

Far too short (John)

Perfect. Fun. Canwedoitagain? (Jo)

We met playing hockey at Sheffield University Medics Hockey Club, the specifics we are still arguing about, but it involved Zelda, an iPad, ice skating and possibly a dare in a pub!

 We got engaged in the South Island of New Zealand, during a road trip in the summer of 2017. John pulled the car over into a small bay as the sun was setting and got down on one knee to ‘pop’ the question.

Who did hair and makeup?

Helena Sinclair – Hair! Absolute superb job with my hair, mother of the bride and 4 bridesmaids all requesting different styles!

Chloe Parasmo – Make-up. Smashed it with gorgeous make-up on everyone that did not budge all day/night.

My dress was by Essence of Australia, bought from the absolutely stunning The Bridal Boutique Warwickshire (Henley in Arden). 

And the suit? And bridesmaids?

The suit was from Gabucci in Bath and the groomsmen were kitted out from Men’s Hire in Clifton Down, Bristol. 

The bridesmaids had free reign to have their dresses from anywhere as they were all having different styles, it ranged from Jane Norman, Monsoon to independent dress shops in Worcester.

Colour scheme was navy, blush and hessian!

Floral wise, we had a lot of Gypsophila, with the occasional blush rose, all perfectly put together by the super talented Country Wild’s Jody Page. 

We ate Mango and Brie parcels, Trio of Pork, Fruit Crumble with Turkey and stuffing Sandwiches as an evening snack!

3 tiers of delicious semi naked cake comprising of raspberry and white chocolate, chocolate Guinness and lemon drizzle by the wonderful Buttercream and Dreams.

 

Any special moments, mentions or highlights of the day?

Martha our beautiful pest of a pug being at the church and stealing the lime light in the pictures!

Using Jo’s late Grandfather’s Morris Minor 1000 which had been restored for the wedding, to travel around in on the day.

Helena Sinclair – Hair http://bridalhairbyhelenasinclair.co.uk 

Chloe Parasmo – Make-Up https://www.chloeparasmomakeup.co.uk 

Videographer – http://www.wedding-station.co.uk 

Flowers – Country Wild https://www.facebook.com/countrywildweddings/ 

Cake – Buttercream and Dreams http://www.buttercreamanddreams.com 

Wedding Reception – The Mill Barns https://themillbarns-venue.co.uk 

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Go Wild with Cowshed Creations and make Stone Barn magical

If we called her the best photographer in the universe we would still not be doing her justice. From initial booking to receipt of the final album, she excelled with communication, artistic style and creativity. She just has ‘the eye’ for a good picture. Sheryl captured moments in our wedding no one else would have even noticed and the final collection is something we will treasure forever. Don’t hesitate to book her- you won’t regret it.

When we spoke to Sheryl about the style of our wedding, and that we wanted to personalise as much as possible, she immediately recommended a local Wood Craft and Pyrography company called Cowshed Creations.

Sheryl had recently commissioned them to do a memorial art piece for her fathers birthday. Cowshed Creations designed and pyrographed (wood burning) a marvellous piece of art from the reference photo that Sheryl had supplied. They also added in some personal words from a poem that Sheryl’s Dad, Nick had penned. Both Nick and Sheryl spoke very highly of the way Cowshed had not only burned the details into the gorgeous wood, but also used the wood grain and natural lines to work with the fur lines in Rough Collie Sam.

 

After scrolling through their instagram and Etsy page I knew I wanted to talk to them about helping style our wedding day.

Our theme was to be a rustic woodland with browns and greys. We hired them to craft and pyrography a multi-tiered cupcake stand, a bespoke cake stand with our names and wedding date, a Donut wall, and a personalised teeny tiny log for each wedding guest among many many other delightful objects.

View their work on Etsy and Instagram

 

We also wanted the barn to be full of greenery and wild flowers. Beth and her team absolutely exceeded our (GO)WILD-est dreams with the flowers for our wedding.  From favours to button holes to bouquets to a breath taking floral chandelier ,  the quality of her work was second to none.  As a bride who had quite specific ideas about the aesthetics and ambience to the wedding, Beth certainly lived up to her reputation and dressed the venue to perfection.  We’ve had countless compliments on the stunning flowers, with some guests even saying the bridal bouquet was outstandingly unique and the men’s button holes were the best they’d ever seen.  To anyone reading this considering asking Beth to be your wedding florist, don’t even hesitate…book her immediately before she gets snapped up by someone else- you won’t be disappointed!

Flowers: Go Wild Flowers

 

 

 

Date of wedding – 23/02/2019

Location of ceremony and reception- Stone Barn, Gloucestershire

What made you decide to get married where you did? We fell in love with the stunning barn the first time we saw it.

How long was your wedding planning process? 8 months

How would you describe your wedding day in 3 words? A magical bubble

How did you meet? Online (sign of the times!)

What was the proposal like? Simple and romantic, a birthday proposal on a dog walk in one of our favourite spots.

How did you choose your photographer? Looked online for local photographers.   Oobaloos stood out from all the rest by a mile and we knew we wanted her.

Who did hair and makeup? Katy Pheiffer Artistry (make up) & Andrea Luella Styling (hair)

Dress designer? Mark Lesley

And the suit?  Hired from Cameron Ross through Mens Hire

And bridesmaids? A mixture – they all had different dress colour tones, styles and makes

What did you eat? Triple brick sirloin steak

And the wedding cake? A tiered Victoria sponge and cupcakes made by two very dear friends, and locally bought ring donuts for our donut board

Any special moments, mentions or highlights of the day?

Just having nearly all of our favourite people in one place having fun and catching up.  Evening dancing, sparklers, the groom’s epic speech!

Daytime Entertainment: Foreign Affairs

Evening Band: Sons In The Wild

Shed/cabin in the woods photo booth: Dazzlin Events

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Cripps Stone Barn Cotswolds Wedding with Jess and Joe

“Sheryl is fantastic, she’s so friendly and easy going. Also she is amazing at getting a huge wedding party doing as they are told during the group shots! We are so glad we were lucky enough to book her for our wedding she captured our day the best way we could ever of imagined. Her style of photography is beautiful.”

Jess & John-Joe

1st June 2018

 All Saints Church, Cheltenham.

Stone Barn, Upper Windrush, Cheltenham. 

 “We fell in love with Stone Barn because it was rustic but also really classy.

We also loved how big and open plan it was and the gorgeous views surrounding it.”

 

 It took around about a year to plan the whole day but Jess being a typical girl she had mentally planned her wedding day since a young girl!

How would you describe your wedding day in 3 words?:

Beautiful, intimate and pretty

Jess and Joe met at Junior school aged 8 years old but didn’t start dating until 14 years later even though Jess admittedly always fancied Joe since she was 8!

THE AMAZING PROPOSAL

Joe took Jess to Paris in January as a Christmas present, Jess was completely oblivious as Paris would’ve been too much of a cliche for Joe to propose. Little did she know he was going to! He took Jess for a lovely meal at the top or the Eiffel Tower and then after sat on a bench with a hot chocolate watching the tower sparkle like it did every hour and Joe got down on one knee to pop the question.

How did you choose your photographer?

Sheryl had shot a wedding of one of Jess’ friends which she shared on Facebook and straight away Jess fell in love with Sheryls style and booked her straight away!

 Make up- Holly Power

MUA Hair- Hair by Lauren Cole.

 Mori Lee

 Suits- Regency Groom,  Cheltenham.

Bridesmaids- Dessy dresses @ Willow and Lace, Cheltenham.

Flower girl dresses- Leila Rae, Worcester.

 Theme – shabby chic, Colour scheme- We had a few colours but mainly Lavender and gold.

Flowers and venue styling : Teapots and Tiaras

For the theme we decided to go for a shabby chic style with lots of hessian, candles in lanterns and pretty wild flowers. We both love gin and at the moment gin seems quite fashionable and there are some fab bottles which we thought would look great with the flowers and even some fairy lights. Luckily I have a brother who works in a bar, which made collecting the bottles a little bit easier for the amount we needed!

 

 

 

We ate Beetroot and Goats cheese salad, triple cooked steak with dauphinoise potatoes and green beans and Lemon Tart.

Our wedding cake was made by Storyteller  Cakes. A Four tier semi naked cake with 24 carat gold leaf scattered up it. We had 4 different flavours which were chocolate orange, strawberries and cream, blackcurrant and almond and coconut and passion fruit.

 

 

VIDEOGRAPHY: We knew straight away we were going to want a film of our day as ever since Jess was a little girl she would always love watching her parents film of their wedding.

It was easy for us to decide on a videographer as one of Joe’s brothers had Sandra Harper do his and we just loved everything about it. I recommend anyone getting married to think of having one done, I’m so glad we did!

 

Any special moments, mentions or highlights of the day?

Our wedding vows, our couple photos with the stunning views and beautiful setting sun. The confetti throw walking through the walk way.

We were so excited to have the gorgeous blog, Whimsical Wonderland Weddings feature our day!! Read it here

We also had a pre wedding shoot as we are both very awkward when there is a camera in our faces. It was a good chance to meet her and get a feel of what it was going to be like being photographed by her. We are so glad we did this as neither of us were conscious of the camera on our wedding day as well as having some more beautiful photos staring our little sausage dog!

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Beth & Ryan’s FairyTale Day at Manor By The Lake

“We booked Sheryl nearly 2 years before our wedding and from the first moment we met her to meeting her again on our wedding day it was like catching up with an old friend.  Sheryl made us all feel at ease the whole day and night.  Sheryl was really laid back and let us have what ever photos we wanted, we weren’t standing around for hours having photos taken.  Sheryl captured so many moments throughout the day that we didn’t witness, so we can cherish all of these amazing memories and relive our special day. We have had so many amazing comments about our wedding photos, they truly are beautiful. One of the comments we had were they are the best wedding photos they had ever seen.”

27th December 2018

Manor by the Lake, Cheltenham

What made you decide to get married where you did?

As soon as Ryan proposed, I was straight on my phone looking at potential wedding venues, I came across Manor by the Lake and loved that it was exclusive and had so many rooms that we could use.  The grounds of the venue are so beautiful and I just pictured my wedding day being there. This venue topped all of the other venues we had visited and we booked it straight away.

How long was your wedding planning process?

Just over 2 years, there seemed to be quite a lot of planning at the beginning , then it died down until the last 4 months where it was 100mph.

How would you describe your wedding day in 3 words?

Festive, Magical, Romantic

How did you meet?

We met in school – childhood sweethearts

What was the proposal like?

We had been together for nearly 10 years, we were looking at booking a holiday for a break and I really wanted to go to Cornwall.  Ryan had other ideas and kept on and on about going back to Disney In Florida.  I gave in (didn’t need to twist my arm too much, as I am a massive disney fan) the second day into our holiday Ryan said he had arranged a nice meal at the Grand Floridian.  Me being me didn’t think anything of It as Ryan always liked going for nice meals.  We ordered food and he wouldn’t eat anything…I ended up eating his food… and felt a bit put out that he arranged this and he wasn’t enjoying himself.  So I said let’s go on the monorail around to the Polynesian and watch the fireworks.  We went down to the beach I started filming the fireworks (much to the annoyance of ryan) …finally after 10 minutes of being glued to my phone I decided I was fed up and started to walk back.  Ryan rushed around infront of me and said there’s actually something I really wanted to ask you..and it was at that point when the last few fireworks were going off and when you wish upon a star came on over the speakers that he asked me to marry him.

How did you choose your photographer?

I found Sheryl online, we live in South wales and therefore wanted a photographer who was familiar with the area and venue.  Sheryl was the first photographer I found and I knew she was definitely the photographer that we wanted.  Sheryl’s photos stood out to me more than anyone else’s.  They were so natural and the bride and groom in every photo looked like they were actually having  fun. Neither me or Ryan are very photogenic and therefore this really appealed to us as the last thing we wanted was to be told to stand in certain positions and spend the whole wedding feeling like it was a chore.  Sheryl also shares the same love for Disney as me so I was sold !!

Tell us all about your day please!!!

 

Who did hair and makeup?

Sandra Elizabeth did mine, my bridesmaids and my mother and mother in laws hair

Zoe Trigwell did mine, my bridesmaids and mother and mother in laws makeup

Both ladies were amazing all morning, couldn’t recommend them enough.

Dress designer?

Madison James

And the suit? And bridesmaids?

The suits were all hired from Dyfedd Menswear and the bridesmaid dresses were from Asos

Theme or colour scheme?

We went for a fairytale/Disney theme with rose gold,blush pinks and bergundy.

Flowers?

Lilyfee floral designs supplied us with all of our beautiful flowers.

Claire was so creative and therefore we were happy for her to work her magic and make our venue look amazing.

What did you eat?

We had 2 choices for each course so we went for the opposites.  Starters- apple and parsnip soup with a mulled wine foam, teruel ham with pea mousse, main- fillet steak with potato rosti or Chicken supreme and dessert trifle or sticky toffee pudding

And the wedding cake?

I absolutely loved our wedding cake, it was made by Pontycarlo cakes.  It definitely added to our fairytale theme. We had lemon flavour, white chocolate and raspberry and terrys chocolate orange.  We had a gorgeous flower wall from tegan designs as the backdrop for our cake which definitely set it off.

Any special moments, mentions or highlights of the day?

I would probably say one of the highlights of the day was our first dance.  We didn’t choose our song until about 3pm on the day of the wedding. John our DJ from southwest discos was so patient with us.  Half way through our first dance all of our family and friends joined us on the dance floor and we started dancing and singing with them all.  Sheryl captured this moment which made for some beautiful photos.

Credit where it is due!

Manor By The Lake

Oobaloos Photography

Cupcake videos (based in exeter)

Sandra Elizabeth hair and makeup 

Zoe Trigwell makeup

LilyFee Floral Designs

Claire Llewellyn Wedding Creations Gloucester

Tegan designs – flower wall

Pontycarlo cakes

Dyfedd Menswear-suits

South West Discos 

All of our suppliers were amazing, they couldn’t do enough for us and our wedding day went by without so much as a hitch.

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Rhian & Paul’s Festive Wedding at Thornbury Castle

“We knew from our first contact with Sheryl that she was the photographer for us. Her style of catching emotions and expressions rather than just bog standard traditional wedding photos was exactly what we wanted and the fact she is just lovely made our decision straight away!

We loved her creativity with our Christmas wedding, and the way she captured our twinkly light and candle flicker filled day means we have photos that are stunning and will bring back memories forever.

I cannot recommend her highly enough- don’t hesitate to book Oobaloos before your date gets booked up!”

Rhian & Paul

Saturday 22nd December 2018

Thornbury Castle

What made you decide to get married where you did?

Paul took me there 7 months after getting together as a surprise for the first birthday we celebrated together. Whilst there, we said if we ever get married, it will be here, so it was! We did look at one other place to make sure but that just confirmed it was ‘our’ venue! It is 3 hours away from where we live but was special to us and is even more so now!

How long was your wedding planning process?

We got engaged in May 2017, booked the venue in September 2017 and I would say started booking the big details from there but then had a lull for a few months. So probably about 10 months in total of actual planning.

How would you describe your wedding day in 3 words?

Full of: love, happiness and candles! 

How did you meet?

On Tinder!! We did discuss making up a more romantic story like he helped me when my car was broken down on the side of a busy road but hey, nothing wrong with Tinder, ha ha! Although Paul was the one and only person I ever met from it as a friend set up my profile one drunken evening! Paul, well…… he found the right one in the end!! 

What was the proposal like?

Just beautiful and a huge shock to me! We were on holiday with our friends in Portugal. We were all going out for dinner and my hairdresser friend offered to do my hair for me, I didn’t think anything of it at all. We went to a lovely restaurant and had a really nice evening and then went to a cocktail bar overlooking the beach. Sat having my drink with the girls and all the children, I didn’t even notice two of the lads disappearing. Paul came and asked me to dance, which I refused (I don’t dance sober!!) but they all told me to stop being boring and dance. Paul led me to the other side of this bar and told me to look down, to the beach where the two guys had gone down and written, Will you marry me? in the sand! I literally couldn’t have been more surprised to turn to look at Paul and find him down on one knee! Then we all went back to the villa and celebrated with bubbles and music into the early hours. It was so special to be surround by people we love to share that moment that we will never forget!

How did you choose your photographer?

Lots of looking on the internet led me to Oobaloos! Living so far away, we couldn’t use recommendations from people we knew, so it was all about the photos! I only enquired with one other person, as soon as I saw Sheryl’s style I loved it. I showed her portfolio to Paul, who also thought it was great. Finally, I showed my bridesmaids Oobaloos and the other choice and they all picked her too! So we went ahead and booked there and then!

Who did hair and makeup?

The lovely Natalie Ricciardi for make up and Stacey Jade for hair. I booked them through the mega useful South West Bridal hair and make up, they have lots of self employed stylists and mua’s on their website, so you can look at all their portfolios on one website and then book through them. Made the whole process much easier for me. Both ladies were absolutely lovely and I was so pleased with their work on the day, especially as they worked through 8 people each single handedly! 

Dress designer?

Madeleine Gardner for Morilee

And the suit? And bridesmaids?

Suits were all hired or bought from The Vintage Suit Hire Company, who were a godsend after we had struggled to find full tweed suits for months and months! 

Bridesmaids dresses were Coast and I absolutely loved them as soon as I saw them! 

Theme or colour scheme?

Navy, plum and candle light. It was the Saturday before Christmas and we wanted to recognise that but not go over the top Christmas theme. So it was more ‘Winter’ in my head.

Flowers?

The brilliantly talented Rebel and the Rose for the bouquets and buttonholes and then, local to me and also ridiculously amazing, Wild Frost for the table centrepieces. They both got exactly what I had in my head into flowers that I was actually really sad to let go of! 

What did you eat?

We had choices of Salmon Gravlax or Ham Hock Ballotine for starter, Chicken stuffed with wild mushrooms or Roast pork belly for mains and Clementine cake with dark chocolate sorbet or Chestnut parfait for dessert. It was delicious and impressively, tasted just the same en masse as it had on our tasting day, something I have been told often doesn’t happen! 

And the wedding cake?

Lemon and poppy seed with elderflower buttercream on one tier and traditional fruit for the top layer! All made by one of our lovely family members and decorated with edible lace and more flowers from Rebel and the Rose!.

Any special moments, mentions or highlights of the day?

So many, it was absolutely magical and we loved every single second. My best friend arriving after one of the worst weeks of her life, to be by my side as my bridesmaid, travelling all the way there and back in one day was pretty amazing and emotional! Looking out of the window and seeing our carol singers and snow and realising it was really happening, Paul’s beautiful personalised vows, the look on the children’s faces when they saw Father Christmas in his ‘grotto’ and dancing the night away with our closest family and friends all served to give us a day we will treasure forever, making me emotional just thinking about it! Also do have to give a special mention to Sheryl, Callum our brilliant videographer, Natalie, Stacey and Charlotte, the wedding coordinator at Thornbury Castle. I think we somehow managed to pick the nicest people in the wedding industry! They all went out of their way to help and make our day go as well as it did, thanks everyone!

Bouquets and buttonholes: Rebel & the Rose

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Sarah & Ash’s Peaky Blinders Wedding at Dewsall Court

Sarah & Ash

16th January 2019

Dewsall Court, Herefordshire

What made you decide to get married where you did?

We knew as soon as we pulled up at Dewsall Court that we’d found our venue. The house, Wainhouse barn and surrounding grounds look spectacular in all weathers, so we knew that it would still be magical on a gloomy and cold January day. The staff were also very helpful and made us feel very special.

How long was your wedding planning process? We spent just over a year planning our big day. Ash proposed just a few weeks before I gave birth to our daughter, Emelia, and we spent the first year of her life (attempting!) to learn how to raise a little person! Once she turned one, we then felt we had a little bit more time to put to organising our special day. We got married one week before Emelia turned 2 years old. We felt a year was a nice amount of time to plan everything, but not get too stressed out!

Our day really was perfection in our eyes! For me having the exceptionally talented ladies, Sheryl from Oobaloos Wedding Photography and Sarah from Sarah Russell Hair & Makeup to look after me the way they did, allowed me to enjoy my wedding morning, and all the fun preparations we’d organised over the last 12 months. It was just wonderful seeing everything come together…the dress, the suits, the flat caps, the flowers, the floral decorations, the wedding decorations we’d accumulated over the year, the food, the venue…but for a few moments that all faded into the background when I walked down the aisle with my first love, my Dad, and married the true love of life, my husband, Ash. It was spectacular!

How would you describe your wedding day in 3 words?

Peaky (f**king) Blinders!

How did you meet?

We meet 12 years ago when I waitressed at a local pub during my university holidays. Ash was the Chef there…and lets just say its a good job he liked me as my waitressing skills weren’t the best!

What was the proposal like? Ash got down on one knee on 2nd January 2017 on Holkham Beach, Norfolk. I was a very roly-poly nine months pregnant. It was magical…that beach is very special to us.

How did you choose your photographer? We spent a long time looking at many many wedding photographers. We couldn’t really put into words what we were exactly looking for…I guess it was a moody, somewhat raw, vintage style. We wanted that ‘feeling’… and honestly it hit us both like lighting when we can across Sheryl and Oobaloos Wedding Photography. Everything that Sheryl represents and captures in her truly outstanding work, was simply, just it. The excitement that we felt when Sheryl agreed to shoot our special day was unreal!

Who designed your dress?

Essence of Australia 

What did the bridal party wear?

Suits were hired from Dapper Dan Formal Suit hire (highly recommend!) and the bridesmaids dresses were Lipsy, purchased through Next.

Did you have a theme or colour scheme?

We both love the 1920s, and are obsessed with Peaky Blinders, so it was a no brainer for us to theme our wedding on this era. We watched Thomas Selby’s wedding episode a lot, haha!

 

 

Who was your florist?

From Love Lily, Abergavenny (highly recommend!).

The wedding breakfast! Mmmmm what did you have?

For our wedding breakfast we had roast sirloin of beef, roasted seasonal vegetables, baby spinach & boulangerie potatoes, and for the vegetarians winter squash, sweet potato, spinach and red onion pithivier with boulangerie potatoes. For pudding we all had apple tart tatin, caramel sauce and clotted cream. Our evening food included bacon butties, cheese and sourdough toasties, and roasted marshmallows from the fire pit.

And the wedding cake?

A three tier cake from McGowan Wedding cakes, Herefordshire (highly recommend!). The bottom layer was carrot cake, the middle layer salted caramel and the top chocolate and nutella!

 

Sheryl, there are seriously not enough genuine heart-felt sentiments that we can bestow upon you that encapsulate the gratitude, respect and awe we feel when we look at our wedding photos. You captured our dream. We aren’t the coolest couple in the world, we’re pretty goofy to be honest, but the commitment and love that we share for one another, you caught effortlessly and beautifully. We will treasure our photos forever and ever…thank you so much…   xxxxxxxxx

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Wedding Photography 2018 Cheeky Highlights

It was an emotional journey, sitting down through 40 weddings over 33 different venues over the country to pick out my highlights.

In my own unique, natural style, I’ve captured treasured moments between husband and wife,  proud fathers of brides, teary mothers of grooms, excited children, lots of cake and a fair few bum gropes!!

Happy tears, bittersweet tears and laughter tears. Belly laughs, nervous giggles and embarrassed grimaces. I always say I am 90% documentary with just enough direction and guidance to get some killer couples shots.

Not all weddings are shown here as I respect the wishes of couples whom wish to keep their day private, for whatever reason.

Follow my journey this year with my amazing couples from 2nd January 2018 through to 30th December 2018. We have sun, rain, snow…Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter again.

Ive visited barns, castles, private stately homes, tipi’s, churches, village halls, marquees on home farms, pubs and an old cinema.

UK WIDE TRAVEL!!

2018 Highlights from gorgeous UK wedding venues:

Cowley Manor
Wild Beer at Jessop House
Bordesley Park Farm Wedding Venue
Larmer Tree Gardens
Cotswold House Hotel & Spa
Bell Inn Brook Lyndhurst
Stone Barn
Clearwell Castle Wedding Venue
Pittville Pump Room
Matara (Recommended Supplier)
The Speech House Hotel
The Swan Hotel, Bibury
The Barn at Upcote (Recommended Supplier)
Brooks Country House
Lyde Court (Recommended Supplier)
The Kingscote Barn – Wedding venue (Recommended Supplier)
Cotswold Inns and Hotels (Recommended Supplier)
Alcott Wedding & Events(Recommended Supplier)
Hidcote Manor Garden
The Old Stables
Eastington Park
Dumbleton Hall Hotel
Ellenborough Park
Stanhill Court Hotel
Thornbury Castle
Manor By The Lake ( Recommended Supplier)
The Daffodil

Thank you to every single one of you and bring on 2019!!

Enjoy, the Oobaloos 2018 Roundup, in chronological order…

2018 Highlights from gorgeous UK wedding venues:

Cowley Manor
Wild Beer at Jessop House
Bordesley Park Farm Wedding Venue
Larmer Tree Gardens
Cotswold House Hotel & Spa
Bell Inn Brook Lyndhurst
Stone Barn
Clearwell Castle Wedding Venue
Pittville Pump Room
Matara (Recommended Supplier)
The Speech House Hotel
The Swan Hotel, Bibury
The Barn at Upcote (Recommended Supplier)
Brooks Country House
Lyde Court (Recommended Supplier)
The Kingscote Barn – Wedding venue (Recommended Supplier)
Cotswold Inns and Hotels (Recommended Supplier)
Alcott Wedding & Events(Recommended Supplier)
Hidcote Manor Garden
The Old Stables
Eastington Park
Dumbleton Hall Hotel
Ellenborough Park
Stanhill Court Hotel
Thornbury Castle
Manor By The Lake ( Recommended Supplier)
The Daffodil

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Kate & Neil at Lyde Court

When Kate messaged me about booking her wedding photography in the next FOUR WEEKS, I thought she was mad. It was AUGUST!! Luckily they went for a Sunday and managed to pick up some pretty awesome suppliers! Including me 😉

Read all about their day at Lyde Court!

 

Kate and Neil

12-08-18

Lyde Court, Herefordshire

What made you decide to get married where you did?

I had been following Lyde court for so long, its absolutely stunning- the barn, high beams, fairy lights everywhere, the fact you could get married in so many beautiful spots on the grounds……and then they had a last minute offer, and that was it!

How long was your wedding planning process?

A whole 5 weeks!!

How would you describe your wedding day in 3 words?

From the groom and best man ” I can’t remember” it turned into one hell of a party 🙂

How did you meet?

We met at university a whole 12 years ago

What was the proposal like?

Unbelievable, he had been planning it for so long, we were on a tour of Africa, at the very end of the trip we headed to Zambia and went in Victoria falls. At the very top of the falls in the water, holding onto a rope for dear life Neil went back to the boat for what felt like an eternity, after shouting “where have you been, etc bleep etc” on his way back. He got down on one knee as much as he could, i was so so surprised!! It was just unreal.

How did you choose your photographer?

As soon as I saw one picture of Sheryl’s I knew, and the rest confirmed it, her relaxed style of capturing all the little moments were exactly what i wanted, i wanted to remember the whole day and be able to relive it through the pictures. I still cant quite believe you could do our wedding date.

Dress designer?

I tried a few boutique wedding dresses and they just weren’t what i was looking for, and the short time scale made it difficult. As fate had it i went on a last minute late night dash to monsoon to hopefully find a back up if I couldn’t find “the one”, and I ended up finding the perfect dress right there. It was absolutely meant to be, the last time i was in the same Monsoon I was with my mum trying on her wedding dress, she passed away just a year later 8 years ago and she was there with me that night. I came home with my dream dress.

And the suit? And bridesmaids?

We went to the high street for everything else too, suits were Next, Bridesmaids dressed were warehouse and the flower girls dressed and max’s outfit were all monsoon too.

Theme or colour scheme?

Rustic

Flowers?

Flowers were by the incredible Kate at Damson and Vine, again she was a total legend for pulling everything i wanted together at such short notice with not even a question about it being possible.

What did you eat?

We ate so many canapes, and sausages! And then the biggest roast beef dinner, and a hog roast…so much food!

And the wedding cake?

The wedding cake was a last minute panic, we ended up getting 2 cakes from Marks and Spencers at the very last second, a rainbow cake and chocolate cake with sprinkles galore. They very nearly didn’t make it to the wedding as they refused to hand them over to anyone but the name on the order, after a tense hostage situation and a lot of bartering and begging by my friends they got the cake and just about made it to the wedding on time.

Any special moments, mentions or highlights of the day?

There were so many, but mainly the people who made it all possible and met the fact the wedding was in 5 weeks with a hell yes we will be there and what can we do to help, it made it a group effort to pull off the day of our dreams and get us married which made it all the more special.

And walking down the aisle with max seeing Neil at the front , the emotion and happiness was like nothing else.

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Carla & Louise’s Cotswold Wedding

Carla Kelsh & Louise Kelsh

03/08/18

The Swan Hotel, Bibury

 

Good morning World! I’m sat looking at a rather windy and dreary day over my laptop but have a twinkly Christmas tree in the corner, a 6 year old in his PJ’s watching Christmas cartoons and a huge hound at my feet. With the husband making me a cuppa, life is pretty content. But, I can’t help but wonder where on earth this year went?! How is it nearly Christmas? 2018 has been my busiest year shooting weddings EVER and I am horribly behind on blogging. But that means your social media feed now has some sunshine and flowers and happy faces on it! Yayyy!!

 

When Carla and Louise told me all about their day, I was super excited to shoot it. What Carla didn’t know was that I was in on the surprises in store and prepared to snap all the shots before the big reveal, knowing this would made an amusing pictorial story in their gallery!

I have to say that I laughed til I cried at The Undercover Waiters. Standing in the middle of such fun and happiness makes me feel son very lucky to have an amazing job. Thank you ladies, for sharing your day with us. I can’t wait to see you all next year at Lou’s sisters wedding. Kate, I hope you have some more tricks up your sleeve. You set the bar pretty high here!!

Enjoy! xx

 

“When we decided to start searching for venues, we looked at a couple in the Cotswolds but the Swan was special! It was just beautiful and the setting was perfect. As soon as we drove round the corner and saw it we knew it was the one for us. We hadn’t even been inside at that point!

We got married almost exactly a year to the day that we got engaged.
“Best Day EVER!!”

We met playing football together many many years ago. We met again later in life and the rest is history!

The proposal was an unbelievable surprise! Despite my regular nagging, Louise had always said she would never get married again and I had almost given up hope that we would get married. Then Louise took me away for a weekend to Bourton-On-The-Water, one of our favourite places. Whilst sitting on the grass by the river enjoying the sunshine she handed me a champagne glass engraved with “will you marry me”.  It was perfect and caught me totally off guard!

We decided we wanted a documentary style photographer. After searching the web and scrolling through numerous portfolios we found Oobaloos and we were sold. The style was exactly what we were looking for and the quality of Sheryl’s work really stood out.

We decided we didn’t want big, fancy dresses, we wanted a nice relaxed day so we both  bought different high street dresses from Chi Chi London and DKNY.

Our flowers were lilac and cream but we didn’t really have a colour theme as such. The theme for the day was a chilled out and relaxed summer wedding. We wanted everyone to be comfortable especially in the scorching summer we were having.

Aqua Florist created our beautiful bouquets. They looked amazing and were exactly what we wanted. She also made thank you bouquets for our mums to match ours which was a nice touch.

We had Pimms and afternoon tea as canapés after the reception which was lovely and a bit different from the standard wedding canapés.

The wedding breakfast was Ham hock terrine, Roast Beef with all the trimmings and an amazing chocolate Brownie.

Our wedding cake was made by a close friend of ours with alternating tiers of chocolate and Victoria sponge.
We showed her a design we liked and she recreated it. It looked amazing and was twice as big as we imagined it would be!

The duck race supplied by Aqua florist was also a big hit with the guests. The kids loved throwing their rubber ducks into the stream and chasing after them along the bank. My nephew got a bit too carried away though and fell in!

 

Louise’s sister booked The Undercover Waiters to perform at our wedding. Whilst Lou was in on the surprise I had absolutely no idea what was happening! They were brilliant, they got everyone up singing and dancing. We even had a conga line around the room, while the tourists gazed in through the window in total disbelief! Very hard to follow that with my speech though!”

 

CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE!

Venue: The Swan At Bibery COTWOLDS INNS

Photographer: Oobaloos Photography

Florist: Aqua Florists

Cake: Friend

Entertainment: The Undercover Waiters

 

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Tash & Alex’s Twinkly Winter Wedding at Kingscote Barn

 

Every wedding couple is special to me…but when it’s one of your own getting married, the pressure is immense! I was delighted when colleague and friend, Natasha of  ‘MakeUp by Natasha Louise’ booked me to photograph her wedding. I asked her to tell us a little bit more about how she found the booking and planning process from the other side of the stage. Please enjoy Natasha and Alex’s big day!!

Thank you, both, for trusting me with your memories. Over to you…

 

Alex and Natasha McAll

Date of wedding- 16th November 2018

Location of ceremony and reception- Kingscote Barn, Tetbury.

 

What made you decide to get married where you did?

It was a tough choice because we have SO many gorgeous venues around the Cotswold although we were pretty certain we wanted to get married in a barn. We quickly ruled out having a ceremony elsewhere, as we wanted our guest to fully relax in one setting, and limit the chances of being caught in the British weather!  We visited a few other style of venues just to make sure, and for us, the barns felt more us. We instantly both fell in love with Kingscote, the atmosphere, the decor and the staff were right up our street!

 

How long was your wedding planning process?

18 months; although we were pretty relaxed (unorganised?!)  and left a lot to the last 6-8 months!

 

How would you describe your wedding day in 3 words?

Winter, relaxed and boozy

How did you meet?

We meet whilst working together in Herefordshire. It wasn’t exactly love at first sight, we both went for the same job and things were a little tense for a while! Soon after we discovered that our relationship was a little more than just work colleagues

 

What was the proposal like?

Absolutely perfect!!! Alex whisked me off to Venice for my 30th, and during the second day, on the cutest of bridges, Alex got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. Obviously there was no hesitation in my answer. Al asked my son, Alfie to help choose the ring which made it even more special.

How did you choose your photographer?

I’d worked with Sheryl professionally a few times and so I knew her work was what we were after- atmospheric, fun and relaxed! Although we needed our photographer to provide more than just good photos. Neither Al and I are huge fans of having our photos taken, so we needed whoever we chose to be put us at ease. I knew Sheryl would do this- she made me laugh from the moment she arrived and instantly put our guests at ease too.

 

Dress designer?

After looking around a few local boutiques and being spoilt for choice, I took my mums wild card and visited a small boutique (The Bridal Gallery) in Malvern which is where my mum grew up. During my first visit I found ‘the one’ a blush lace Opulance hunger! As predicted by almost everyone, it wasn’t what I thought I’d choose but it felt like me and after a record number of fittings, it was perfect!

And the suit? And bridesmaids?

Alex  is 6”4 so finding a well fitted suit has always been tough so from day dot he knew he wanted one made. He decided on tweed as it fitted with the theme and the time of year perfectly but it proved difficult to find- who knew?! Moss Bros came up trumps in the end! We hired the users suits from a independent business (Dapper Dans) in Wolverhampton- again finding tweed was difficult

 

Theme or colour scheme?

We didn’t really follow a theme, but I guess it ended up being fairly rustic. The colour theme changed a few times- being in the industry myself and seeing weddings every week made me doubt my decisions ALOT! We ended up with Mulberry, grey and copper and I think it worked out well in the end!

 

Flowers?

No question is was always going to be Jo (Issy and Bella). I’ve been admiring Jo’s flowers for years and I  knew her style would be the perfect fit for us. From the first meet I knew I was in safe sands. I gave a short brief of colours and left everything else down to Jo. I LOVE flowers, and we always have them in our home so I wanted lots of them throughout our wedding. I’m sure the budget was far more than Alex had ever dreamed, but he agreed it was more than worth it.

What did you eat? A traditional winter warmer menu from McBailes.

To start we had pork belly ham hock with a homemade slaw, followed by Gloucester Old Spot sausages and creamed mash and last but not least- toffee apple pie with custard!!

In the evening we had wood fired pizzas and our family made the most amazing smore station which went down a treat by the fire pits!

 

And the wedding cake?

My gorgeous bridemaid Emily, is such a fantastic baker (she should definitely do it professionally!) so we asked her if she wouldn’t mind making our cake for us. I have a dairy intolerance so I was super chuffed when I found out Em had made it dairy free- not that any of our guests could tell- it was that good!!!

 

 

Any special moments, mentions or highlights of the day?

So many special moments, but a few that stand out- my beautiful maid of honour surprisingly me with a speech. It was just amazing and left me speechless. Tor is not known for her secret keeping skills (me with anyway!) but she kept quiet about this one!!  My lovely cousin Laura also did a speech which was filled with lovely words from my friends and family which may have  left me a little teary!

My son walked me down the aisle, which was such a special moment for me, and I was SO proud with how seriously he took his role (he’s only 9- so it could’ve gone either way!!).

The Cotswold Wedding Company- Decor

Issy and Bella– flowers

Nicola Harrison– makeup

Stacey- Updoo- Hair

Dapper Dans– usher suits

Moss Bros- Grooms suit

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Fran & Liam’s Magical Wedding Day at Matara

Francesca Hill (was Moore) and Liam Hill

 20th July 2018

Matara Centre Tetbury 

What made you decide to get married where you did?

The feel of the place, very unique and the staff were laid back and very open to let you do what you like. Also having the house on the grounds as well so everything was in one place.

How long was your wedding planning process?

We got engaged in the January of 2016 and booked the venue by end of Feb. So around year and a half.

How would you describe your wedding day in 3 words?

Perfect, Dreamy, Fun

How did you meet?

Known each other since primary school. Liam is friends with my brother 

What was the proposal like?

Amazing – we were skiing in St Anton in Austria and we went to the highest viewing point called Valluga. It was just us and was a massive surprise. We were on holiday with our friends as well so then spent the afternoon celebrating with some Apres ski.  

How did you choose your photographer?

I found this the hardest thing to decide on and originally booked someone else but changed my mind due to not being 100% and photos are the most important thing when it comes to a wedding. The day goes by so fast and this is all you have afterwards.

Dress designer?

Victoria Jane by Ronald Joyce from Krystle Brides in Bath.

And the suit? And bridesmaids?

Suits were all from Moss Bros. Bridesmaid dresses are from Coast

Theme or colour scheme?

Pink and grey 

Flowers?

Chrissie Wiltshire Flowers

What did you eat?

Ham Hock Scotch Egg to start, chicken in a tarragon sauce for main and lemon posset with a blackberry crumble.

And the wedding cake?

JellyCake

4 layers. Chocolate orange, Victoria sponge, Bakewell and fruit cake on top.

Any special moments, mentions or highlights of the day?

The most special was walking down the aisle, was perfect and the choir were amazing (vocal gospel choir).

A highlight was my bridesmaid Lori stealing the microphone from the band: Interlight and doing her own karaoke!

I also loved staying in the house was so lovely and I was so chilled on the morning which I didn’t think I would be! This was helped by the amazing Charlotte Tillyer who did my make up by making us all look fantastic!

Also all of my guests commented on how amazing Darren Campbell was! Still trying to work out how that card ended up in a sealed tonic water!!

Makeup and Hair by Charlotte Tillyer

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