There were trees in the marquee. Real trees! With lanterns, bunting and horse shoe fire pits. This is definitely not one to be missed…
Wedding Photographer Leicestershire: To say this Leicestershire wedding was a little bit special is an understatement. Emily got ready in her family home, on her family farm in Bringhurst. This was the house her dad built. Every brick, every window and every door carefully placed with his family in mind. Although not here to share this special day, I was sure he was looking down over his girls; incredibly proud and incredibly happy to see the woman Emily had become, standing here now on her wedding day.
Peter and Emily wanted everything about their wedding day to be personal and a true representation of them. Every little detail was created by the couple and their friends and family. I was totally blown away when I walked into the marquee. The space had been transformed into an oasis of trees, multi coloured birds and flowers; bringing the outside in so that guests felt as if they’d been transported to a beautiful orangery in the middle of the Leicestershire countryside.
All the guests were chauffeured by Peter’s groomsman on a tractor trailer. Full of hay bales to sit on and dressed with bunting. It was such a fun way to kick of the days celebrations.
Peter and Emily were married at St Andrews Church. This was the local village church Emily went to every Sunday as a child and into adulthood. Even the vicar had a few stories to tell about the brides teenage years. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bride blush as I did Emily.
Everything about this wedding was beautifully unique and handmade.
Here’s a sneaky peak at Peter and Emily’s wedding day story….
PS keep a look out for the ring bearer. I think you’ll agree he’s quite a handsome little chap.
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