I was really excited about Sara and Robbie's wedding as we had so much fun on their engagement shoot. I arrived at a very calm, orderly house where Emma, Sara's sister, gave me the loveliest welcome into their home. All of Sara's family made me feel so welcome and involved, and were so helpful with everything. I found out I knew Emma through a friend of a friend whose wedding I had also done! The theory of six degrees of separation in practice!
The house where everyone was getting ready was so beautiful, and I discovered it was up for sale (sell it to meee!!! though a bit of a commute)! Sara's parents Sandy and Abbe were waiting for their youngest daughter to leave the nest, and now she was getting married, they no longer needed the family home they had grown in for over 30 years!
The girls all looked amazing with their hair and makeup done and I bumbled off to Tudor barn in Burnham traveling cross country. A stunning drive down tiny, windy lanes lined with big green leafy trees and big imposing houses, I think satnav took me the scenic route (at one point I was in a place called Egypt! Very pretty indeed). Robbie met me with a huge grin and hug, and all the guys were ready to goof around for some quick pics before the ceremony. It was a privilege to watch Sara and Robbie get married and to be in the presence of so much love, I was bursting with happiness for them.
A LOT of laughs throughout the day, they have a wonderful group of friends and family who know how to have fun. What a smiley wedding x
Cake: Christine Arnold
Brides dress and shoes: Ann's Bridal shop, Leighton Buzzard. http://www.annsbridalroom.com/
Shoes: Kurt Keiger
Bridesmaids dresses: Light in the Box
Grooms attire: Hire Class, Beaconsfield
Flowers: Traci at Floribundi
Magician: Greg Williamson https://www.facebook.com/gregwilliamsonmagic
DJ: Mitchell Douglas email@example.com
Venue: The Tudor Barn, Burnham