Parkfields country house wedding

Parkfields Country House Wedding - Martin and Emily

Parkfields Country House Wedding

Feedback from Parkfields Country House Wedding - We've just received our wedding photos and in short, I cried throughout the entire set! They are absolutely perfect.  

Wedding Photography

I love meeting new couples, listening to their story and seeing all of their plans come together. It's such a great honour to be a part of these amazing days. When meeting Martin and Emily for the first time, I was taken in by their sense of fun straight away. I could see the excitement that they both had for their wedding day.

The Wedding

I woke up with a lot of excitement for this wedding, Martin and Emily were a fun loving couple so I knew it was going to be an emotion filled day. Lots of tears and laughter throughout the day and night. I have got to give a shout out to Emily's Mum, what a character! In fact, everyone was just fantastic at this wedding. All day and night ran so smoothly, I think this may be down to Emily's planning if i'm honest though. She is a school teacher and I think being organised is second nature - See the first photograph in the blog. I think Emily and Martin can count their day as a success that's for sure.

Venue - Parkfields Country House

Flowers - Sarah Jane

DJ - Sam Westlake

 


Marquee Wedding

Marquee Wedding

Rebecca and Matt had told me their marquee wedding was all about fun and colour, that's exactly what it was too. As a couple, they were both full of fun, I quickly found this out during their engagement shoot. We had their engagement shoot at the place they first met, their work place. Sounds strange for an engagement shoot doesn't it? They work at Westons Cider so right outside is an orchard which was ideal. Anyway, during their shoot they were both very entertaining characters and you could see why they had found each other immediately.

Wedding Day.

Rebecca and Matt's marquee wedding was such a colourful one, I'm so pleased they had the weather for it. The few days before hadn't been great so the warm sunshine was very welcome. Rebecca's bridal prep was, as expected a morning full of laughter along with a few glasses of bubbly. The girls were enjoying themselves whilst Mum was busy making enough food to feed 10 times more people, Rebecca had told me this would be the case. It was quite a loud morning at times, like when the flowers arrived, I don't think I have seen anyone so excited by their floral crown as Rebecca was. To be fair though, Issy from Issy and Bella florist had done an amazing job!

The whole day was just awesome, loads of Rebecca and Matt's family and friends came to help them celebrate. Literally no room outside of the church due to the amount of people waiting to congratulate the happy couple, confetti coming from all angles and lots of smiling faces. The evening party really was a party, a brilliant Karaoke band performed and invited guests up to sing. Luckily, quite a few of the guests could sing as I may have needed ear defenders otherwise. Matt's best man actually sang the first dance song, a David Essex classic, Hold me close which he did very well. After the first dance, numerous guests took to the stage and belted out their favourite songs. Whilst outside, everyone was treated to Pizza which was gorgeous

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Flowers - Issy and Bella

Hair - Amy Bemand

Make Up - Grace Beauty

Dress - Lily Oliver

Marquee - Shades Canvas

Face painting - Gemma Griffiths

 


Herefordshire Tipi Wedding

Herefordshire Tipi Wedding

After meeting Steph and Dan for the first time and hearing about their Herefordshire Tipi wedding, I knew their wedding would be laid back. I wasn't wrong either; this wedding had a relaxed feel to it, with some quirky bits thrown in too. When I arrived at Steph's Dad's house for bridal preparation, I found a carousel horse in the room. Not something I have seen before but hey first time for everything. Oh and this one had Eeyore riding it too.

Steph and Dan had a church ceremony in Bromyard which Steph arrived at in a World War 2 US military vehicle which was pretty cool. This was an original too that had been restored by it's owner. After their ceremony, everyone made their way to what can only be described as a Tipi in the middle of nowhere, literally. What was so awesome about this Tipi was the decoration that Steph and Dan had used. It was mostly taken form Steph's Mums art work, a very talented artist she is too. Not your normal wedding decoration though, as you can see from the pictures but it looked amazing and had a personal touch.

Did someone say Aplacas?

Another quirky part now, Alpacas, lots of them. I think Steph forgot to tell me bout this part of the day but it was a great surprise. Steph and the girls even got to take the Alpacas for a walk, which they loved. Steph's Alpaca was called Dave by the way.

The rest of the day, once the Alpacas had gone was spent with everyone relaxing in the gorgeous sunshine. It was hot, very hot and the evening was a welcome break from the heat, especially with the free ice cream on offer (I had one too) The placing of the Tipi gave a great view across the Herefordshire countryside which always looks beautiful. If you haven't ever visited Herefordshire then I would recommend it.

A few more ice creams for the couple and their guests, whilst they sat on hay bales. Quickly followed by a bit of dancing capped off an amazing day for Steph, Dan and their guests.

Hair - Lisa Glasper

Make Up - Kirsty Robertson

DJ - Nick Britton

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