Caroline and Scottie were a delight to work with as they were so relaxed and happy throughout their entire wedding day.
I really loved Scottie’s purple suit, but the matching purple socks were a bit of a surprise!
All of the guests were seated around one large table, to show the joining together of the two families into one – a really charming idea…
The Malt House has beautiful gardens with a large lawn space, the children in the party took advantage of this at every opportunity.
Scottie and Caroline had a canvas print made of one of the images from their pre-wedding shoot for all their guests to sign instead of a guest book. Although it is not full here I believe it was by the end of the night and is now hanging in their house to remind them of all the people who shared their beautiful day.
The men were keen to have a photograph together in the evening. When I suggested that someone could go up into this tree, it wasn’t really the groom I had in mind…
and then everybody danced the night away.
I hope you have enjoyed looking at these images, I certainly enjoyed sharing such a beautiful day with you. If you wish to see the full set, or order any images you can do so over on my website
Thank you to my lovely fellow suppliers for so much gorgeousness to photograph
Ashley Blooms of Caversham
The Olde Bell, Hurley