When Liz and Richard decided to get married they also decided that they wanted the day to be about their love and sharing that with the people that really mattered to them and not about all the trappings and frills that can be a big part of many weddings. They chose to wed in the exquisite and tiny church close to Liz’s parents’ home. Following the ceremony we all went to The Royal Oak in Yattendon – not a common choice for a wedding venue as it is quite small, but perfect for Liz and Richard as it is locally renowned for the quality of it’s food. They then surrounded themselves with the people who matter most in their lives and had a beautiful, very personal wedding day. What else could a bride want? Oh yes and it was a dry day – given the weather this April that was quite remarkable!
Liz’s dress reflected the priorities for the day – a beautiful, simple tea-length dress with elegant cream shoes, a cashmere cardigan and a cream fur stole. Simple, understated elegance.
With all this understated glamour and gorgeousness flying around I feel I really ought to mention the married name of the bride and groom………it would have to be Taylor wouldn’t it?