Back in September I photographed the wedding go Laura and Jeremy at the fabulous Tudor Ufton Court. From the moment I heard about their plans I knew that it would be amazing – a proper Herbie, neckerchiefs for bunting, archery, sparklers….where do I sign?
Laura had planned every detail meticulously, creating a very personal day that reflected the two of them as individuals and as a couple.
I love the “Cadbury’s purple” colour that Laura chose for their main colour throughout the day.
and just look at that car!
I love doing something creative with the rings prior to the ceremony and this wooden post just outside the barn lent itself very well for just this purpose…
The ancient Tithe barn is a magnificent building. The registrar and wedding co-ordinator were quite anxious about how dark it was inside, but I found the light around the ceremony table to be absolutely beautiful.
The house is also blessed with splendid grounds which we were free to use for photographs. We took full advantage of the offer!
Remember all of those personal touches I mentioned? Well the chocolate dipped fruit in the picture above was Laura’s idea and I can assure you they tasted as good as they looked 😉 Another one was a saxophone quintet who played during the ceremony and meal who are all members of a band that Laura herself plays in.
Now I did know that the baritone sax player was pregnant, what I didn’t realise was quite how pregnant. Her baby arrived the very next day – a bit of a surprise for all concerned I think! (I’m sure it had nothing to do with the space hoppers… :s)
So we will leave Laura and Jeremy and their guests as they prepare to go into the bar for the wedding breakfast. More to follow in due course.
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