Love is in the air! It’s a little valentines special with the preview of Chloe-Lee and Dan’s Weston Hall wedding. Currently enjoying their honeymoon in Mexico, it was great to get their previews over to them to enjoy on their first Valentines Day as a married couple.
There was a little bit of magic in the air too as they celebrated a truly beautiful day at Weston Hall in Staffordshire. Along with their guests, Chloe-Lee and Dan braved the bitter winter evening to enjoy a stunning firework show.
It was the ultimate crescendo to an already amazing day. A day that started boisterously with Dan and his entourage of groomsmen. Followed by mellow bridal prep at Weston Hall with Chloe-Lee and her Bridesmaids.
The distinguished Cellar Restaurant at Weston Hall created the perfect menu for Chloe-Lee and Dan’s guests. Briefly enjoyed by Dan before he endured a few stories from his Best Man.
Here are a few previews of some of my favourite moments from Chloe-Lee and Dan’s Weston Hall wedding.
A Packington Moor wedding inspired by a day at the races is next up on the blog. Sharing a few more of my favourite images from Rebecca and Shane’s wedding.
Get involved! Rebecca and Shane’s wedding was not a day for those who like to stand and watch from the sidelines. Nope! Like a good horse meet it was all about getting involved, fast paced and plenty of fun.
Plenty of cheering, eating, drinking, dancing and a few friendly bets added to the amazing atmosphere.
Packington Moor was the perfect venue for such an occasion adding a little bit of rustic charm to day perfectly planned and executed.
Just about to set off to complete a great weekend of weddings. However before I do I couldn’t wait any longer to share these images from Rebecca and Shane’s Packington Moor wedding.
The Oat Barn was the perfect settings for their Day at the Races themed Packington Moor wedding and with plenty of betting slips to keep the odds looking promising it wasn’t long before a few guests had a welcomed boost to their bar fund.
Look carefully and you’ll see some cufflinks that fittingly go alongside the aptly named tables, hobby horses and riding helmets. Testaments to Rebecca and Shane’s shared interest. With Rebecca being a keen owner and rider of horses and Shane being an Equine Physiotherapist.
Both Rebecca and Shane finished off their preparations at the Packington Moor cottages before crossing the courtyard for their ceremony in the Oat Barn.
Their Master of Ceremonies got the celebrations well underway with an energetic introduction to each table before welcoming in the newlyweds.
With the atmosphere now buzzing it was over to Mitch who delivered one of the greatest best man speeches, leaving Shane red faced but definitely appreciative.
I’ll also be sharing my favourites from Rebecca and Shane’s Packington Moor wedding on my Facebook page for you to share so keep an eye out.
This intimate candlelit wedding of Rachel and Haydn’s in Staffordshire is next up on the blog with plenty of beautiful moments to be shared here and on my Facebook page.
Rachel and Haydn’s wedding celebrations brought them North from their home in Hampshire to Castle Hill House on the Tutbury Castle estate in Staffordshire, with friends and family also making their way from all around the UK.
With all of the wedding party staying at Castle Hill House the atmosphere was buzzing on arrival with celebrations in the festive season already well underway.
The dark and moody skies that cascaded down onto the town of Tutbury only added to the atmosphere as Rachel and Haydn exchanged their vows within the candlelit St Mary’s Church.
Here are a few of my favourite moments of which you can also see and share on my Facebook page.
My penultimate wedding of 2015 and it was a beautiful way to draw to a close with Rachel and Haydn’s intimate candlelit church ceremony in Tutbury, Staffordshire.
Such dramatic settings with dark and heavy rain clouds hanging above Castle Hill House, Rachel and her entourage braved the strong winds as they walked the short distance to St. Mary’s. Then once inside the pockets of candlelit were just enough to illuminate the faces of their friends and family, but the ornate high ceilings of St. Mary’s were lost to the shadows.
Following the ceremony the wedding party went back to Castle Hill on the grounds of Tutbury Castle to continue their celebrations.
Here is a preview of some of my favourite moments of which you can also see and share on my Facebook page.