Tuesday was my second wedding of three this week and I was super excited to be back at the amazing Chaucer Barn for James and Amy’s big day!
I hadn’t met them but Amy let me know she had followed my work for a while (even before she met James) and always knew she wanted me to shoot her day which was incredibly flattering.
I have to say I just had the best time with these guys and their amazing friends and families. Chaucer is such a wonderful relaxed place to get married and suited them perfectly.
I arrived with the ladies getting ready in the upstairs sitting room and James having breakfast in the kitchen (trying not to look up!) The fantastic Flamingo Amy was on Amy’s hair and makeup and she looked incredible, her hair was like something out of a fairytale! Bracken and Twine supplied the flowers and they were incredible!
I headed over to capture some of the boys getting ready before I arrived back with Amy her mum and sis having champagne and just about to get into her dress.
They planned the ceremony for the woodland and after revealing her dress to her dad and then a very emotional reveal to her bridesmaids they set off across the fields to the woodland ceremony.
The woodland at Chaucer is a beautiful place to say your vows and afterwards they walked through the arch to clouds of confetti before heading back across the fields in procession for drinks and canapés on the lawn.
We captured their group shots and couple shots before it was time to sit to sit for their speeches and a delicious meal was served by Back to Your Place.
After which we snuck out for a few more couple shots in the fields. Just before their first dance the sun peeped through the clouds just in time to capture a few amazing golden hour shots.
They did a beautiful first dance before their guests joined them for a pretty epic party and I left them dancing the night away to the awesome Joe Ringer Band.
What an amazing day this was, I really struggled to pick their sneak peeks, I don’t think Amy stopped grinning all day! But for now here are my favourite five moments…