Super excited to share these sneak peeks… its been 2-3 years since I have shot at the beautiful Langley Abbey and I have in fact never shot a ceremony in the Abbey itself with my other couples having chosen to marry in Church.
Having had the most beautiful engagement shoot with Matthew and Danielle last summer I knew their wedding would be relaxed and full of giggles and it really was. They are a really fun, relaxed couple and it seemed on the day nothing was going to phase them they were simply looking forward to getting married surrounded by their loved ones and at the end of the day thats what it is all about.
I met Danielle with her girls at her parents beautiful home, the house intact in which Danielle and her 3 sisters grew up.It was so special to capture Danielle getting ready somewhere so meaningful and watching her walk down the staircase she has no doubt walked down thousands of times to meet her dad at the bottom in her wedding dress was so beautiful.
She then headed into the lounge to meet her bridesmaids who were pretty blown away, I loved their reaction so this is my first sneak peek. We headed out into the garden for a few photos before I headed over to Langley to meet a slightly more nervous Matthew.
Danielle arrived looking super excited and they had the most gorgeous candle lit ceremony before heading out into the sunshine to clouds of confetti. They had plenty of time for drinks and to enjoy their ice-cream van before we captured their group shots and nipped off for a few couple shots before they were called in for their meal.
After a rather epic BBQ spread (Brasteds never disappoint!) they had some wonderful speeches that had the crowd laughing, crying and rather a lot of heckling… table 9!!!
We nipped out for a few more shots in the fields before their beautiful first dance.
There was rather a dream team of suppliers at this wedding so I will list the ones I know below (if you were a supplier please shout I am happy to add your name!)
Makeup – Love Moi Makeup
Hair – Tracey Ward
Event and catering – Brasteds
Music – Laurence Brooks