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Alice and Joe met in 2013 whilst working together in Paris France. They got Engaged on 20.12.17 in the Rose garden at Blenheim Palace during the Christmas festival of lights. Alice and Joe decided to get married at the most lovely St Mary’s Church in Aldworth


I met Alice on the morning of her wedding with her Bridesmaids at the beautiful pub The Crown and Horns in East Ilsley where she had a nice breakfast before heading to the Hairdressers Finn Hair and beauty.


Whilst Alice was making her way to the hairdressers I decided to take her....not one .....but two stunning dresses from Wed2b in Swindon outside to photograph. They were super pretty!! Her colour theme was dusky pink and their wedding had a rustic theme throughout! I then met Joe and his best man for some quick snaps of them before heading to the church to meet family and guests. They looked very Dapper indeed!


Alice looked stunning in her dress and decided to do her own makeup which was flawless. Her stunning Flowers were by Croppers in Bloom and smelt so fresh and looked fab!


The Campervan Rusty and Roses picked up the beautiful bride, her mum and Bridesmaids and we got some snaps before the rain began. When the new Mr and Mrs Gamston came out of the Church the sun was shining and guests made their way over to Aldworth Village Hall where a welcome Ice Cream was waiting for each guest. The night followed with smoke bombs, Mexican Food, a beautiful dance to Taylor Swifts 'Lover' and a wedding cake and a cake made with Cheese.


It was such a wonderful wedding to capture. And I wish the very best to both Alice and Joe as Mr and Mrs Gamston.










Updated: Nov 12, 2019


July 13th 2019


Thomas and Rebecca's wedding was nothing short of magical. Set in the stunning Lake District at The Gilpin Lakehouse their guests can relax and get snug in the lounge by the log fire or even sip champagne in one of the hot tubs overlooking its very own private lake surrounded by woodland! I arrived surrounded by the fresh smell of pinecones and the sense that today would be full of hidden wanders. The morning was pretty and Rebecca was relaxing with her bridesmaids picking fresh rose petals for the confetti throwing fun later that day. A woodland Wedding with a hint of Bunny as the Bride and Grooms vision for this wonderful day! It was full of quirky little gems from the sweeping staircase, smoke bombs and bouncy castles to little kids rapping and rocking! Hope you enjoy these images just as much as I do!


Venue: The Gilpin Lakehouse

Suit: Lloyd Hall Bespoke

Flowers: Brackens of Bowness Windermere

Cake: M and S and Krispy Kreme

Celebrant: Mark Adams

MUA: Katie Dale Kendal



23rd of June 2018 East Riddleston Hall


Venue: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/east-riddlesden-hall



Through twisty country lanes at 6:30am on a fresh springy saturday morning I pulled up at Hewenden Mill Cottages https://www.hewendenmillcottages.co.uk where Lauren and Ash were staying the night before the wedding. The sun was just warming up and the morning was bright and happy. I could see Ash's best man in the greenery making final adjustments to his speech and the bridesmaids had arrived. Time for the first magical moments to begin....



The first thing I love to find are the details. The rings were delicately placed in a nature inspired box and the dress was just stunning from WED2B in Bolton https://www.wed2b.co.uk/locations/north-west/greater-manchester/wedding-dresses-bolton

Ash's Suit was purchased from Vietnam. He was looking dapper as he was also trying to dash off to the venue on time.




There were many special moments in the morning as their family were staying close by and popped in to see them prior to the wedding. Once the strawberries and Champagne were opened the flowers arrived by the amazing Owl House flowers https://www.owlhouseflowers.co.uk/




Lauren looked breathtaking and The Venue at East Hiddleston Hall was Perfect.





With an awesome theme for the wedding from Harry Potter to Lord of the Rings each table had a different setting and unique character. From Dragonstone to Hogwarts, the Wall to the Shire. I was thoughtfully given a space on the Burrows table and the food was amazing by http://www.eatme-drinkme.co.uk especially the pudding.






This wedding was so cool!! They were playing some great music including First Aid kit and even Ash began to play on stage. The dancing was also fun to watch. The kids were dancing and singing and the speeches made everyone laugh. So the night was young and I went stole the couple for some after dinner shots and these are some of my favourite.



Thank you Lauren and Ash xx


Debbie





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