There is a sad part about doing the job we do. We meet couples in advance of their big day, get to know them really well, share their day and then see the joy when they view their photos/albums. It is then that we say goodbye not knowing exactly when our paths might cross again. Laura and Ben are no exception to this. It has been a pleasure to follow their planning since they booked us many many months ago. They married at St Botolphs Church in Newbold and then went on to Ashton Lodge Country House to celebrate with family and friends.

Laura and her bridesmaids looks gorgeous. The stunning wedding gown came from The White Dress Boutique in Leamington Spa and Laura has said that they were particularly helpful throughout the whole buying and fitting process. The guys were kitted out by our friends at Salters Menswear in Rugby. The colour theme was a lovely shade of green and very fitting with an English country wedding and the whole them followed through at the venue. The flowers were no exception to this, They were provided by local florist Flowers by Michelle. They travelled in style with a car supplied by our friends at A&M Chauffeurs. Lots of smiles on the day even though it was a little cool for the girls!

As always everyone was looked after well at Ashton Lodge and a great time was had by all. Here are a few of the photos from their special day. To see more contact Laura and Ben for the password to their gallery.

 

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