What a beautiful day we had with this amazing couple. We loved spending the day with Lucy and Nathan capturing their relaxed wedding.

Lucy was getting ready at her Mum’s home literally a walk away from St Helen’s Church in Sharnford where they were going to say “I Do”. She had her bridesmaid with her as support along with her Mum. The atmosphere was chilled as she had Jane Pink doing her hair styling and Farrah Desai doing make-up. Her Mum then shared a special moment helping her into her gorgeous dress from About A Bride in Milton Keynes. She looked stunning.

Kev started his day capturing the detail at the venue which was Victoria Farm. Lucy had a vision of what she wanted and she put so much time and effort into doing it all herself (with a little help from Nathan of course 😉 ) He then went to meet up with the man himself at a pub down from the Church. He looked pretty handsome in his suit from Slaters.

There were flowers everywhere including a beautiful bouquet and these were courtesy of Lucy’s very talented Mum.

I walked up to the Church to await our lovely bride’s arrival. The vicar, Mick, was waiting patiently for her. She was delayed though. The weather went from blue skies and sunshine to rain that was literally bouncing off the ground! Good news was that it stopped as she pulled up in the car, which was driven by Nathan’s Dad.

Once married we had a confetti throw at the end of the Church path and then took the couple off for some photos. We found a beautiful cornfield nearby, the blue skies and sunshine returned so we took some fab images of the newly weds before making our way back to the guests who were waiting patiently for them to return.

This was the time for us to capture some natural photos, the rain returned as the guests sat for dinner, so didn’t cause us a problem at all! Once everyone was fed and watered and had taken advantage of the cup cakes (made by Lucy and her Mum) and doughnuts we had a bit more time with the couple and used the venue for more photos. We were keeping our eye open for a sunset and wow did we get one! Even the parents insisted on a photo lol.

First dance was a medley of music (the couple are really into their theatre) and they had choreographed a brilliant routine which entertained everyone before Natalie Nightingale sang.

We were able to grab some fish and chips from Tom and Simon’s Kitchen van before we sadly said our goodbyes. What a day! Check out the photos below and ask the couple for their password and discount code for prints.