We have seen the wonderful Stanbrook Abbey develop into a fab wedding venue over the past few years and look forward to every wedding we photograph there. It’s a really wow place. We met Taryn and Owen at a wedding fayre and it was there that they decided they would like us to be their wedding photographers.
We had got to know them a little at their pre wedding shoot so we weren’t strangers on the day 🙂 Taryn had booked Bride’s Manor for herself and the girls. It is a wonderful self contained house perfect for the morning of your wedding. She had Sarah McNamee and Gracie Charteris doing hair and make up before she got into her gorgeous Stella York dress from Perfections in Worcester.
Owen was with the guys in the Groom’s Room getting into suits from Armstrongs of Worcester. They then went out with Kev around the grounds for a few photos before greeting guests as they arrived for the ceremony.
There were beautiful flowers all over the venue including the bouquets. John, The Flower Man at Kilbury Flowers was responsible for these as well as most of the decor in the pavilion.
Clyde who was running the day for the hotel came to meet Taryn and take her to the Callow Hall to walk down the aisle with her Dad. It’s such a beautiful place to get married.
It was then time for drinks, photos and a catch up with friends and family before being welcomed in for their wedding breakfast. The impressive cake was by Helen at Divineys Delights.
After the meal it was out into the gardens where everyone relaxed and enjoyed the weather. There was lots of fun with people playing garden games and cricket which entertained the guests!
The DJ, Damian Homer, was set up in St Anne’s for the evening so welcomed the newly weds in for their first dance and then there was some extra fun with our brand new Photo booth which we had our on the verandah for the guests to enjoy. Oh and we got another awesome sunset!
Great day. Check out a few of the photos below and contact the couple for the password and discount code for prints if you want to see more.