Well I am not sure the weather knew what it wanted to do when the day came for Amy and Jim to get married. One minute it was bright and sunny and the next it was raining but it didn’t do anything to dampen a very beautiful wedding.
This lovely couple were getting married in St Mary’s Church in Lutterworth. They had chosen to start their coverage when they arrived for the service so we were there ready and waiting to capture guests walking up the path, some in sun, some with umbrellas and some making a dash for it as they hadn’t expected rain! Jim arrived well in time and had his groomsmen supporting him all in suits from The Wedding Barn. Amy arrived traditionally a little late in camper vans from Vintage Inspired Wedding Hire. She looked gorgeous in her Maggie Sottero dress from Bradgate Brides carrying a bouquet made by White’s Florists, Lutterworth. Amy had her hair styled by her friend from Maine Hair in Ullesthorpe.
The service was full of music which reflected Amy’s background. There was an amazing performance by her sister and friends which brought tears to eyes (including mine!). Ed Court accompanied them on the piano.
We all made our way back to Coombe Abbey after a few family photos. It rained all the way there but as soon as the camper arrived it stopped so we captured a few photos at the front of the hotel before making our way onto the terrace for a few couple photos, a big group photo and the drinks reception. There was also a crepe van from Madame Crepe which kept any hunger pangs at bay!
It was then time to sit down in the marquee, time for speeches first and then their wedding breakfast. The marquee had been decorated by Rainbow Wedding Shop. A beautiful cake was in the corner of the room and this was made by Jim’s Auntie Jane of Ice Cake Design.
We had a great day with everyone. There are loads more photos are available on their gallery. Amy and Jim have a password for this along with a discount code for prints.
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