Lovely to be back at Brownsover Hall Hotel again so soon after our last visit. Jennifer and Todd fell in love with this gothic venue and decided it was definitely the place for them to get married.

Jennifer had The Little Retreat and Kay Yong-Clark doing hair and make up when I arrived. All was extremely calm with no panics. Kev was with Todd who was getting ready with his groomsmen. They all had suits from Salters of Rugby. Both of them exchanged gifts in the morning and we were there to capture that too.

During the morning all the preparations came together with Rainbow Wedding Shop arriving to do the chair covers and sashes which looked really elegant and there were gorgeous flowers from Annita’s Floral Design.

Once dressed in her gown from Wed2B it was time for Jennifer to make her way down the stunning staircase at the hotel to meet Todd waiting at the end of the aisle. Our lovely friend Di was conducting the ceremony. There was laughter and emotion throughout. Music was courtesy of friends Jo and Ben Pellereau. Afterwards the couple greeted guests and then it was time for confetti and photos. The grounds at the hotel are amazing so there are endless opportunities for photos. This pair were brilliant in front of the camera too so we were able to capture really natural couple portraits which demonstrated their relationship.

Lots of fun with the bridal party throughout the day too which made for some funny photos.

The evening got underway with cutting of the cake made by Alexandria Kosylo a friend of the couple and then DJ, Winston got the dancing underway. We had our booth in place too so lots more photos were added to the memories!!

A beautiful day with a great couple. Thanks to the team at the hotel for looking after us as they have done every time we have shot at the venue since our first wedding there in 2011. Enjoy looking back at Jennifer and Todd’s day but if you want to see more then they have a password and discount code for prints which they will share with family and friends.

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