We have been back at Mythe Barn! Another fabulous day at this lovely venue near Atherstone and this time we were photographing Emma and Nic. The grounds of the Mythe Barn looked beautiful with blue skies to match.
Both were getting ready at the venue. Emma was with her bridesmaids and her two lovely suppliers for her preparations. She had Bryony Dalton doing make up and Christine Louise Maxey doing hair. Emma’s dress was a stunning White One design from Mabel and Maud. The bridesmaids dresses were made by Lisa Haggan, they even had pockets!
Kev captured Nic’s arrival and he changed into his Ted Baker suit from Moss Bros before having photos taken with his groomsmen.
During the morning it was lovely to bump into Jessica Andrews from The Garden Rose, Hinckley who was doing the flowers. They were stunning.
Emma’s Mum helped her into her dress and then it was downstairs to walk the aisle to Nic. There were some emotional and humorous moment during the ceremony in which they exchanged rings from Bickertons and then we lined everyone up for a confetti throw before photos and drinks. Galloping Gourmet were ready to welcome the guests into the barn for the wedding breakfast during which everyone was in for a surprise, The Best Singing Waiters. What a great crowd pleaser. We had Dirty Dancing lifts from people you would never have expected and everyone was up on their feet.
We had a beautiful sky so took the opportunity to capture some sunset shots. The rest of the evening got under way with the cutting of a gorgeous Sophie Page cake and then into the first dance (again the Best Singing Waiters provided the entertainment for the evening). The Love Letters were supplied by Dancefloor DJs.
Massive thanks to Laura, Julie and the rest of the team for a great job in looking after the guests (and us as always). It really was a fab day. If you want to see more ask Emma or Nic for the password for their gallery along with a discount code for prints.
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