Gabbi and Tom decided to wait until after their honeymoon to see the premiere of their images from their beautiful wedding at Ansty Hall near Coventry. It was something to look forward to for them. It had been a long time in the planning. I still remember clearly meeting Gabbi at a wedding fayre a few years ago and they were one of our first bookings for 2019.
Gabbi got ready at the hotel with bridesmaids and Mums. Visible Changes were done hair styling and Beyond Basic were doing make up. She had a gorgeous Enzoani gown from Sammie Lou Bridal Couture, the same place the bridesmaids dresses came from. Gabbi looked stunning. The dress fitted perfectly thanks to alterations by Stitched Up.
The guys got ready at the couple’s home before making their way to the hotel in a limo. All had suits from Moss Bros.
It was great to be working with Zade from Zade Film Co too. He was filming the day for the couple.
The ceremony was conducted by Julia, it is always such a pleasure and entertainment to bump into her on a wedding day. Lots of laughter and a few emotional tears throughout. Rings from Hills and M&M in Rugby were exchanged and then it was outside for drinks and photos. We had a few rain showers to contend with but nothing to spoil what we needed. It was then time to head in for the wedding breakfast. The room looked lovely with fabulous flowers from Soiree Taylor Made Occasions.
There were some great speeches and some more emotional tears and then we headed back outside for a few more photos and some fun with the bridal party before the evening entertainment commenced with music from Phil Rostance and the Marshall Band.
Check out the photos at sunset! We had some young cows come to find out what was going on and we literally couldn’t get a shot without them. So funny!
Enjoy the photos. To see more contact Gabbi or Tom for the password to their gallery along with a discount code for prints.
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