Weddings can be delightful any time of the year. All you need is a little imagination, someone to marry and if you are getting married in cold weather months – something to keep you warm and cosy!
I was delighted to meet Emily and Andrew through a wonderful florist, Haze Lea (AKA Katharine) and when I met Emily and Andrew to photograph their engagement session, Emily and I discovered we both had a passion for The White Company (much to our husband’s disgust – more cushions is what I hear all the time!)
That pretty much sealed the deal for us both!
It is always a pleasure photographing weddings in the Cotswolds, whether they are manor homes such as Eastington Park or outdoor marquee weddings in the heart of the Cotswolds. To me it doesn’t matter where because they are all unique and gorgeous!
So when I arrived at Kingscote Barn on a windy and cold winter’s day, it did not disappoint. Emily and her bridesmaids were busy getting ready in the Byre when I arrived and the guys were still on route to Kingscote. Emily was completely chilled and soaking up the morning; which is exactly how I love to find a bride on her wedding day!
Once Andrew and the guys arrived, they found their room and one of my favourite moments of the day was watching them trying to get their ties right. After a number of attempts and lots of laughter, the ties were correctly around their necks and it was time to rock and roll.