Sara & Wayne / St Gregory’s Church & Aldwick Estate / Somerset Photographer
Sara & Wayne
We’d been keeping an eye on the weather for today all week, and sadly it wasn’t looking great. So because of this we had a little recci of the Church earlier in the week in preparation for some inside pictures…
We started the day arriving at Sara’s parent’s home as Sara herself was arriving back from the hairdressers in the pouring rain! All inside and it was time for make-up which Sara applied beautifully. Sara had kept her dress from everyone today except Mum so when Dad saw his only daughter for the first time, it was quite an emotional moment with the beautiful bride just holding it together. With the quaint Church only five minutes up the road we made our way to meet Wayne as he waited for Sara to make her entrance…and just as she did the rain stopped! As the ceremony came to an end the sun peeked out from behind the clouds allowing the confetti shot to take place outside and a few pictures of close family. With all the guests making their way to Aldwick we took advantage of the time we had and took the couple back into the Church for some very atmospheric pictures…stunning. Back at the venue and while their guests were enjoying a drink or two we sneaked the couple away for some pictures in the vineyard, such a pretty setting. Time for everyone to sit down for dinner followed by speeches…full of laughs and plenty of tears too. All day Sara had said she wanted to go out in her wellies with umbrellas and do some more pictures…you don’t have to ask Neil twice, so as the rain came down off we went again! With the first dance fast approaching there was one last surprise…the confetti canon, and with Sara’s brother very excited to be asked to fire it we ended our day covered in it…very funny!
Thank you Sara and Wayne for being so great to work with it was a pleasure sharing your day with you.
Venue: Aldwick Court
Dress: The Bridal Room
Flowers: The Wilde Bunch
Hair: JSB Team
Cake: The Macaroom
Entertainment: Kieran Clark Entertainment