Good morning and welcome to Poppy and Tom’s charming wedding in the Cotswolds! I’m loving their turquoise, fuschia pink and green colour scheme which works beautifully with the hydrangeas, peonies and alchemilla flowers to give a natural, just picked, country garden look.
Thanks to Graham Young for submitting this to Adore too, he’s a wedding photographer in London and the South East, producing timeless, elegant and beautiful photography which is relaxed but organised – you can see more of his work here.
“ We were at a beautiful monastery in the Tuscan hills having just had a gorgeous meal. We were grabbing shelter before running to the car, as the heavens had opened. Suddenly I turned around to find Tom on his knee, ring in hand.”
“During the signing of the register we had a soloist sing Panis Angelicus and at the end of the service as we reached the top of the aisle we turned back to our congregation as the choir sang ‘How Sweet it is’ and we all had a sing song.
Our 16 month old daughter was so delightful as our flower girl in her pretty little lace and organza dress. She welcomed everybody with daddy at the Church and then came down the aisle with her godmother Rachel.”
“My absolute personal favourite bit were the speeches, my mum, Tom and Paul – the best man, moved me to tears with their humour and loving comments.
I also surprised my new husband with four little Irish dancers from a local school. Their dancing was amazing and the extreme curly wigs and make up was very entertaining!
Obviously a major part of our big day was the super calm and creative photography of Graham Young Photography who manoevered skilfully from one shot to the next unobtrusively and having listened to our preferences really captured natural and beautiful shots we will treasure forever.”
Photography – Graham Young Photography
Dress – Ella Bridals
Entertainment – Machiel Van Der Aar ‘SaxSymbol’
Transport – Alex Cars
Florist – Scentiments in Tetbury
Venue – St Mary’s Church, Cricklade then the Rectory Hotel, Cotswolds