Festival Wedding Herefordshire


Grace & Sam had a fun Herefordshire wedding celebration back in September. They tied the knot in the local church, hidden away down a countryside lane. Then everyone celebrated back at the family house, festival style, where there was plenty of colourful bunting, garden games all afternoon, and a campfire to gather around as the sun went down, before heading into the marquee for the evening. Grace & Sam didn’t want a traditional wedding day – they wanted it to be relaxed, informal and fun, with plenty of personality, and that is exactly what they achieved! All their friends & family helped out to make this a really memorable and enjoyable wedding celebration – their day, their way.

Grace wore a tea-length wedding dress with a sequinned gold bolero, a flower crown, and her faithful boots. Her hair and makeup was by Le Glow Beautiful Brides, and the vibrant bouquets were by The Great British Florist.

Grace & Sam didn’t want the fuss of a traditional wedding photographer, so my natural documentary style of photography was perfect for them. I creatively documented their whole day without them being bothered by the camera, capturing the atmosphere and the fun of the day and everyone enjoying it all. When they saw their photographs they said: “Gemma thank you so much! These are fantastic – there are so many amazing pictures!”

So, here are a few favourites to tell the story of their fun Herefordshire wedding day! Thank you for having me there Grace & Sam – I really enjoyed it! x