BIRTSMORTON COURT WEDDING VENUE
Laura & Roland were married in June at one of Worcestershire’s most beautiful wedding venues – Birtsmorton Court. The medieval manor house was looking resplendent in the sunshine, with lilies flowering on the moat. The White Garden was at it’s absolute finest, with all the white blooms ready to welcome mingling guests. Anyone who has been following my blog for a while will know that Birtsmorton Court is one of my absolute favourite venues, so it was a real pleasure to be here again.
PART DAY PHOTOGRAPHY COVERAGE
I love to offer both Full Day and also Part Day Wedding Photography options, so that you can choose the level of photography coverage you need, from just the ceremony, to including the reception, the dancing etc, whatever you want! Laura & Roland had me photograph a small amount of bridal prep, the ceremony and through to the wedding breakfast and speeches. If you would like to find out more about my part day or shorter day / smaller wedding options, please do contact me for my brochure!
A FLORAL WEDDING DRESS
Laura got ready at the nearby Hilton hotel, and arrived in style in a vintage car. Her wedding dress was, I think, my most-loved of the year, being a pink floral wedding dress – the Sassi Holford ‘Marilyn’ gown, with gorgeous rose-patterned fabric beneath a delicate organza overlay. (I would like to wear that dress every day!). Her flowers and every other detail were all designed to co-ordinate with the rose theme, with roses in her bouquet, on the table stationery, and even hand-painted around their wedding cake. It was a theme that I absolutely loved, being a good match for my own branding too! After a beautiful ceremony in the flower-filled church at Birtsmorton, guests enjoyed drinks and canapes in the sunny grounds, entertained by vintage singers. They then moved into the prettily-decorated Garden Room for speeches, food and dancing. Thank you to Laura & Roland for having me there for part of your wonderful wedding day – it was a joy! Huge congratulations to you both, and here are a few favourites… x