Do you know what? We're so not done with the festive feels, especially not after receiving this absolute delight in our inbox from the amazing documentary style photographer Richard Galloway Photography.
Kerry rocked some serious winter bride chic; with a beautiful lace bodice number from Pronovias and shoes by Kurt Geiger.
Here come the girls. Bridesmaids wore long navy maxi dresses from David's Bridal whilst clutching delicate white bouquets from one of our recommended florists, Sonning Flowers. Don't you adore how Richard captures the air of excitement as the bridal entourage approach the ceremony.
Ceremonies at Notely Abbey never cease to wow, providing the perfect canopy to swoop festive lighting.
With subtle nods to the season, Kerry & Tom's day was styled with soft greys, sparkles, fir trees and lots of delicate white gypsophila, mimicking flakes of snow.
Wedding Dress Pronovias | Shoes Kurt Geiger | Hair Ruth George | Bridesmaids David's Bridal | Suit Moss Bros | Shoes Barker Perth | Tie & Square King & Priory | Flowers Sonning Flowers | Venue Notley Abbey | Cake Cakes by Joanne | Jewellery Loveweds Harpenden | Photography Richard Galloway | Acoustic Duo Marcel & Matt | 8 Piece Band Party Up | DJ DJ Sam
Nestled in the West Berkshire countryside, Emma & Duncan's venue was a family barn, transformed into a charming space for partying after a traditional ceremony at the lovely Aldworth Church.
Outside the barn, a marquee was put up to host the wedding breakfast. Dressed in village bunting and garden florals in little metal buckets, their decor oozed quintessential Britain.
Arriving in style, vintage carriages brought the groomsmen and the bride and bridesmaids. Winding country roads provided Shannon with the perfect set up for the arrival photographs. and with top hats adorning their heads, the groomsmen posed for fun-filled snaps before the festivities began.
What country wedding would be complete without a country caterer? One of our recommended foodie folk, The Wild Fork served traditional Pimms & Champagne on arrival alongside local hearty ales. Canapés were circulated, including The Wild Fork's famous Ale Puffs with Chilli Salt.
For the wedding breakfast, Emma & Duncan's guests were offered a choice of delicious, hearty fare including Rump of Lamb, Sweet Potato Mash, Black Pudding, Cauliflower and Spring Greens. The feast was finished with a selection of English Miniature Desserts and Whole Lemon Tarts!
It was into the barn for the evening celebrations, where guests danced the night away whilst enjoying grabbing a drink from the rustic bar set up.
We think it's such a treat to be able to share with you such a gawj country wedding featuring two of our wonderful recommended suppliers. Thank you Shannon, SLR Photography, for sharing your fab images once again!
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