We had a brilliant day photographing Natalie & Tim's beautiful wedding in April this year starting at Forest Fold Baptist Church and moving onto High Hurst Wood Village Hall. Jason joined Natalie for bridal prep shots at a family members house near to the church and Sam met Tim at the church to get shots of him decorating the wedding cars which weren't just any old wedding cars but a virtual fleet of Land Rovers!
Natalie wore a gorgeously simple floor length dress with a sweetheart neckline & lace over lay. The dress had flattering sheer lace cap sleeves and a diamonte belt. Natalie carried a bouquet of fresh Roses in muted lilac and pink tones with a hessian and lace trim. There was also plenty of Gypsophila. Similar flowers were in the church and at the wedding breakfast decorating the tables and the buffet table. It all looked really beautiful. The Bridesmaids wore chiffon dresses in pale grey and sparkly flip flops. The Page Boy and Flower Girl looked really cute! The Page Boy wore a coordinating suit to the Groomsmen, with just a waistcoat and the Flower Girl wore a simple, white dress.
The Groom wore dark navy 'tails' and his Groomsmen followed the navy theme but just with smart trousers and waistcoats. We had lots of fun getting shots of the Groomsmen decorating the Land Rovers and larking around in the back of the vehicles! Jason was busy getting lots of beautiful detail shots of Natalie's dress, jewellery and accessories.
The ceremony was really lovely and heartfelt. The Page Boy walked proudly down the aisle before the bride holding a sign 'Uncle Tim - here comes your bride!" which got lots of smiles!
We were lucky enough to have a great stop off point near by for some private Bride & Groom shots and took the couple to the Ashdown Forest. We were really pleased with the shots as were Natalie & Tim. The shots were all the better for the addition of Natalie & Tim's gorgeous dog, Levi!
The village hall in High Hurst Wood had been transformed beyond belief into a gorgeous wedding breakfast space in a rustic style with lots of flowers, wooden base floral centre pieces and lots of hand made touches. The day ended with a Bride's Family V Groom's Family tug of war and then lots of dancing at a barn dance.
It was a brilliant day and we were so pleased to get the chance to take the photos. We wish Natalie & Tim all the very best for what is sure to be an amazing life together.