We do love a chilled English countryside garden wedding… and Holly and Tom pulled off their summer wedding day beautifully!
Holly and Tom had seen our photos from Harriet and Ed’s wedding (thanks to Holly’s lovely sister, George, who was a bridesmaid!) – we were thrilled as always to be recommended by George, and loved our day trip to Hampshire to capture their relaxed summer wedding!
Their wedding ceremony was in Tom’s local church, and guests headed to their dear friend Rose’s garden for the reception. Luckily the weather was perfect enough to hold the speeches and cake cutting al fresco – love it!!
Tom is a massive foodie (we spent a big chunk of our pre-wedding meet up talking food!!), and so he designed and created all the canapés for the wedding, with preparations starting months beforehand!! It was also a lovely touch to invite local children from a charity supported by the families to attend the wedding and take part in the food and drinks service on the day.
Tom and Holly are a genuinely sweet, loving couple who we really enjoyed getting to know – they were so relaxed on the day, which always helps us to capture the honest mood of the day… in all its sunshine, fun and glory! We hope you’ll enjoy these teasers, and we can’t wait to share more with you soon!
We hope you loved this fun garden wedding as much as we enjoyed shooting it! Get in touch if you’d like to talk about photos for your outdoor bash… we’d love to shoot it!!
With thanks to:
Church ceremony // St. Peter’s Church, St. Mary Bourne
Reception venue // Family friend Rose’s home
Marquee // Redcrest Events
Wedding party flowers // Vigo Nursery C Blake & Sons
Wedding dress // Teokath
Groom’s tails // Justin Block Tailoring
Waistcoat // J W Hooke
Flower girls + page boy outfits // Little Ladies and Lords
Wedding cake // Friends Jo and Amy
Canapes // made by groom Tom + family
Catering // Gig Lees
Band // The Guilty Pleasures
Hair + Make up // Ema Doherty – The Hair and Beauty Artist
Invitations // Gee Brothers
Inserts + Order of Service // Payne Printers and Stationers