Chloe and Jason’s wedding was a truly beautiful, rustic day which they planned close to home in the village of Woodchurch. The theme was a mixture of pinks, whites and golds – we loved the bridesmaids’ dresses and Chloe’s shoes which had a touch of sparkle! The bouquets were a romantic mix of peonies and gypsophila, created by the very talented Cafe des Fleurs.
Andy started the morning with Jason and his groomsmen getting ready – they clearly had plenty of fun with their cars! I spent the first part of the morning at the Rye Retreat where the bridal party were pampered, before heading to Chloe’s parents’ home to get dressed. We got lucky and spotted a field full of soft blue linseed flowers in bloom opposite, so we had to hop in for a few shots!
The rest of the day was laid-back and fun-filled, with so many personal touches everywhere. The weather was glorious, so everyone stayed outside until late sitting on straw bales and enjoying the sunshine. The fun didn’t stop after dark – ‘The Rockpins’ kept the dance floor packed, and the fire pit outside provided plenty of marshmallow-toasting fun!
Towards the end of the night, two very special family members who sadly could not be there to see Chloe and Jason’s day were remembered with a very poignant Chinese lantern release. Beautiful…