Living in Lincolnshire means that we’re perfectly located to shoot weddings all over the country. Before moving up to the East midlands we spent most weekends shooting at wedding venues in Essex and the south east. It was (and still is) always a treat when we get to work something new! Mountains Country house was a venue that was new to us, so we’d been looking forward to Laura and Richard’s day for what feels like forever. We’d originally met them wayyyy back in 2013. Their vision for a relaxed, country garden wedding fitted perfectly with our style.
You may remember Laura and Richard from a previous blog post from their engagement shoot. We had a brilliant time with them for that so we knew the wedding was going to be great!
As is always the case, their day crept up out of nowhere. All of a sudden there we were, admiring details that had been lovingly chosen and agonised over. From the dreamy dresses to the home-grown flowers. Everything matched their original vision perfectly.
We’ll let the photos do the talking
We wont keep you in suspense any longer- we’ll let the photos do the talking! Hopefully they’ll do a much better job of showing what a wonderful, happy occasion Richard and Laura’s day was. We had a brilliant time and feel honoured to have been a part of it.
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