As I end the wedding season with a Winter wedding at The Elvetham, it’s great to look back to an entirely different season there, a blossom filled spring wedding for Natalie and Tim.
The Elvetham has a great, light space (The Seymour Room) for getting ready. So I met Natalie and the girls there for the excitement of the bridal prep photos, before the girls travelled in style- with a parade of jeeps- to St Michael and All Angels Church in Sunninghill.
Their Scottish backgrounds meant the guys got to wear family tartan- handily fitting the planned colour palette perfectly! Scotland is also meaningful as the roots of their relationship, after meeting at St Andrews University, Timothy proposed to Natalie on a pedalo in Loch Lomond. Be sure to scroll to the last image to see how they filled the dance floor – James and I braved the dancefloor and balancing on windowsills with our cameras for the best action shots!
” Oh my goodness, we don’t even know where to start?! We are lost for words!
We have literally been looking at the photo gallery for the last 4 hours! They are amazing Hannah, thank you so so much. We both got quite emotional looking at them again and again..and again. We are showing our family tomorrow so after that I will post them on social media – I can’t wait for everyone else to see them. We cannot thank you and James enough for all the beautiful memories that you have captured for us, so natural and happy. Thank you x 10000000000″
Thank you to James for second shooting and their fab wedding team listed with links at the ends of the post.
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Thank you to James for second shooting and their fab wedding team:
Venue: The Elvetham
Bridal shop: Sophie Grace Bridal
Dress designer: Morie Lee, Blu
Cars: Nostalgic car hire
River City Saxes (Sax Quartet), Chris Hooker (Sax Soloist to play during wedding breakfast), Bowreed, Sarah Middleton (Bridesmaid) to play bagpipes