Seona and Rob got married at the DeVere New Place in Shirrell Heath back in July. Seona has an obvious love of pink which ran through the theme of the wedding. I thought she had restyled her whole house to coordinate with the wedding, there were already so many touches of pink and roses already! She wore a gorgeous Oyster coloured dress, with a bouquet of dusky pink roses and her bridesmaids in Lilac. The reception room was styled with candles, mirror plates and pink rose petals. The table names were made of photos from their parent’s and other family members weddings which was a lovely idea. Rob & Seona seem blissfully happy together and I wish them the very best of luck for the future!
Here’s some highlights from the day. The full gallery is now online for friends and family here.
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I arrived at New Place on a rainy May morning and all I could find was an amazing wedding dress. We hung out for a bit, had a little photo session, but I was beginning to worry that it wasn’t going to fulfil its destiny. Luckily Caroline and her bridesmaids arrived, a little late from the hairdressers and suddenly the sun came out and we had a wedding on our hands. The dress looked even more amazing on the beautiful bride, who was given even by her proud dad. Graham spent the day with a big grin on his face, looking like the cat who got the cream. A fun, relaxed wedding. they both look truly happy together. Caroline and Graham I hope the wedding was the start of a wonderful marriage, full of many more adventures, congratulations!
Here is a selection of highlights from the day. The full gallery is online for friends and family here.
Seona & Rob got married! Here’s a sneak preview from their wedding at New Place yesterday.
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I’m heading back to New Place again at the beginning of July for Seona and Rob’s summer wedding. Here are some photos from their pre-wedding portrait session. I am once again loving that low evening sunlight through the trees at New Place. Hoping we get another lovely sunny day for the wedding…
Bank holiday weekend, it was bound to rain wasn’t it. I thought we were going to be hidden indoors all day when I arrived in a downpour at New Place for Caroline and Graham’s wedding on Saturday. It was beginning to look really bad when there was no sign of the bride an hour after I had got there. There was a big white dress, so I decided to stick with it and hope someone arrived soon to claim it. (and what a gorgeous dress!) Caroline did make it with plenty of time to spare, the dress looking even more gorgeous on. She brought the fine (ish) weather with her and things all panned out rather well from there.
Here’s a little sneak peek from the day. More to follow in a few weeks when Caroline and Graham are back from their travels (so jealous)
Caroline and Graham are getting married at New Place in Shirrell Heath later this month. We met up to go through the final plans and a pre-wedding photo session in the surrounding woods. Early evening isn’t called the ‘Magic Hour’ by photographers for nothing- the light on sunny summer evenings is perfect for portraits (and of course wedding photos!) I really love how these came out with the sun glinting through the trees.
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