Beth was one of the calmest brides I had ever seen on the morning of her wedding day, she was even doing her own hair! Her bouquet from the amazing Swallows and Damsons was lovely and rustic and dotted with tiny buttons which was a hint of the theme of the wedding day. The wedding took place at All Saints Church in Ecclesall, the church plays a large part in both Beth and David’s lives and from the front where I was their love for both each other and God was truly amazing. Music is important to the couple too with bands playing during the service. As the bridal party left the church they danced down the aisle to Tinchy Stryder – Number 1!
We had time to take Beth & David up to Burbage moors for some photos on their own – it takes a brave bride to negotiate sheep poo for a stunning photo!
We then headed off to the reception at High Storrs School. The building had recently been refurbished and was completely transformed by the finishing touches the couple and their friends added. The reception room was dressed with vintage books which formed the seating plan, tablecloths had been hand sewn with tiny buttons and guests sat down to cake, sandwiches and scones. Outside in what used to be the staff room was all sorts of exciting things for the guests to do including a tuck shop, fizzy pop, ice cream, a wish tree and even a handmade photo wall with photo frames set into it for guests to put their heads through!
Speeches were fantastic, Dave’s best men even produced their own “What Dave” slideshow with some interesting photos of Dave in various poses.. In the evening guests feasted a hog roast – there was plenty to go around as two companies ended up turning up!
The reception room transformed again for the evening with the couple’s friend’s bands playing as they danced the night away.
What a fantastic wedding day, such a great relaxed couple and a wedding filled with personal touches. We wish you both lots of love and happiness for the future