August 21, 2013

Jenny + Joss’s Wedding at St Oswalds Church, Luddington.

Jenny and Joss got married last month at St Oswalds Church, Luddington, they celebrated their day in an amazing barn style venue, Haldenby Hall. Their wedding from start to finish was super chilled and party filled! The first dance lasted about an hour with an awesome Scottish Cèilidh dance! Music supplied by a double bass fueled band on the lawn 🙂

Haldenby Hall was a stones throw from Jenny’s parents house, where Tim joined the girls for morning preps.  Flowers arriving and the girls in love with them :)……….meanwhile Paul met up with Joss and the guys at his hotel just outside Luddington, for man love, beers and groom preps! Joss rocking the Kilt the “true scot” style 😉 He even let me stroke his rabbit hair Sporran…ha.  
Jenny relaxing as hair and make up are applied and Tim shooting the dress and heels.
Jenny on the champagne and finishing touches to make up. Whilst Joss was on the way to the church for checks and buttonhole finishing touches.
The girls putting the final touches to make up and slipping Jenny into her dress 🙂
Jenny’s parents “Scunfest” sign 🙂 This sign was made whilst organising a massive party/mini fest so that they had to party every year! what an ace idea 🙂
This smile when our couples see each other always makes the hairs stand on end 🙂 Check the connection between these too! Loving this shot, Jenny after getting married.  After a few quick portraits at the church we took a pit stop and a much needed refuel at Jenny’s parents house.
The venue was amazing, we loved all the little touches and decor. The mini festival vibe with the quintessentially British afternoon tea made for an amazing atmosphere.
The weather being typically British we had to run for cover a few times! Love this tea cosie 🙂 After the speeches the party was in full swing with the first dance involving 90% of the wedding party, the first dance was a traditional Scottish Cèilidh dance. We enjoyed this day so much, party on guys!

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