Date of Wedding: 14th May 2016 Marriage Location: St Nicholas's Church, Withycombe, Somerset Reception: The Tithe Barn Community Hall, Dunster, Somerset
Lewis & Lauren invited aproximately 60 guests to witness their wedding at St Nicholas's Church , Withycombe, Somerset and a further 40 guests were invited to join them for their evening celebrations in the Tithe Barn Community Hall, Dunster.
The Church of St Nicholas dates from the 13th century and has been designated by English Heritage as a grade I listed building a beautiful church and well worth a visit. The minister in charge of this service was not a fan of photography and so unfortunately we have no images to record this beautiful service.
Dress code for the day was formal with the groomsmen dressed in three quarter length. single breasted dark tails, white waistcoats and grey trousers - cravats were blue which matched the colour scheme for the day and pocket handkerchiefs were silver.
Lauren asked her sister Jenny to be her Chief Bridesmaid, with her other bridesmaids being - Lauren (Friend) and Pepper (Friend), little Saskia was our wonderful Flower. The bridesmaids looked wonderful in their floor-length deep blue dresses.
Lewis asked his brother Lawrence to act as his best man and Ringo was asked to be the Usher for the day.
The bridal party were great fun and helped created many of the stunning images that we captured on the day.
For the after service celebrations the bridal party and guests travelled the short distance from Withycombe to the Tithe Barn Community Hall in Dunster where the grounds were prepared for fun and games.
As always The Village of Dunster provided us with a stunning backdrop for our photographs. We gave the tourist and residents a treat with our little walk around and special photoshoot - we visited the Pack Horse Bridge, The Yarn Market and the Dove Cot - we even (cheekily) managed to get a great shot in a local garden where the house was bathed in wisteria.
Fabulous wedding - great choice of location - lovely day - thanks for allowing us to be involved.