Warwick House Wedding Photographer
One of my favourite venues, Warwick House played host to this family centric wedding. The day went perfectly and we even managed to head over to Chesterton Windmill!
Bridal prep was just the right mix of chaos and happiness, with the bride running fashionably late it was soon a distant memory once they arrived on the aisle. The pair were beaming throughout the ceremony and as soon as they said ‘I do’ they were joined by their two little ones, who couldn’t wait to see Mummy and Daddy!
It must be really weird for the young kids, Mum and Dad spending the morning apart in some strange place who seem to think your mum is royalty, then they go and stand in front of everyone you’ve ever met and say some posh words?! Anyway, back to the wedding in question! One of the standout moments for me was the best man speech, more often than not the best see’s it as a mission to socially destroy the groom (much to everyones amusement!) But the best man made a proper heart felt speech about the groom and I thought it was awesome.
The night descended beautifully into a mix of jager bombs, ties around the head dancing and some questionable moves from the guests!
Thank you both so much for having me along, I had such a good time!
HOW DID YOU MEET?
Sixth form party, through friends… 9 years ago
WHO DID YOUR FLOWERS?
We did! Tesco’s and DIY!
HOW DID THEY PROPOSE?
WHERE DID YOU GET YOUR DRESS?
My brother Eddy!!
WHO WAS YOUR HAIR STYLIST?
WHO DID YOUR MAKEUP?
WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE FUTURE BRIDE AND GROOMS?
2. Venue and food
3. People under the same roof sharing the special day
enjoy the day, everything works itself out.
ANY MONEY SAVING TIPS?
DIY, it makes the wedding personal and guest do notice the personal touches, get others involved. Pinterest is your best friend.
ANY ONE ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO GIVE A SHOUTOUT?
Oh and Darren the man himself, top man! More than just a photographer, he’s a friend and a guest, really blends in. (**I promise I didn’t pay Mrs Li for that comment!!)