Amy & Nick’s wedding in Swallowfield, Berkshire
When Amy and Nick first told me about their plans for a summertime wedding with a relaxed vibe and coral colour theme, as a Berkshire wedding photographer I jumped at the opportunity!
On the morning of the wedding I met Amy at her parents’ home where she was getting ready surrounded by her family and bridesmaids. They popped champagne (a little too vigourously!) and clinked flutes. Thankfully Amy dodged the spraying bubbly! After being helped into her dress by her Mum, Amy then revealed her bridal look to her Dad. It was undeniably touching and a very special moment.
Going to the Chapel
A classic vintage car took Amy and her bridal party to St James Church in Finchampstead. Her Father was every bit the proud parent as he walked Amy down the aisle. Following a very long confetti exit, we took a wander around the beautiful gardens of the church to capture some portraits. Without a doubt Amy and Nick looked stunning as they strolled around the grounds of the Berkshire church.
Wedding reception at Mill House, Berkshire
Afterwards it was on to their reception at the Mill House Hotel in Swallowfield. The couple chose a coral colour theme across their florals, décor and bridesmaid dresses. They even went all out and had reception drinks to match! Anyone for an Aperol spritz? It was a theme which perfectly complimented their summertime wedding.
The Mill House itself has an inescapable romance. The fairy-light adorned gardens and nearby fields certainly make stunning backdrops for photos. So as the sun set we gathered the bridesmaids and groomsmen and headed into the field for some fun group shots and romantic couple’s portraits.
All in all, I felt truly honoured to play a small role in such an amazing day. I wish Amy and Nick all the best for a long and happy marriage together – and an amazing honeymoon in the Seychelles!
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