He cried when she walked down the aisle towards him. Big, soft tears rolled down his face as his bride, Jenny smiled at him and walked towards him, towards Kieran, towards their future together… With their friends and family gathered around them, Kieran & Jenny promised to stay true to each other, together forever – no matter what life handed them. They then sealed their promise with a kiss… and their guests couldn’t help but erupt with applause, filling the Church of St Andrew in Castle Combe.
The rest of the day was spent laughing, clinking glasses and pouring bubbles, celebrating the love that these two have found and what they share together.
Kieran & Jenny, to be at your wedding was a complete dream. When I met Nick, I never imagined the amazing family that would also enter my life… so I want to say thank you. Being trusted to document your wedding day was an absolute honour and I cannot wait to see what the future holds for you both!!
Thanks to the following vendors for making Kieran & Jenny’s day as beautiful as it was:
Prep Venue: Castle Inn
Ceremony Venue: Church of St Andrew in Castle Combe
Choir: Vocal Works Gospel Choir
Reception Venue: Manor House
Bridal Gown Designer: Suzanne Neville
Florist: Jill Jeffries
Stylist: Cahoots Events
Kieran & his groomsmen got ready in the Castle Inn, such a quaint pub in the middle of town… honestly, this setting captivated my heart as soon as I saw it. Castle Combe… I’m forever yours!
Since majority of their guests were staying locally, Kieran & his groomsmen went to join them for a beer or two, before the ceremony…
Meanwhile, Jenny & her bridesmaids were getting ready in the Manor House, nestled overlooking Castle Combe. Her gown was simply stunning and was made complete with delicate beading and an amazing lace overlay!
Jenny’s mum was there to help dress her – these moments between mother of the bride and her daughter are just so special…
Gorgeous little Poppy did so well as flower girl for the day… isn’t she just the sweetest!!
Jenny was then collected for the short journey to the Church of St Andrew (which is a 14th century church by the way) to meet the man of her dreams, Kieran and become his wife.
One of the moments I just adore… the moment when the groom sees his bride for the first time. This is why I believe it is so important to have two photographers, one to focus on you (the bride) and the other to focus on your husband-to-be’s reaction…
Husband & wife….
The newlyweds then invited their guests back to the Manor House for canapés and champagne… while I was able to organise a group photo, with the help of the Master of Ceremonies – I would love to bring him (and his red coat tails) to every wedding I photograph!! He was just amazing.
Jenny’s bouquet was breathtaking, I was in love with the beautiful english roses – and the contrast of the blue, soft orange and greenery… amazing…
We then spent some time taking some bridal party portraits… of course I had to take some in front of the Manor House!
… and then down by their deckchairs. Why not!
The wedding day is all about moments, this is a moment between a man and a woman, now officially husband & wife!
Kieran & Jenny organised the timeline for their wedding day so that they shared a ‘wedding breakfast’ with their guests (it is called a breakfast as it is their first meal together as husband and wife) and therefore, they got all of their formalities done earlier so that they could enjoy the remainder of the night… dancing it away! This is the reception room at the Manor House, were they held their wedding breakfast:
… and then this is where, they danced the night away!! Everyone, got on that dance floor… it was amazing end to an amazing day!
To see more from their amazing wedding day, press play on the slideshow below (and I would love to hear what you think of the photos, please leave a comment for me!):