It’s not often I get complimented on my perfume (am I making bad fragrance choices?) but I received two compliments on the morning of this wedding. One from beautiful bride Natalie and again later from the groom Dean, they are like two peas in a pod. So similar whilst bringing out the best in one another. I loved these guys. Their wedding day was windy and VERY cold (remember Beast from the East anyone!?) but it didn’t matter one bit to Natalie & Dean. They were getting married and that was what counted, they only had their eyes on the prize…to marry their one and only. Their ceremony was wonderful. Surrounded by their lovely, smiling friends and family it was a perfect day. The Boathouse creates such a light and bright ceremony room overlooking the boats and water… for Natalie and Dean it was snow-covered scene with a frozen pond and fountain.
When I think of Dean and Natalie I think of them smiling and laughing together, they are such a kind couple. Dean even insisted on bringing me a chocolate brownie during my break! #groomoftheyear
As a recommended supplier at The Boathouse Aston Marina I love shooting their and Mr & Mrs Neale’s big day did not disappoint. Their rustic blush pink theme included candle light, log slices as centrepieces and the most ‘instagramable’ cake ever. I loved the girls pretty fur stoles Natalie and I called them ‘capes’…which was apt as the girls were superheroes going outside in minus temperatures! 🙂 Natalie’s son Nathan made the cutest little pageboy and him and his best friends were cutting it up on the dance floor come the evening!
Hair was by Abigail at Arabella Hair and Beauty
The bride did her own make-up (clever clogs!)
The beautiful floral arrangements were by Stacey’s bouquets
Cake artist was Nicola Cooper at the Cake Coop