This beautiful Farringdon garden marquee wedding was such a beautiful day. All the planning and thought that Annabel and Philip had put into it was really evident.
The day started at Annabel's parents house, [where the reception was also taking place] the girls were getting ready in one of the beautiful barn conversions, just a little way from the house. It was a great space away from the hustle and bustle of the main house and all the preparations happening for the reception.
Annabel and her father were taken by horse and carriage to the church and their bridesmaids followed in a stunning 12 seater Austin.
The ceremony was really personal, with the church full of family and friends; afterwards Annabel and Philip wanted to get their guests back to the reception to make the most of the lovely weather and marvelous surroundings of her family home. So after a stunning confetti line they got into the horse and carriage and headed to the house.
The reception had been carefully thought out and planned perfectly, with an impressive covered area for their drinks reception and plenty of space for their guests to enjoy the warmth outdoors. We made the most of the spectacular grounds of the house and took some group photos by the pond and couples portraits in a number of beautiful locations around the house.
I loved this marquee wedding; Annabel, Philip, their friends and family had decorated the marquee beautifully, linking in Philip's naval background, but also embracing the garden party feel. The evening reception started when further guests arrived,which really brought a buzz to the marquee wedding and you could tell it was going to be a great evening.
I loved documenting Annabel and Philip's marquee wedding, it was a great day with such a wonderful, personal atmosphere and an awesome couple. Congratulations to them both.