James and Jenni – Aswarby Rectory wedding

An Aswarby Rectory wedding, theres nothing quite like it. I’m always made to feel so welcomed here. James and Jenni absolutely knocked it out the park with their personal touches. What a wedding.

From the dancing during morning prep and the bouquets held aloft on the way to the ceremony you could just feel the fun that was to ensue. The ceremony was just stunning. Im a big fan of directional light and those huge sash windows certainly provide that. Ok, moving on from that light appreciation…just look at the way Coco in Country rocked those florals. What a focal point.

A winter wedding.

Being a winter wedding that golden sun hangs in the sky for so much longer. After an exit through the confetti and some of the obligatory family group photographs we took a stroll to make the most of it. Its wasn’t long before we headed back in to the sound of laughter and to warm up (it probably doesnt look it but it was COLD).

To the marquee. Again, styled to perfection. Some wondeful speeches and an extremely tasty 3 courses later everyone was well ready for a party. It certainly lived up to the earlier inklings of a wild atmosphere.

The perfect cosy finish to a winter wedding that I loved being a part of.

The Suppliers.

Shout out to the wonderful suppliers-

Planning and styling- Mirabella weddings
Venue- Aswarby Rectory venue
Film- Blooming lovely films
Florist- Coco in the country
Hair and Makeup- Portraits Bridal
Dress designer- Mademoiselle de Guise
Dress shop- The Mews Nottinghill
Marquee- Fairytale Marquees
Tableware- Classic Crockery
Table Linen- Just4linen
Tables- Rose and Dandy
Caterer- Black Peppermint
Band- Brand new groove via Uptown music

You can view other weddings on my blog here. There is also another Aswarby Rectory wedding here. If you’re planning a wedding and looking for a photographer I would love to hear from you.

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