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Mr & Mrs Phillips- Deer Park Hall, Cotswolds

Deer Park Hall Wedding – Mr & Mrs Phillips

Charlotte and Ali chose a gorgeous Deer Park Hall wedding in Pershore at the top of the Cotswolds on a cold Saturday at the start of November. They first met at their local pub where charlotte worked at the time and he stole her heart after a few dates!

The girls got ready at Charlotte’s parents house in their bright glass conservatory with incredible views. Charlotte had her younger sister and cousin as her bridesmaids and made them both bridesmaids boxes. They all had their hair and make-up done despite everyone almost crying it all off when gifts were given! Dad was staying out of the way as to not see Charlotte at all until she was fully ready.

Charlotte’s mum and nan had given her jewellery that they wore on their own wedding day for her to wear on hers.

A surprise old car came to collect the girls and take them to the church, which was only down the road. At the church a nervous Ali was waiting at the top of the aisle as guests filed in out of the cold. The ceremony was emotional and with heartwarming readings including one from Charlotte’s younger sister.

Ali had hand-built an amazing trailer pulled by a tractor to take the newlyweds to Deer Park. They arrived to a string quartet playing to their welcome drinks in the panelled hall. We snuck away to the grounds and field next door, which is usually full of deer, for their couple portraits.

Their wedding theme was rustic and autumnal and the wedding breakfast room was decorated beautifully. Hilarious speeches told stories about how they met, how they met the parents and how they were meant for each other.

The early dark evenings meant we could enjoy a fire pit and sparklers outside before the first dance. Thank you so much for letting me share your beautiful Deer Park Hall wedding day!


Florist: Fays Flowers

Hair: Suzanne Hale

Make-up: Makeup by LJ 

Catering: Cater Cater

Dress: The Bridal Room Broadway

Bridesmaids Dresses:  JJs House

Shoes: Dune

Cake: Tracey Bonacker (Wedding Cake) Karen Lawrence (Sweet Table)

Band: The Folklore 

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