Rifles Museum Salisbury
Graham and Caroline had their wedding at The Rifles Museum Salisbury on a sunny Thursday in October. They planned their wedding in just a few months because they couldn’t wait to get married, pandemic or no pandemic!
When I asked them how they found planning in such a short space of time they said:
“We’ve found it quite easy, don’t know what all the fuss is about taking years to plan a wedding!”The Eveleighs
They had their wedding reception at The Rifles Museum Salisbury which is also known as The Wardrobe.
Before getting to The Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum, they held their ceremony in front of just 14 guests in the most beautiful church in Laverstock, Salisbury.
Despite the small guest number, the church didn’t feel empty, quite the opposite! It felt so intimate and lovely. It was even better when Graham and Caroline left the church under an explosion of rose petal confetti to see some extra friends who had come to the church to congratulate them!
The Rifles Museum Salisbury
Back at The Rifles Museum Salisbury, there was champagne flowing, the most stunning golden hour light and some fun family group photos too!
Just before they sat down to have their wedding breakfast, we snuck away from their reception to Salisbury Cathedral for some couple portraits. The cathedral was just opposite the venue and it was the perfect place as it’s so iconic.
They headed inside to The Rifleman’s Table for their wedding breakfast. They cut their wedding cake which was homemade by the groom’s mother before the brilliant and hilarious speeches.
I’ve known Graham my whole life as we’re family friends! It was so special to capture his wedding day to the lovely Caroline!
Such a magical day- thank you so much for having me along to capture your Micro Wedding!
Dress: CG Boutique
Make-up: Head to Toe Beauty
Hair: JAS Hair
Catering: Vanilla Catering