Marshfield Church & Homewood Park Wedding
Harriet and Adam are two of the most amazing people I have been fortunate enough to meet. I feel so privileged to have had them come into my life and to document their wedding day was an absolute pleasure.
Harriet chose to get ready at her mums house in the little village of Marshfield in South Gloucestershire. Meanwhile Adam finished getting ready at the local pub in the same village right next door to the church. The whole of Marshfield was excited to see Harriet and Adam marry in their Parish church and you could feel the buzz around village.
The morning was relaxed with the girls getting ready; Pippa the flower girl (and dog!) roaming around and Harriet’s dad and brother finalising the last few details for the rest of the day.
The weather just about held off all morning but just as it was time to leave to walk to the church, it started to drizzle. Harriet’s dad walked her down the aisle to a tearful Adam. It didn’t take long before everyone was welling up!
After the ceremony the guests headed to the reception at Homewood Park in Bath whilst I stayed with the newlyweds for some photographs. Harriet took me and Adam to a beautiful private field where she used to walk the dogs with her mum.
Over at Homewood Park, Marshfield Ice Cream van was serving up ice cream to the guests, Pippa was chasing shuttlecocks and the guests were enjoying the grounds of the venue. The food was amazing, speeches were fantastic and all the guests pretty emotional! Harriet and Adam danced to Nat King Cole’s L.O.V.E before heading outside for sparklers and surprise fireworks organised by Harriet’s dad!
It was such a gorgeous day, thank you so much for having Anna and myself to photograph your Homewood Park wedding!
Dress: Stella York
Shoes: Jenny Packham
Hair piece: Rhapsody by Ceri Baker (a family heirloom from Harriet’s great grandmother.)
Suits: Moss Bros & Slaters Cardiff
Florist: Flowers of Bath- Ella Sparks
Cake: Mother of the Bride made it!
Hair: CNV Hairdressing- Lorenza
Make up: Stephanie Cutherbertson