On 28th October, Amy and James, a charismatic couple from London, got hitched with a luxury wedding reception! The wedding ceremony and reception took place at the alluring 17th Century Tythe Barn, located within the stunning grounds of Tewin Bury Farm, Welwyn, Hertfordshire. The colour scheme for the wedding was burgundy, gold and creme. Working in the music and lighting industry, the couple wanted relaxed and informal photographs from me.
Beginning early in the morning, the wedding day started with Amy and her five beautiful bridesmaids getting dolled up. Amy's wedding outfit consisted of a breathtaking and exquisite sheath ivory wedding dress, with embroidery across the waist and shoulders. Her white wedding shoes had elegant embroidery matching that of the wedding dress. She wore pearl jewellery and wore her blonde tresses half up and half down, finishing off her bridal look with a captivating long veil. Amy's make-up was kept natural and dewy too. Her bridesmaids all each wore irresistible burgundy dresses, with gold waistbelts, keeping in line with the wedding colour scheme. They also each held a single cream coloured rose.
The bride arrived at the venue in a silver wedding car and walked down the aisle with her father to marry her beau James! James and the groom party (consisting of two men) were wearing burgundy ties, matching the wedding colour scheme too. After Amy and James both excitingly said 'I do!', official wedding photographs of Amy and James (and the wedding party too) were taken by professional wedding photographer Becky Kerr, around the enchanting grounds of Tewin Bury Farm. White and cream confetti were thrown too! Hoorah!
The evening wedding reception and meal followed shortly after inside the barn. With oak flooring, underfloor heating and gold fairy lights adorned internally across the barn, it was truly an intimate setting. There was a hint of Halloween in the air with the wedding decor comprising of broomsticks, pumpkins and rat skeletons! Some wedding guests dressed up in Halloween fancy dress too. Stunning autumnal colours ran rife throughout the barn through the wedding flowers
The three-tierred wedding cake was enthusiastically cut by the couple and it had a personal touch of one female and one male minature personalised birds perched on the top of the cake.
With magical gold strobe lighting up every nook and cranny of the barn and an evening band playing, the first dance with Amy and James took place with the bride dancing in glamorous rose-gold tipped white trainers for ease of fashionable comfort!
Congratulations Amy and James!! I wish you all the very best for the future - what a magical wedding!
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