Gloucestershire Wedding Photography – Part Seven
So we’re coming to the end of the first week of 2018. I hope any New Year resolutions you set are being strictly adhered to! I still have a backlog of Christmas sweets and shortbread biscuits that need to be demolished before I can kickstart my healthy eating resolution!
It’s time to share four more gorgeous weddings on the blog! The weather played a part in two of these ceremonies, Melissa and Rob had Storm Brian to contend with and Rachel and Ali had the most horrendous weather forecast looming over their day. Well, as you can see from the photos below, the weather didn’t spoil anybody’s day! Brian huffed and puffed but couldn’t wipe the smile away from Melissa and Rob’s faces. Also, the predicted thunderstorms and torrential downpours miraculously bypassed Rachel and Ali’s day, which is just as well as it involved an open top tractor ride to the top of a hill for their handfasting ceremony! Their wedding also produced one of the most surreal moments I’ve ever witnessed; upon signing the chorus to ‘Here Comes The Sun’ the clouds immediately parted and out popped the glowing orb in the sky!
So, enough of my chatting and onto the photos! In this instalment we have the amazing weddings of Rachel & Ali at Huntstile Organic Farm near Bridgwater. Louise & Justin’s summer celebration at Kingscote Barn near Tetbury. Stephanie & Marc’s big day at Caswell House near Brize Norton. Melissa and Rob were married at Woodhcester Priory near Nailsworth, Stroud followed by a marquee reception in Minchinhampton.