There's nothing like a Wedding, where the Bride and Groom make such an effort to get all the details just as they want them.
Paul, Amanda and the rest of the family made sure that every last detail was thought about and invested in, making this wedding day truly special.
And one that a bit of rain, was not going to spoil!
From the moment we arrived, I just knew that is was going to be amazing!
I love floating around when all the girls are getting ready. The stories you hear, the laughs they have and the loving moments I witness are so precious and special to capture.
Amanda looked stunning in her Vintage Dress and Katy, from Long locks Hair, styled her hair into a beautiful vintage clip.
Amanda's Dad was overcome when he saw just how beautiful she looked!
Meanwhile at the venue, the guests had arrived and Paul was nervously waiting for his bride to be.
This was a true 'vintage' do it yourself day. Amanda & paul made all the stationery, Auntie Dorothea and Uncle Alan made most of the handmade decorations. Amanda made meters of bunting, too.
The barn at High House Farm Brewery, is beautiful, even in the rain. Apparently, Paul having heard that you could get married in the brewery headed there the very next day to check it out! They loved it for the relaxed atmosphere, it's location and the beer. During his speech Paul did say that all his dreams had come true, getting married in a brewery!
There wasn't a dry pair of eyes (or feet) in the place.
Including mine on both counts!
Congratulations Mr and Mrs Noble.
Even with a few spots of rain the barn is a fantastic venue for a Wedding! Plenty of shelter to get all the group shots............
As well as the portraits of the Bride and Groom.
Amanda, was a trooper, just accepting the weather and even embracing it!
Purple umbrella's and Converse stripy wellies, I love a prepared Bride.
Nothing was going to stop Amanda and Paul getting the shots they wanted.
Especially the one featuring the barn at its full height!
The Wedding was beautifully 'retro'. The Wedding Breakfast, was a gorgeous styled 'vintage' afternoon tea, with Victoria Sponge and Scones. Amanda & Marina spent ages sourcing the tea cups and saucers for decorations, no car boot sale or charity shop was safe. They looked amazing on the tables once Amanda's Mum and Dad had planted them with beautiful flowers.
The cake paid homage to their other love, their VW camper van.
Then, it was time for Amanda's final shoe change.
Purple Converse so she could dance the night away!
And rather than have a DJ, Paul and Amanda opted for something a little bit different, a Jukebox filled with all their favourite music.
And just in case you are wondering if the sun made an appearance. It did, at 8pm!