I try not to have favourites. But for me, this wedding stands out the most from this summer. I'd met the couple at the amazing Hilles House a couple of months prior to their August wedding and had immediately fallen in love with the venue. Team that with an amazingly laid back loved up couple and you just know this is going to be amazing!
I arrived early on the most beautiful summers morning, the sun was out, the views where stunning, I was so excited. Hilles house is a magical venue set in the heart of the Cotswold country side, full with old antiques and beautiful tapersries hanging from the walls. So much character throughout the venue!
The couple married in the stunning hall at the centre of the house surrounded by loving family and friends. The ceromomy was gorgeous as all eyes where on the rather tearful bride and groom. The guests where taken into the garden as the wedding party left the room to take a breather before being surrounded by everyone. This was the perfect time for the new Mr and Mrs to take in what had just happened and for me to capture some truely stunning photos of there first time alone.
Soon they where welcomed by the throwing of confetti, a much needed glass of pimms and some time to catch up with all their guests! Once the group photos where complete we all moved over to the beautifully decorated marquee where the couple and their guests had the most delicious buffet indulging in exotic burgers and salads!
Soon it was time for the speeches, which had us all in a mixture of laughter and tears. There was so much love for this couple, and an absolute pleasure to be apart of it.
With some gentle persuasion I managed to get the couple to hike up a rather steep hill to a beautiful field of wheat where the couple naturally embraced each other and I managed to capture some truely beautiful moments. The day was quickly running out, the sun was setting and Rosie and Matt agreed that we needed to use that sunset! I'm so glad these two trusted me and my instincts to capture some of the most amazing photos of my wedding season. I cannot thank these two enough...