Travelling to Ricky and Katie's wedding felt a little like a magical mystery tour. Passing through pretty woodlands and sun soaked autumn leaves, I eventually arrived at their cute cottage in the stunning village of Painswick. The girls were all getting ready together, along with Katie's Mum and Auntie and were enjoying a relaxed start to the day. Katie and Ricky had given all the bridesmaids personalised boxes with a selection of carefully chosen gifts inside, such a lovely touch and the girls enjoyed their champagne while getting dressed. Katie's hair and make up looked stunning and she wowed everyone when she came down the stairs in her exquisite fitted lace fishtail dress.
At Kingscote Barn, Ricky was excited to get the day started. Helping each other out with their buttonholes, it was clear from the start that this was going to be a very fun day filled with lots of jokes and laughter.
The barn looked amazing and I loved how the chairs were decorated with tulle and hessian bows. Katie and Ricky provided all their guests with tissues on their seats and a little plan for the day, all of which had lovely designs. They also had lots of little jam jars filled with soft pastel colour flowers and candles decorating the pretty barn. This was my first wedding at Kingscote Barn and I was really impressed by it all. And although it was at the end of a rather damp September, the sun was shining for this lovely couple and we could make the most of the impressive landscape around the barn for all their photographs.
We had lots of giggles while taking their special photos, Ricky and Katie were so relaxed with each other and it was really lovely to capture the warmth between them.