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Hey! I'm Amy, a Warwickshire wedding photographer, photographing love stories in The Midlands and across the UK. I'm an autumn lover, tea drinker, crafter, floral dress wearer and hopeless romantic!


I describe my photography style as storytelling. I unobtrusively document your day for you as it happens and I'm all about capturing real smiles, happy tears, big hugs, little details, fun, laughter and love!

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Emma & Adrian | St Peter & St John's Church in Rugby and Home Farm Wedding



Home Farm Daventry wedding photographer


Emma & Adrian had a beautiful September wedding in Rugby and Daventry area. The morning started at their home, where Emma got ready with her bridesmaids. Beth Hall did a fantastic job with the make-up and Sian Redmond did the hair. Emma's stunning dress was from the fabulous Serendipity Brides in Weedon. They had possibly the most gorgeous florals ever from Sue at Garden Gate! I absolutely loved the hint of early autumn with all the flowers and berry colour theme.

The ceremony took place at St Peter & St John Church in Rugby. Emma didn't stop smiling throughout the ceremony, in fact, for the whole day! It was so lovely to see. They had waited a whole extra year for this day, due to 2020 postponements, so it was so wonderful to, finally, be photographing their day!

After the ceremony and a confetti tunnel, the cars drove them to their wedding reception venue, Home Farm Events Braunston, near Daventry - a gorgeous venue with incredible views! The marquee is a blank canvas, and I love to see how couples make it their own with decor and themes. The flowers, again, looked incredible and the cake made by Cake Designs by Pamela looked amazing on top of the personalised wooden cake box stand. Each table was named after an album by one of their favourite bands, an idea I loved! They also hired glamping tents from Enchanted Bell Tents for them and some of their guests to stay over. Plus, not forgetting the super cute photobooth from Hoofbooth - such a clever idea! Couple portraits on the hay bales were of course a must, with a stunning countryside view in the background!

Before long it was time for the first dance and party time! Their guests sure loved a boogie! I left them to dance the night away and eat freshly made pizzas.

Reception Venue: Home Farm Events

Brides Dress: Serendipity Brides

Grooms Suit: The Wedding Barn

Flowers: Garden Gate

Photobooth: Hoofbooth


 


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