When I first entered the little Cotswold hamlet of Beverston I didn’t realise just quite how little it was until I drove out of it thirty seconds later. That said, not many places a mile long can boast their own castle. I first met Thea and Marc back in 2014 when Thea was her sister’s bridesmaid, but this day the roles were reversed and a wonderful day was had.
It was a very blustery day in the Cotswolds when Jemma and Alex had their marriage celebrations, but thankfully the promised downpour didn’t arrive and noone got damp outside of the bar.
Set in the beautiful Georgian/Jacobian venue of Nibley House, the day had everything from Strictly to Baywatch, moustaches to tortoises, and fun in huge quantities
Venue: Nibley House, North Nibley
I love the countryside, I really do, so when I saw the beautiful country cottage in the Cotswolds that would be the location for Victoria and Joe’s reception (as well as being their home) I was very happy.
After a week of showery weather we were rewarded with sunshine on the day, ending with a beautiful golden sunset. I’ll happily take on more weddings that are next to meadows!
A big thank you too to Marie Man for her excellent second shooting.