November 24th, 2018

Newly married couple posing for wedding photos.

It’s a little over a fortnight since Adam and I got married in a 17th century barn in rural Herefordshire on a grey late autumn day. Now we’re back in Australia, overcoming jet lag, head colds and slightly struggling with searing summer temperatures, that day feels both like a moment and a lifetime ago…

We were so excited to receive our wedding photos in the week after we exchanged vows and every time I look at them I’m transported back to that special day.  Our photographer Joe, was a former workmate and long-time friend of Adam’s and we were so thrilled at what he captured. While we wanted a few ‘portraits’ involving family and us dressed up in our finery, we really desired lots of spontaneous moments – our guests and ourselves enjoying the occasion.

It’s said a picture is worth a thousand words, so here’s a little taste of our wedding day – November 24th, 2018.

Long sleeved wedding dress hanging in a window surrounded by vines.

Bride and bridesmaid laughing in front of a window.

Groom awaiting bride in a fairy light lit stone barn.

Bride on father's arm smiling at groom.

Bridal bouquet and groom's button hole.

Bride holding bouquet sitting on groom's knee.

Bride holding bouquet of flowers in front of groom's face.

Flower covered, three tiered wedding cake.

Bride and groom kissing in front of strings of fairy lights.

Venue: Lyde Court, Herefordshire, England

Dress: Rose Organ, Wagga Wagga, Australia

Groom’s outfit: Blowes Menswear, Wagga Wagga, Australia and Marks & Spencer, England

Hair: Shelley at The Priory Salon, Worcestershire, England

Makeup: Cecily’s Beauty Salon, Worcestershire, England

Flowers: The Great British Florist, Herefordshire, England

Photography: Joseph Allen-Keys

Have a wonderful week. x

PS: If you missed it last week – the wedding, through my eyes.

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