I first met Katie at her sisters wedding, she was a bridesmaid and was so incredibly lovely and helpful. She liked my style of photography and how I would almost become invisible to capture the shots, so booked me as well!
This time however it was Katie’s turn. She got ready at her mum and dads house with her sister and bestest friends.
Katies style was very different to Hannah’s, but I love this as it shows little snippets of peoples personalities. Her dress was a gorgeous shaped lace dress, accompanied by beautiful pearl drop earrings and embelished shoes.
She chose bright warm toned flowers and foliage which were used in the bouquets, the heart hoop at the ceremony and on the main staircase.
The ceremony was beautiful and full of emotion.
One fo the best things about the venue is it iconic red door, and I used this in the backdrop as much as possible. During the confetti, the car shots, the large group shot and a few portraits with the bride and groom.
Katie and Rhys had their group photos inside as it started raining during the period between the ceremony and the reception. But the beauty about an old mansion house with large fireplaces is that you can do this and have a great effect.
Katie’s dad baked her cake, he did this for both his daughters, and they were gorgeous.
The reception decor perfectly suited the flowers.
After the speeches and a comfort break I took Katie and Rhys for their portraits in the tiered gardens behind Peterstone Court, at this time of year it was perfect as the blossom tree and bluebells were in full bloom.
The night party was amazing as Katies family loves a dance and the dancefloor was on fire! I need more dancefloors like that.
Venue: Peterstone Court
Flowers: Queens Florist
Photography: Kate Richards Photography