‘She lifts her skirt up to her knees, walks through the garden rows with her bare feet, laughing’
– Ray LaMontagne
These words remind Andrew of Laura, and Laura honoured these feelings by walking down the aisle bare foot. This story begins and ends right there. With understanding of one another, doing things together, celebrating what is just them and loving each other more than ever.
Laura & Andrew’s wedding was beautifully designed, very personally styled – from the hand-tied daffodil bouquets to the mixed flower ties worn by the men of the bridal party, right down to the groom’s stunning cufflinks made from old watch parts. But what really got me about this wedding was how it overflowed with personality and emotion. It was truly so beautiful to witness the joining of these two families and these two beautiful people. May you two be happy forever.
Laura & Andrew’s unique details:
Venue: South Farm in Harfordshire
Laura’s dress: Essense
Laura’s details Jewelry: Present from Andrew a few years ago
Laura’s hair: Natalie Webb
Laura’s makeup: Laura
The Bridesmaids dresses: Lightinthebox.com
The bouquets and buttonholes: Home grown daffodils arranged by the girls
Andrew’s suit: Tailored by Gresham Blake
Andrew’s cufflinks found in a treasure trove in Brighton
Stationary: Laura & Andrew
Animal escort cards in ‘Maggie’s Farm’ – my mum, Bob
The cake: Emma Munro, made with eggs from South Farm & flour from Mill Green (next to Andrew’s old house)
Beer sourced from East Hoathley (East Sussex) – where Laura and Andrew go for The Firework Weekend each year & where they got engaged
Music: Mark Simmonds, Rhythm Kings, Co-Jones
Follow the link to see Laura & Andrew’s woodland engagement shoot.