I think I will let the photographs do most of the talking for this wedding!! Jodi and Ollie’s beautiful wedding at Christchurch Cof E Church and their wedding reception was held at the Olde Bell in Hurley, a venue I had never photographed at but instantly loved the rustic charm of this venue. A little bonus was that this was only a 10 minuet walk through the village to the River Thames.
Jodi & Ollie have shared some of the professional that helped create their day, but in the main part this wedding was full of beautiful personal touches created by the couple themselves and family and friends these show throughout their beautiful day.
Bridal Gown – shop: Something Old Something New
Bridal shoes – ASOS
Bridesmaid dresses – eBay
Grooms men’s suits – Next
Florist – Andrew Fleming Florist (Chorleywood)
Hair and makeup – Jodi Cleveland
Wedding rings – Woodley Jewellers
Stationary – all homemade by bride and groom
Wedding cake – Simple Divine, Claire Habershon
Band – The Killer Groove
Vicar – David Hall
Honeymoon – Italy
Venue – The Olde Bell, Hurley
We meet Julia at the St Albans Wedding Fair. Straight away we were drawn to her by her beautiful display of albums and warm smile. We had a lovely chat and warmed to her straight away. We picked Julia because she had beautiful pictures and both me and my husband gelled with her straight away. She was very good at organising the day with what photographs we wanted which worked great with me because I love my lists! We had a visit to the venue and church to discuss exactly what our plan would be for the day which was very helpful. On the day we both can’t express how amazing Julia was. She was on the ball with everything. She made us feel very relaxed in front of the camera and we got a lot of compliments from our guests saying how lovely Julia was. Julia produced gorgeous photographs for us and we could not of been happier.
Best memory of wedding – I can’t pick! All of it.
Advice for future couples – start things earlier than you think. Everything took me longer than I realised.
There is nothing I would change.