Emily & Joel’s relaxed Summer wedding took place at the absolutely stunning House Meadow , one of my most favourite Kent Wedding venues.  I arrived at their house on the morning of the wedding, to find the most beautiful little set up all ready for me to photograph.  I usually take all of the little details off to one side to capture, but Emily’s Mum showed me to a room that was set up like the most beautiful dressing room and so a few clicks and I was done …….. and, just check out those glitter ballet pumps! 

Holly O’Connor was the Makeup Artist and Kelly Andrews did the girls hair.  It was the first time that I worked with them but would highly recommend both.  After capturing the preparations, I made my way to The House Meadow.  The styling was so pretty and I particularly loved the simple sprigs of lavender on the chairs and the lolly sticks in the table plan.  It was all so well suited to the whole look and theme of the wedding.  The ceremony took place out on the gazebo, where the bridal party were seated on the bridge and the guests on the hay bales.  It was all just so fairytale pretty and I could hear all of the guests in awe of the location.  

The styling of Emily & Joel’s countryside wedding was gorgeous and really suited The House Meadow, but most of all, it was relaxed and full of emotion……just how weddings should be.  Every moment was a joy to capture and those speeches even had me crying too! There is so much inspiration to be taken from such an idyllic wedding, from Emily’s flower crown to the boys Jennis & Warman suits…….from the incredible flowers by Steph (who is now at Chic Weddings) to those high street bridesmaid dress (Needle & Thread) But most of all, this is the best example of a relaxed and fun wedding where everyone is there to celebrate the love of two wonderful people.  

Once again, The House Meadow made the day extra special.  Clare and her team will ALWAYS make sure that your day is the very best it can be and give all of your guests the warmest welcome…….as well as providing jaw dropping scenery of course.