“The photos looks so wonderful. We have been through all the photos again and again and they are absolutely AMAZING! – So many smiles and so much happiness!! You have captured so many special moments and they tell a beautiful story of what was the best day of our lives!!”
I met up with Nick and Steph a couple of months before their wedding for their engagement shoot and immediately felt comfortable in their company, which I hope meant that they felt comfortable in mine too. I mean we talked nineteen to the dozed about their wedding at Bridwell Park, and what they were looking forward to most about it.
Bridwell Park is a grade I listed Georgian Country House and family home to Lord Ivor Mountbatten. Set in the Stunning Devonshire countryside in the village of Uffculme, and boasting 100 acres of parkland, with beautiful lakes and fields of deer it really is impressive and the most picturesque setting for a country wedding. With it’s own gothic style chapel, and a bright and spacious Orangery it’s a perfect all inclusive venue for a wedding. In fact Nick and Steph told me it was the reason they chose Bridwell Park. They really wanted a venue in the countryside where everyone could come and stay and make a weekend of it. The day after the wedding it would be Nick’s birthday and they had plans to carry the celebrations on with a BBQ, before they went on honeymoon which included a safari – the theme for the evening’s photobooth.
It’s not often you get to see a Zebra and a Giraffe throwing moves on the dance floor, but when you do it’s worth the wait!
If you’re having a wedding at Bridwell Park or are planning a wedding a countryside wedding then get in touch here for my wedding brochure and lets chat.
SUPPLIERS Dress: Timeless Elegance // Suits: Moss Bros // Florist: Rozi’s Posies // Cake: The Cupcakery // Styling: Little Wedding Helper // Hair: Laura Bukin // Make-up: Genevieve Satha // Catering: Posh Nosh // Band: Bill Ding and the Skyscrapers // Staging: Bespoke Disco // Lights: It’s Your Day // Props: The Prop Factory