I do love a proper country wedding and Siobhan & Chris’s big day turned out to be pretty spectacular. The Mendip spring weather threw everything at this newly married couple, but they embraced every moment and had a blast. This wedding was really laid back yet also full of charm and personality. Purple jumpsuits, handmade flower crowns and tweed waistcoats contributed to the quirky and rustic vibe. One of my favourite moments of the day was hanging out in their beloved green campervan as Siobhan and Chris cracked open a bottle of bubbly as we waited for the storm to pass. Our patience was rewarded with some stunning sunshine, which encouraged them to take part in some impressive jumping around! Other highlights were the ceremony in the St Hugh’s Church which is a real hidden gem followed by a dramatic confetti dash through the snow/hail/rain. Later in the day after some tasty grub, a few Mexican waves and some heartfelt speeches there was just time for a wander into the countryside of Folly farm. It was clear that these two feel most at home just the two of them surrounded by nature.
Congratulations guys! It was an absolute pleasure sharing and documenting so many special moments with you.