Kew Gardens Spring Wedding
So yes it may have been last May (2018, whoops), but this wedding is worth the wait! The best part about blogging weddings months after they occur, is that I get to revisit the memories and emotions and the whole day comes flooding back to me, one smile after another. It’s always SO tricky choosing the ones I want to blog. I try and focus on the moments, the tears and laughter and all the pretty in between that makes up the wonderful day.
It was my first wedding working alongside my lovely friend Louise Perry Weddings. Louise and her right hand woman, Natalie, have been industry friends for a while now, and working with them far exceeded my expectations! So much fun, as well as feeling looked after and watching everything running smoothly made things nice and easy for me. We began at the Hilton in Syon Park, with plenty of girlie chats and bubbles flowing, before we headed off to the stunning Kew Gardens to start the celebrations. I’m sure those who know Kew will know the gardens are always gorgeous, but it was looking especially pretty that day in May!
A slightly nervous looking Adam greeted myself and videographer Jessica Tottman, and moments after the doors flung open, anxiety faded and there began the grinning. These guys, are honestly, two of the bubbliest, funniest, and smiliest people I’ve had the pleasure to work with. I had SUCH a laugh with them, I felt so at home with their families and guests, everyone was just there to have the best time. An emotional ceremony with the prettiest light proceeded a wicked bubble run, whilst the guests enjoyed Pimms and chats outside the Nash Conservatory.
The best part of Kew is the buggies! A few hopped on board during the reception for tours around the grounds, whilst the rest enjoyed canapés by Caper & Berry in the beautiful Princess of Wales Conservatory. Charlotte, Adam and I took advantage of this time by hopping on our own buggy round the grounds for their couples session. We ended the the reception with the beautiful sun setting and a few more happy tears from Charlotte (and almost certainly myself, *cough*). The speeches were absolutely brilliant. I mean, I don’t usually blog as many images as this, but with so many awesome guests and so much emotion it’s hard not to. It was SUCH a pleasure to end my day with them after the most stunning evening reception and ruddy great first dance, and I can only hope these photos give some essence of the awesome day that they had.
Charlotte and Adam, every single step of the way with you guys has been wonderful, I’ve loved catching up with you both every now and again since the wedding, and I hope we keep in touch as we still need to go out and get drunk ;) Thank you, Louise and team, and of course Charlotte and Adam for trusting me with such a brilliant day. I loved every minute of it!! xxx