I don’t even know where to start with how much I loved photographing Georgie and Will’s wedding! They originally contacted me around Christmas to see if I was available for their May wedding just outside of Blandford in Dorset. When Georgie filled me in with their wedding plans, I was too excited, it sounded wonderful – their ceremony planned at a quaint church in a nearby village and then to continue their celebrations with friends and family at a marquee on the grounds of Will’s family home.
It lights me up when I see how important a wedding is not only to a bride and groom but also their family – and how much everyone gets involved. And Georgie’s and Will’s wedding was filled with so many amazing touches – DIY and also sentimental, – such as Georgie’s mum made her wedding gown, Georgie made the wedding stationery, Will’s Dad absolutely nailed the wedding transport – after the wedding, the bridal party had a lift to the marquee on the trailer attached to Will’s Dad’s tractor, which everyone cheered when it started first time! And lots of other lovely touches such as the marquee was from a company local to Georgie and Will, the bridesmaids helped with the decor, bunting and signage from Georgie’s sisters wedding and signage from her parent’s wedding.
Everything about their day was so wonderful and personal! They opted to only have a couple of hours captured, but it was such an amazing wedding, I didn’t want to leave ha!
Thank you so much for your incredible photos – we are absolutely thrilled with them. Ones that I love already are – the vicar and bridesmaids waiting for me outside the church (such an amazing moment!) and one of me and Katy hugging so hard that in the next photo she has finger marks on her arm! Also there’s a gorgeous one of Will and me just walking out of the church in the porch and another one as we walk under the yew tree down the church path. The confetti was so painful and everyone was throwing it down my top and in my face – I think it shows!
All photographs captured by Dorset Wedding Photographer, Charlotte Bryer-Ash Photography