A rustic, vintage-inspired country house wedding

It’s a new week – new real wedding! Today’s rustic wedding inspiration comes from Kelly Weech Photography! I love the burlap flower favours and the natural centrepieces! Simply gorgeous! So here’s Kelly to tell you all about the Williams’ wedding! Enjoy:

“When Jen got in touch last year to photograph her wedding I could wait for the big date to come around. Finally May 2012 arrived and what a glorious day it was for a wonderful couple. I knew Jen wanted a vintage and country chic wedding that would be a family oriented affair with lots of details and bunting to match. I was so impressed to see all the little details that Jen and her mum worked together on including metres of bunting, handmade bouquets, rustic table features and all the little mismatched details required for a shabby elegant inspired wedding.

The quaint Holbrook House in Wincaton was the perfect venue for such a wedding. With its warm and welcoming atmosphere, set in twenty acres of unspoiled woodland and rolling pastures, vintage decor and quirky details, this Georgian country house is any photographers dream location. Here is the story of Mr & Mrs Williams in pictures enjoy!”

Images © Kelly Weech Photography


Venue: Holbrook House http://www.holbrookhouse.co.uk

Wedding dress: Benjamin Roberts 2228 (with Ivory belt) http://www.abbeybrides.co.uk

Flowers: Bride mum’s garden, bumped up with flowers from Tesco

Hair: Karen Robins http://www.chopandchange-yeovil.co.uk

Makeup: Lisa Want http://www.lisawant.co.uk

Mens suits: Moss Bros http://www.mossbros.co.uk

Bridesmaid dresses: http://www.abbeybrides.co.uk

Cake: Chloe Savidge http://www.facebook.com/eatmetreatme

Decor: Bride and Mum

Photographer: Kelly Weech Photography http://www.kellyweechphotography.com

Wedding band: http://www.themadhattersteapartyband.co.uk

Ceremony readings: Readings were read by Adam ( Groom Brother) and Elizabeth (Bride Cousin)

First dance song: Romeo and Juliet by Dire Straits

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