Pippa & Navin tied the knot at St Mary the Virgin church in Bishop’s Frome right next to Pippa’s family home & then had the reception in their beautiful back garden overlooking fields. Barrington House is a grand and beautiful home with gardens surrounding it and the most glorious corn field behind.
Pippa’s outfit had so many lovely sentimental touches. Her shoes were worn by her mother on her own wedding day & her hairband has been in the family for generations. It’s the little things like this that make your day so meaningful and important. Weaving sentimentality into your day is something you won’t regret.
The couple had an engagement shoot with me in Bath earlier in the year. An engagement shoot is a great way to get used to having your photo taken pre-wedding day. And a chance for us to meet and get to know each other a little before the big day.
See the photos from their engagement shoot here:
We took a sunset stroll in the corn field. What photographer could resist happy snapping in this field? Congratulations to these two lovely souls!
Who doesn’t love a wedding day outfit change? Getting more and more common, the only thing better than wearing your favourite outfit is having two favourite outfits and making an entrance when you return in outfit number 2.
Musicians: The BA Ceilidh Band https://www.msmusic.co.uk/Band/0417.html Caterer: https://hogroastofgloucestershire.co.uk
Photographer & Videographer: Heather Winstanley Photography