December 16, 2017
Prepare yourself for the cutest small town wedding ever!
In a village called Westmill, about 25 miles south of Cambridge, Laura and Clive became husband and wife. They said their I Do’s in the village’s local chapel packed with 100 of their closest friends and family members. And what better way to celebrate afterward than in a tipi with “help yourself kegs”, a country/ swing band and cosy blankets to keep warm!
Laura and her bridesmaids got ready at her mum’s cottage. Laura’s mum was so warm and her home was so welcoming. Every nook and cranny was picturesque and set the scene for this beautiful village wedding! After the ceremony, I photographed the bride and groom walking through the town where we stopped at a few iconic locations like the tea room and historical water well. The short walk to the tipi was lined with bunting and bulbed lights that were carefully strung by friends and family. The entire village seemed to have had a hand in this day and I know for Laura and Clive, this made it truly special.
Enjoy a few of my favorite moments below. To Laura and Clive, thank you for letting me be a part of your day and having me as your wedding photographer! You have been so relaxed and down to earth from the very beginning, not to mention so stinkin’ easy to photograph. ;) You made the whole process so fun. Thank you 100x over!!
Church: St Mary the Virgin
Wedding Dress: Morgan Davies Bridal
Suits: Tom James (Big thanks to the bride’s brother, Johnny, for sorting these out!)
Rings: Harriet Kelsall
Catering: Carte Blanche Catering
Photography: Hannah K. Photography