Harry & Rose | An English countryside Wedding with a Margaux Tardits dress and a relaxed pizza feast
In January I headed down to Shiplake for my first wedding of the year. I arrived to the sight of the family putting the last finishing touches to the marquee, set for a feast with safari and floral details, the pizza van already set up in the garden. You could feel the excitement for the party ahead.
Harry and Rose married in their family's local church, a ceremony full of warmth and love, friends packed into the pews surrounded the couple as they said their vows. As they left the church in the last of the remaining winter light, we snuck around the back of the church for some quiet moments before a noisy, lively sparkler and confetti tunnel.
The pair didn't ignore the fact that they were putting on a garden party in the middle of winter, but welcomed guests into the warm marquee in a narnia-esk way with a snow machine in the entrance way. A pizza feast by the amazing Well Kneaded gang set the tone of a relaxed evening of eating, drinking and dancing into the night.
Here is the story of their day.