Earlier this week I blogged Emma & Richard’s colourful South Bank Engagement Shoot. Today I’d like to share their lovely countryhouse wedding which took place in a little village called Much Marcle (Ledbury) at Homme House. Homme House is a stunning wedding venue – dating back to the 16th century, the house has a lot of character. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and a massive lawn, it really is the perfect setting for a relaxed countryhouse wedding – exactly what Emma & Rich had planned. The ceremony took place in the Panelled Room and with beautiful weather all day long, their guests enjoyed champagne on the lawn, while the kids played lawn games and we took Emma & Rich for a stroll around the gardens for their couple photos.
A big thank you to the lovely Yolande who joined me for the road trip to Ledbury and second shot the wedding with me. I would also like to say a big thank you to Charlie and the rest of the staff at Homme House who looked after Yolande & myself and really made us feel at “homme”!
Without further ado, here are a few of my favourites from Emma & Richard’s special day. Enjoy!
** Emma & Richard’s wedding was featured on English Wedding Blog – read the full feature here. **
Venue: Homme House, Much Marcle
Emma’s dress: Pronovias Silaba
Emma’s shoes: Schuh
Emma’s necklace: Belonged to Emma’s great grandmother
Emma’s earrings: She made herself!
Hair & Make up: Le Glow
Wedding cake: Special-Ice
Flowers: Simply Flowers
Catering: Paul Adams at Elite Fine Dining
Live music: Retro Velvet
DJ: Travelling Discotheques