Yarlington House wedding photography. Finally! The sun shone after a long spell of fairly miserable, grey and often wet weather. And one of the most beautiful places for the sun to shine is in the West Country. Something particularly magically about the quality of light there. Yarlington House wedding photography is a joy when the sunshines, the gardens are picture-perfect. Being able to have the champagne reception on the lawn always brings out the biggest smiles in the guests. And there is a definite feel of the first day of the summer holidays about it all. Liz and Tom had made the day their own by putting up a tentipi in the field next to the reception at Yarlinigton House. Brilliantly decorated with some superb little touches.

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We started the day at Liz’s mums house. I think Liz’s mum was a bit confused by all the fuss but thoroughly enjoyed it all as the morning went on. Then it was over to All Saints Church, Poyntington, a charming west country church, for the marriage ceremony. After the ceremony, it was out into the glorious sunshine – sunshine which stayed with us all day long.

The two little bridesmaids almost stole the show but they had their work cut out as Liz looked absolutely stunning. Tom looked a little confused but then he had booked his honeymoon away whilst Chelsea FC were due to play in the Champions League Final. Thankfully they won …or else that could have been an awkward few days away!

Here are a few of my favourite images from the day.

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  1. Lizz Riley says:

    The lady in the hat 3rd picture from bottom is a star! Great photos and fantastic colours.