Gaynes Park Winter Wedding
I first met Victoria and Alastair over 18 months before the wedding. Winter weddings always give a really different intimate feel to the day. The boys were a hive of activity when I got to them in the morning and Alastair’s fathers house had amazing windows that most photo studios would love! One of the colour themes was orange which you can tell by the custom cufflinks and the socks that all the boys had. Victoria got ready in the cottage at Gaynes Park. Its a lovely environment to get ready and overlooks the ceremony room.
While the weather wasn’t most favourable, Victoria and her father still made the classic ‘Long Walk’ through the garden to the ceremony room. Most weddings have readings and occasionally something else. However, I have never seen a groomsman twist a horseshoe into a heart shape with his bare hands!!!
After the reception drinks and some couple photographs, everyone headed for the warmth of the barn. The food was amazing and the speeches very entertaining. The Chocolate fountain and the sweet trolly went down very well with everyone. Victoria and Alastair had a guest sign their first dance. Then the dance floor came alive. Only pausing when the cheese and meat board appeared.
Here is a selection of images form their day.