We are going back to September 2016 for tonights blog and the beautiful St. John Baptist Church Wedding of Kate and Sam.
What an amazing wedding venue, the church was small yet beautifully dramatic with the 700 year old former church ale house, now public house, conveniently located in the church graveyard. The Mug House was the perfect meeting place on a sunny September afternoon. Guests gathering outside for welcoming hugs and catch-ups with friends and family. Theres nothing nicer than arriving at a wedding and being greeted by a torrent of smiling happy faces.
Kate looked simply stunning in her wedding dress as she walked down the aisle arm in arm with her proud mum. The bridesmaids were wearing the most enchanting green, and three utterly scrumptious page boys were totally rocking the shorts and braces look! Sam, you looked pretty sharp too!
The service had a real sense of emotion and I could feel the happiness between the two of them which was really lovely to witness.
As the ceremony ended, guests covered the couple with confetti before walking down to The Mug House for a few drinks and moving onto the Diglis House Hotel for the wedding reception. This place was a complete surprise, hidden gem! Located right on the banks of the River Severn, guests were able to sit out and soak up the autumn sunshine whilst enjoying the views over the water.
The rest of the day continued to be wonderfully relaxed with lots of laughter, dancing and hog roasting :) We felt completely part of the day, and really enjoyed chatting with Kate and Sam’s lovely friends and family.
Here’s are a few of our favourite photos from the day, and hopefully you’ll feel the calm flow of the day we experienced.
Congratulations Kate and Sam! We wish you a lifetime of happiness together, and many more happy days.