Tom and Leanne became Mr and Mrs O’Brien on a beautiful summers day, it was a magical wedding day to photograph, with lots of love, and do-it-yourself personal details. They were married in the gorgeous English countryside, at Beeston Manor, surrounded by a working farm, beautiful fields and woodland. The bride looked utterly stunning in her gown from Butterfly Bridal in Lancaster, and I seriously adored the groom’s bespoke handmade suit too!
Their wedding was a really wondeful day, with lots of giggles, insanely cute little flower girls and page boys who had lots of fun playing with bubbles, a seriously awesome surprise performance on pipes and drums by the 1st Battalion Scots Guards, during which the groom got up and played the drums with them! Needless to say, everyone was dancing then.
The table centre pieces, favours, table plan, and vases were all made by family, and the day was filled with fab music from a talented busker the bride had grabbed after hearing him play on the streets of Manchester! The soft pastel summer flowers were by Abi’s Arrangements, who also made the gorgeous flower crowns for the flower girls, very bohemian.
There were tears of joy and laughter throughout the day, and some of remembrance too. It was a unique and gorgeous wedding to photograph, and I wish Tom and Leanne and lifetime of happiness together.