Jessica & Simon, Festival Style Wedding
Derbyshire church wedding and a Sheffield Tipi wedding reception on a private farm
A wedding full of character and characters makes for great wedding photography opportunities.
Before the wedding Jessica replied to an email - "They (tipis) are extremely cool, the only thing that's going to be cooler on the day will be my husband!" .
A bright morning with a bedroom that seemed to be coordinated with the bridesmaid dresses, beautiful flowers and the best bathroom tiles ever.
The private farm wedding venue has beautiful panoramic views of the Derbyshire countryside. Eckington church spire could be seen peaking through the trees. The wedding party heading there in a VW camper for the church service. You can see from the smiles how welcoming the vicar was.
After the service the petal confetti throwing made for a cool animation.
Jess had been collecting mismatched colourful crockery for months for the afternoon tea.
The best man had a song for his speech and played the guitar. Everyone loved it, singing along to the chorus, fitting the festival style wedding.
Guests chilling outside on hay bale benches under blue skies, a polaroid guest book
Dancing till late, a great band and you know it has been a good party when there are guys jumping fences - pretending to be horses.
Sunshine pizza oven provided the late evening food and are highly recommended.
Posted on March 26th, 2018
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