I've known Martha and Stuart for a few years now after meeting them as a student in Bristol. They're such a lovely fun couple and I was super chuffed when they asked me to photograph their wedding. My first question was, would there be kilts!? Stuart was my first Scottish groom :)
The day took place in Suffolk where Martha grew up, I loved taking Martha's getting ready photos at her parents gorgeously painted terracotta home. The ceremony was held at All Saint's Church just up the road, a beautifully quaint church surrounded by lush Suffolk countryside. A touching service, followed by beautiful singing by the couples friend singer/ song writer Luke Sital-Singh, I must admit I shed a tear...or two.
After the ceremony all made their way to The Edwardstone White Horse Inn, a traditional Suffolk pub situated on the edge of Constable Country, in the small village of Edwardstone. With it's wonderful homemade food, beer from it's own brewery and super cute holiday chalets for the newly weds and camping facilities for their guests, it was the perfect venue.
I especially love the colours of their day, the rich reds, oranges and greens. I do love a country wedding! As always, a massive big ups to my partner in crime Amybeth for all her hard work assisting.
Happy anniversary lovelies! xx