The perfect intimate summer wedding in Stroud for Oberon and Charlotte on one of the hottest days of early summer!
This lovely couple had decided to do it their way and had created three distinct and different parts to their wedding day. And at three different locations.
They started with their wedding ceremony at the pretty Stroud Registry Office. Then followed a small intimate luncheon in Fairford. Before they carried on with a party into the evening at a private venue.
I was delighted to be with them for their wedding ceremony on this glorious day. Here in the Cotswolds the sun always shines!
Here are a small selection of images from their Wedding Story…
The brilliant and bright summers day that was the 25th May 2019!
Oberon had chosen a blue suit with paisley tie and blue and white buttonhole.
I always love to see the inscriptions in wedding rings and engagement rings… the details are so important.
Friends and family started to arrive for the wedding ceremony.
The Registry Office in Stroud was a former Victorian school built of Cotswold stone. This pretty building stands at the top of the town with glorious views across the valleys. It was converted into the Register Office in 1995.
Our gorgeous bride Charlotte arrives…
The Ceremony Room at Stroud Registry Office is decorated in Wedgwood blue and white. The perfect complimentary colour combination for Charlotte and Oberon.
A beautiful intimate wedding ceremony with their nearest and dearest in attendance.
This is such a pretty exit for the bride and groom in the summer…
We made the most of the shade for the group photographs. Don’t worry when we suggest standing in the shade on a sunny day. A little bit of well thought out infill flash brings out all the colours of summer. I often get asked why I use flash on the brightest of days and this is why.
Now you may think that the Registry Office doesn’t have that many photo opportunities. Think again! We maxed out the options and made the most of the different areas available to create this super collection of wedding photographs…