A sunny day in August saw our lovely couples Italian inspired, military wedding at the beautiful St Andrews Church on the estate.
Arriving in style in this beautiful Rolls Royce, stunning Olivia arrived with her mother and bridesmaids, to an intimate church service of family and friends, led by Father Perry, vicar of Hawley.
Thankfully with only a brief shower of rain during the service, the guests were able to take the much loved confetti shot outside the church, captured here by E&O Photo
In between the showers the guests walked down the driveway to the Manor House for reception drinks served in the Cloisters by the fabulous team at The Little Kitchen Company
The sun shone as the guests mingled on the lawns while the handsome couple roamed the Manor House grounds for some breath-taking photographs.
The Orangery was styled by the brides family in a classic Italian style with potted Olive trees as centrepieces and Rose Petal Tea as original guest favours. The groom, Alex, had explained the importance of the tripod lamp stands that were situated around the room, as nostalgic search lights brought back from one of his military tours.
After the meal refreshments were served on the front forecourt courtesy of the fabulous ladies from the Bluebelle Box. This pretty vintage horsebox was a real hit serving tea, coffee, Espresso Martinis and Baileys hot chocolate into the evening.
As the evening guests arrived, the band set up for their evening set, The Tricks packed the dancefloor and entertained everyone with their mash up medley of high energy repertoire. The night ended on a fantastic high from a beautiful and relaxed day.