Every couple embarks on a journey when planning their wedding day. From the selection of venues, themes, colours,and suppliers to who sits where and menu selections.
Some behind the scenes details & decisions go unnoticed – blending in, unrecognised by a photographer or guest.
Within Jemma & Rob’s Sherborne Castle Wedding Photography, things were somewhat different. It was apparent to all in attendance that many of their choices were personal labours of love, having been envisaged, designed and constructed jointly by both families.
Sherborne Castle Wedding Photography
Having had a beautiful ceremony at the Orangery at Sherborne Castle, their reception within a marquee on family land revealed most of all around their wedding planning journey.
Just walking into their marquee reception setting, each and every direction had its own story. Its own considered detail.
From the natural long grass borders around the edge of the field, sewn with wild flowers months before, planned to bloom and peak come the wedding day.
Archways for the guests to walk through upon arrival, to a hand made rustic bar within the marquee. A statement wedding post box with its own majestic presence. Not just a box, it was an entire cottage door with post box and collection basket to match!
Floral displays constructed by Rob’s Mum, a keen amateur florist, that would upstage some of the best in the industry. Sat upon huge tree stumps specifically sourced, befitting a stunning family wedding.
Rob & Jem’s celebration really made an impression upon me. So much thought and time going into so many details, a real labour of love in the design and execution by a couple and their joint families.
I trust that my ability in capturing it all, has done the day and all involved justice.