Mike and Louise had a beautiful September wedding in the village of Wentworth.
The morning of Mike and Louise’s wedding was spent with all the girls. They were getting ready for the day at Louise’s parents’ house, not far from Wentworth Church.
Louise’s dress was hanging on the wardrobe door and looked incredible. The blue/grey colour in it was stunning. She explained that she hadn’t been able to find a dress she loved in any of the bridal boutiques she’d looked in, and her Mum wouldn’t let her settle for less than perfect. They contacted Klue Doll Bridal Wear and had the dress designed and made just for her. It was completely worth it.
The morning flew by, and it wasn’t long before it was time to make our way to the church.
Wentworth church is tucked off the main road in Wentworth, giving the real sense of privacy to the wedding. When I arrived Mike was already inside with most of the guests, waiting for the bridal party to make their entrance.
As the wedding ceremony took place it was clear that it was a family affair. Mike and Louise had readings by their family, and Mike’s Mum played the piano for the hymns. The input from so many close people made the service even more personal and special.
After the ceremony all the guests walked along the path to The Rockingham Arms where the reception would take place. We spent a little time outside the church capturing the family photographs and found the beer garden full of guests enjoying the sunny weather.
Inside The Rockingham Arms the decoration matched the venue perfectly. There was a rustic, grey feel to the room with simple flower arrangements and candles in the centre of each table. Everyone found a seat while the speeches took place before heading back outdoors to get a plate from the BBQ.
We managed to stay outdoors late into the night, everyone chatting and enjoying what would be the last of the good weather. Mike had bought a new fire pit for the occasion and everyone enjoyed toasting marshmallows on sticks.