Bittenham Springs Wedding

Kamilla & Dom’s wedding was a wonderful blend of Norwegian and English tradition. Kamilla is from Norway and is a very talented graphic designer – you can see her beautiful creations later as she did all of the stationary for the wedding day.

She chose a beautiful country house in the Cotswolds to get ready and was surrounded by her bridesmaids and close family. Her gorgeous dress was by Pronovias with blush suede shoes by Aquazurra. They chose delicate pink and white blooms to complement and the flowers were by Abbey Meadow Flowers.

Hair was by Abigail Constanza and make-up was by Christy Waterfall. The navy bridesmaid dressed were by Ted Baker. Kamilla & Dom were married at Church of the Holy Cross in Sherston. Guests were on top form when they arrived and it was all smiles.

After the ceremony the couple decided to go back to the country house for couple portraits while guests made their way to the reception venue. They had their reception at the stunning Bittenham Springs and what perfect weather it was for Tipi’s and drinks and canape’s on the lawn.

The tipi’s were provided by Stunning Tents. The speeches were held outside the tipi before dinner and then continued between courses. There was lots of cheering, laughing and the bride and groom standing on chairs (a lovely Norwegian tradition).

After dinner the party started and boy do these guys know how to party! The evening entertainment was by Fully Funktional Band. It was such a beautiful day to capture and I hope you like the photographs as much as I do. Big thanks to Natalie Lovett of Love to Plan for helping the day go so smoothly.

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