Today's blog feature is a fifties inspired wedding at Crondon Park, one of my favourite Essex barn wedding venues. Earlier this year, I met up with Richard and Rebecca in London's quirky Borough Market for their pre-wedding shoot after they won my Spring wedding photography competition.
From our first meeting, I knew I was in for a treat! From the tiny details to the groom's suit and bride's dress, this couple had a stunning vision of how to make their wedding day stylish and personal! Richard's suit was made by Hackett and Rebecca's exquisite fifties style tea-length wedding dress was made by Fairy Gothmother.
Richard and Rebecca got married at St Edwards the Confessor Church in Romford and after a beautiful ceremony, they headed to Crondon Park for their reception. It was a beautiful day and thankfully it remained bright and dry, enabling us to capture shots outdoors as the sun came down. I loved all the reception venue details, especially the mini cricket bats used for table names which tied in with Richard's love for cricket. The stunning bouquets and florals were made by Lily & May. Congratulations once again to a smashing couple.