Lisa's wedding hair looked fantastic swept to one side with a single flower. It complemented the fact her wedding dress had a single strap on the opposite side - neat.
Quoits and Giant Connect Four were available on the lawn at Kingscote Barn to entertain the wedding guests - both young & 'older'
Wedding bouquets with Gerberas aren't all that common...nice to see for a change. Handy they were left of this Cotswold stone wall for a photo :-). OK, confession time, I put them there....this isn't a 'documentary shot'!
Having worked at Kingscote Barn only two days earlier I was still keen to use the Oilseed rape (whilst it was in flower), but needed a fresh perspective compared to my previous wedding couple photos. Thankfully there was plenty of space to work with (it's a big field) and changing my lens choice mixed it up a bit too.
Cup cake wedding cakes....an ever popular choice for wedding couples lately. The top one looks the biggest, I'd go for that :-)
Ohh look, it's Gerbera decorations on the cup cakes too - how cool is that!? Lisa also had jars of Jelly Beans as table favours - colour coordinated of course with the pink & burgundy.
A departure from the norm with table seating plans too for this wedding. Alastair and Lisa sat at Table 3.....I know, crazy huh!?