Iscoyd Park Wedding Photography, Shropshire - Sarah + Lee
 
 


“Thanks so much for these they are exactly what we had hoped for!!!

 We watched the slideshow on our tv last night & then went through the gallery which captured so many moments that we both didn’t even know had happened. Then we watched the slideshow again. And again. And I’ve watched it a few times this morning already...”


Blinked and now it’s November! It’s crazy how fast this year has passed, and with only 2 wedding left for 2018 it’s time to start looking back and resurrect this blog! I’ve had one seriously crazy summer (which I can’t wait to show more of) But this blog post is about a little wedding at Iscoyd Park a long long time ago… in September.

Let me just fangirl about this venue real quickly! Iscoyd Park, what a treat it was to shoot here! I’ve drooled over photos of this place since Sarah and Lee booked, and my oh my it didn’t disappoint!

Now it’s takes way more than an amazing venue to have an amazing wedding, so let’s talk about the real star of the show, Norma! (The boston terrier) It was a big day for her and with the help of her humans, Sarah and Lee, she had a wicked time and drank the place dry. Speaking of Sarah and Lee, they were alright, nothing to rave about really, they had a few flowers, said I do in front of a few boring people then signed a piece of paper. If you can’t tell I am totally and utterly joking!! These two… man. They know how to throw a party, their guest, equally as incredible (Though a little bonkers on the dance floor) and even though the weather didn’t play ball, it didn’t phase Sarah or Lee in the slightest!!

Sarah told me it was going to be a super relaxed day spent with their closet friends and family with minimal traditions (even omitting the cake cutting and first dance, but hey, less photos for me to edit so I’m all for it!!) and that they certainly had. Honestly, I have so much love for these guys! I wish we could do it all again.

So this is Sarah, Lee, Norma, and their amazing day.

 
 

And there was no better way to nurse those hangovers the next day than with a a few Bloody Mary’s and an impromptu bouquet making class.

Flowers - Red Floral | Dress - Charlie Brear Via The White Closet | Shoes - Jimmy Choo | Jewellery - Tilly Thomas Lux | Suits - Vintage Suit |

| MUA - Maxine Smith | Hair - Charlotte Rose | Venue - Iscoyd Park | Cake - Poppy Pickering