Miss Kim Bromley and Mr Oliver Cooper – wedding photography at St Mary’s Church, Dodford and and Dodford Manor, Northamptonshire
Kim prepared for her wedding at Hunt House Quarters at Kilsby, near Rugby in Warwickshire. She wore a classic strapless dress with lace and satin bodice, full skirt and lace trimmed train, and wore her hair up in a pretty chignon style.
Her silver shoes were matched by a glamorous clutch bag.
Of course everyone hopes for fine weather on their wedding day, but the ever present rain added a pearl like sheen to the paintwork of Kim’s midnight blue Mark II Jaguar…
After a delightful service at St Mary’s Church, Dodford, Oliver wearing classic morning dress escorts his bride…
…and was fully prepared for the day with quantities of white umbrellas.
Flying their colours they set off together….
…arriving after a short drive at Dodford Manor, Northamptonshire where they were to hold their wedding reception.
They chose the venue for its laid back relaxed country atmosphere, which suited their style. Here a balloon release is leant a quirky air by a curious juxtaposition.
Some chaps struggled with their brollies in the breeze, whilst the more relaxed let the lady take the strain…
Kim and Oliver employed delightful bunting made from old maps to decorate the venue, and a Robert Ryan papercut held centre stage.
Amongst the guests were Mr and Mrs Andrew Barker whose Winter wedding at Kelmarsh Hall also features a cameo appearance from Oliver and Kim.
After dinner our bride and groom danced to an eclectic soul funk set by The Lowriders.
Meanwhile, a photobooth complete with dressing up box entertained the guests…
…and in our opinion no party is complete without a glamorous pirate…
…and plenty of dramatic dancing.