Laura and Paul chose Laura’s family home in the Warwickshire village of Birdingbury as the location for their summer wedding. Being in the Midlands it’s ideal for friends and family traveling from all over the country. Once there, there was no more traveling required. They had the perfect local church just up the road for their ceremony. St. Leonard’s Church was so close in fact that guests could just walk back down the road from the church for the drinks reception.
It was a beautiful warm and sunny day – great for a marquee wedding such as this. They had a marquee set up in the garden for the wedding breakfast with plenty of space around it for the children to run around and play. Drinks were served alongside canapés (including an oyster bar!) in the garden before it was time to sit down for the wedding breakfast. After the food there were a great set of speeches before everyone headed back outside to enjoy the last of the evening sunshine.
Instead of having a first dance Laura and Paul opted to go straight into the evening ceilidh – I love a good ceilidh at a wedding as it gets everyone involved and having a good time! After the first ceilidh set finished, people headed back outside to finish the night with some sparkler shots!
Here’s a few photos from their day…