Hannah and Richard were married at the Divine infant of Prague Catholic church in Syston Leicester, which is close to the home where the bride grew up.
Hannah had decorated the garden with lots of home made bunting which looked amazing. I arrived early and she was buzzing around the garden looking glamorous with her hair up in a silk dressing gown.
If there is one thing I could say about this wedding, this Bride has style, and she put a lot of thought and care into all the little details she chose. To decorate the marquee, there was a grand piano in the corner, which was played through dinner and the tables were decorated with pastel floral centre pieces, accented with silver and white details. I loved the cushions around the seating area, which spelled out Jolly, their surname. All around there were beautiful subtle bursts of colour from the flower displays and a stunning love heart wreath, created by the talented Stuart Maidment.
The bridesmaids were all dressed in Lilac, each dress had a small love heart on the hanger, with the name of each bridesmaid embroidered onto it and the wedding date, a sweet little touch.
Her mother and sisters helped her get dressed and we all went outside to photograph a few portraits before travelling to the church.
After a touching ceremony Richard carried his bride out of the church and they were both showered with confetti before the short drive back to the house for the reception.
The weather was glorious, guests enjoyed champagne and wine with canapes in the garden. Hannah and Richard wanted lots of group shots as they have a big family and lots of friends they wanted to be photographed with.
After a few hours in the garden enjoying the sunshine, guests were called into the marquee for speeches, this is where the groom really shone, he gave one of the most incredible, heartfelt speeches I think I have every heard, the room was in tears and you really understood how much he loved his bride, the new Mrs Jolly!
After a delicious dinner by Fiona Herbert catering, guests moved onto the dance floor and dance the night away. I stayed until the end as there was a grand finale, guests lined the pathway holding sparklers and lit up the garden, a perfect ending to a great day.
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