Natasha and Jamie tied the knot on 28th July 2018, at Thorpe Arnold church celebrating at Thorpe Arnold Cricket Club.
Right from the off I knew how important family was to this couple, it was actually Natasha’s Nan who welcomed me in to her home to chat about her family and why capturing her Grand-Daughters big day on film, was so important. We spoke about a great amount of loss in their family and I feel completely honoured that we were able to capture such beautiful family memories. When we met Jamie and Natasha, we also met their very cute daughters, and the plans for their day was to make it a real family get together, but to also remember those who couldn’t sadly be there.
The Bridal preparations took place at Natasha’s home alongside her maid of honour who is also her sister, and her two daughters who were the flower girls. All wore matching bright floral satin dressing gowns and enjoyed a relaxed morning having their hair curled and make up applied. The love they all have for each other shone through as they shared gifts and giggled together. It was soon time for everyone to get their glad rags on and hot pink soon proved to be this weddings colour theme. The bride looked beautiful in an ivory lace sweetheart, A -line dress, with a beautiful long veil complimented with lace. Natasha’s Dad and Nan got their first look, and emotions ran high with tears from them both, they were very obviously proud of their girl. Meanwhile Jamie and his best man were ready in a flash, wearing navy blue with hot pink ties. Both the bridal and grooms party travelled to the church in style, where they were met with their nearest and dearest.
After a beautiful church ceremony, the newlyweds were showered with colourful confetti and a bit of July rain! The family completely styled it out, and it didn’t affect their plans whatsoever, it actually made for some beautiful family footage and photos, as they took shelter on the church grounds. The wedding party took to the wedding breakfast at their marquee, whilst the couple took a stroll in the countryside, and the rain thankfully disappeared. This gave us the perfect opportunity to capture some lovely moments of them being alone for the first time since saying their I do’s. The countryside feel continued in the wedding marquee with pink bunting throughout, hay bales, and lovely family photographs adding a real personal touch. After the cutting of their gorgeous naked cake, they all enjoyed the sweetie cart, the amazing photobooth, plenty of drinks and the dance floor for the rest of the night. A great time had by all!
We wish Mr and Mrs Talbot and their family, all the very best in their future together.