Yeah! This is the stuff! An epic city wedding with style to spare. The Flint Room playing host to Clover and Tom's stunning ceremony with an Indian feast to follow. Complete with DJ, dancing and lots of fun!
A windy start, I arrived with Clover and her family and friends at her family home. Tom and the groomsmen had the pleasure of being entertained by James Powell, an awesome photographer who came along for the ride on this one.
We had an ace morning, Clover's family home is something special indeed. Art adorns the walls, mostly painted by Clovers exceptionally talented mother. Paintings, sculptures, feltwork and more, this place was the perfect setting for Clover to get ready for her wedding. The prosecco flowed, the girls laughed and we had a great morning. I want to give a huge shout out to Natalie at WildFolk Flowers. Her incredible creations arrived mid-morning and absolutely blew me away! If you're getting married and want flowers, give Natalie a shout.
Flint Room Wedding
Clover and the girls made their way to The Flint Room in the back of an old Land Rover, proper job! They arrived, the sun breaking through the clouds and strolled into the Flint room to wait for their walk up the aisle. The Flint Room, formerly called St John Sepulchre sits at the head of Ber street and as you head inside, Trish and Lesley have turned this old, magnificent church into a stylish, vibrant, city venue for wedding ceremonies. A real gem.
After the ceremony and drinks reception, I took Clover and Tom for a quick drive to the Plantation Gardens for a wander and some chill time before heading back for a feast and dancing. The weather held, we laughed and we made it back, refreshed and ready for a party. A magic March day in the fine city. One of my faves for sure! Huge love and Congrats C+T x
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