A few weeks ago we headed over to Eversley for Jenna and Gary’s wedding. They got hitched in a very pretty little church called St Michael’s and All Angels Church, with a reception held at The New Mill.
First of all Ian and I spent the morning with both the bride and the groom. We both got looked after so well and both Jenna and Gary’s parents were perfect hosts, happy for their homes to be completely taken over. I even got offered a stack load of sausage rolls!
Meanwhile, with the boys…
Jenna’s Dad wanted a couple of shots of him and the bride-to-be on his motorbike.
Gary had written a poem for Jenna which he read out at the end of the ceremony.
A surprise post-ceremony dog appearance! Oh, how I love a dog at a wedding. Especially when they come kitted up with a big pink bow!
The Driver had suggested he may try and drive the vintage car through a Ford. However, considering the water was deep enough to freak out a couple of horses (they weren’t going anywhere), this idea was soon ditched.
There’s lots of lovely green space at The New Mill and it was a pretty hot day so that shade was welcome. The guests spent a bit of time having some drinks before the wedding breakfast started.
Having fun with all the cogs and brass in the reception venue…
The weather unfortunately got really grey and muggy in the afternoon so we didn’t get any late sun but the grounds were pretty and we spent a bit of time taking some shots of the newly weds.
Before it was time to head back inside for the cutting of the cake and the First Dance.
Posted with thanks and congratulations to Jenna and Gary x