Teenage Sweethearts happily ever after...
Jake and Bonnies romance began back at school and led to the love filled autumn wedding day we all enjoyed at Warwick House, Southam in October.
The day began with the bridal party all getting ready within the lovely rooms at Warwick House. This is a great feature of this venue that the whole day can be at one site if you wanted. The bridal suite is an absolute dream with huge old windows that fill the room with light and enable some great photography. This pair had opted to get married at the church in Leamington though and from the outside you didn’t have any idea quite how huge and impressive this building was from the inside...so beautifully grand!
The ceremony was heartfelt and poignant with a brilliant confetti line up after with the wind whipping confetti everywhere. Everyone escaped the autumn weather inside the cosiness of Warwick house, where the couple had given a lovely nod to their love of Disney with little touches throughout.
The wedding breakfast was started with some hilarity as the bride and groom entered to a surprise sea of their guests wearing masks of Jake and Bonnie...nothing quite like being greeted by a sea of your own face! The speeches that ensued encapsulated the total love and devotion shared between this family and friends. Rounded off with a side splitting speech from the best man who had the couple and the room in total stitches, well done that man!!
Can I thank Jake and Bonnie for being such a willing couple, despite pretty hardcore weather conditions they were still game for some evening portraits...as we merrily trotted outside under an umbrella Bonnie shared ‘life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass but learning to dance in the rain’. Such wonderful words that continue to stick with me. This can do attitude also meant we got some lovely lit rainy shots under Warwick Houses Pagoda.
Thank you guys for making us feel so very welcome and giving us a wonderful day to capture. Wishing you a life time of love and laughter! Hope you are enjoying your first married Valentines Day!