The Fennes - Forrest and Rosie
Forrest and Rosie got married at The Fennes in Bocking near Braintree. We had all sorts of weather, unfortunately we had some rain but luckily we also had some nice sunshine.
It was a very relaxed and calm morning for the girls, lots of laughing and joking. Hair and make up was going great and the guys arrived to start getting ready too. The staff at the Fennes where setting up and the Prosecco tailer was in place.
Forrest was taking it all in and getting a little nervous before him and the guys headed over to the house to start welcoming guests. Rosie decided to get into her dress in one of the rooms to the front of the house with her mum helping her get into her dress.
Once in her dress we decided to do a bride reveal to her bridesmaids and her dad. Its always a special moment when a Dad see's his little girl in her wedding dress for the first time... Very emotional but lovely moment.
It was then time to go get married. Forrest and the wedding guests where in the Marquee ready and waiting for Rosie's entrance. The ceremony was lovely, rings where exchanged and a first kiss was greeted with round of applause from the guests. Unfortunately we had a little bit of rain so the group shot where taken in the gold room at the front of the house, a lovely setting for the formal shots.
Whilst the drink reception was taken place we had a gap in the weather and some lovely sunshine so it was a quick dash to the bridge with Rosie and the bridesmaids. Then the couple shots around the grounds were taken whilst the guests enjoyed some live music and drinks.
The Confetti shot was done just before the wedding breakfast and then it was time for the speeches. Three speeches from Rosie Dad, Forrest the groom and the best man see the end of the wedding breakfast and some time for some evening photos.
The cake was cut and then onto the dancing. The first dance also had another confetti shot via some confetti cannons which made great effects.
The guests had a great time and I left them with the DJ in full swing to enjoy the rest of their evening.