James & Alice at All Manor of Events

What a lovely summer’s day we had for James and Alice’s August wedding at All Manor of Events! The weather really couldn’t have been better. James and Alice both got ready at Woodfarm Barns, not far from Manor Farm. The guys got ready in one of the cottages with a hot tub (of course), and the girls got ready in Woodfarm House.

It was lovely working alongside Emma Brooks Make-up and Tina Crossley – Beautiful Hair who did a fantastic job at Alice’s hair and make up – gorgeous!

James and Alice have two adorable children, Riley and Elloise who were absolutely brilliant on the day – Riley took his job of ‘Ring Security’ very seriously and I have never seen anything cuter than when Elloise shouted “Daddy!” and ran down the aisle to hug him. I don’t think there was a dry eye in the room by the time Alice, Riley and the bridesmaids had made it down the aisle too :-). As the weather was so beautiful, James and Alice were able to have their ceremony outside in The Garden Room. It was so nice to see and work with Barbara Paternoster of Suffolk Registrars again, who I recently found out registered my birth all those years ago. Small world! James and Alice also had a fantastic toastmaster who really made the day go smoothly.

James and Alice chose BCD Wedding Cars for their transport – beautiful vintage cars and very professional guys who I couldn’t recommend more.

James and Alice had amazing food and drink at their wedding – an ice cream cart, a sweet table and a fish and chip van in the evening to name a few. Something I absolutely love about All Manor of Events is their AMAZING dessert table full of yummy mini desserts from cheesecake to brownie to profiteroles, keep an eye out for that picture… Following the wedding breakfast, there were incredibly touching speeches (again, not a dry eye in the room), and then the Wedding Shoe Game afterwards which was absolutely hilarious.

James and Alice, thank you for choosing us as your photographers! We had an amazing day, you and your family are so welcoming – it really was a pleasure.