Hats off to this couple, Tria and Jamie! They went where many couples wouldn’t when planning for an outdoor wedding ceremony in the great British weather. Despite the heavy rain all morning, Tria still walked down a very long path to her awaiting husband to be. The venue was Hogarth’s, near Solihull and the knot was tied in a beautiful ceremony set in a unique treehouse.
There is such a magical feeling about getting married under a canopy of green. It was our first time shooting a woodland wedding and we loved it. We could’ve stayed under the trees and near the lit up treehouse all day and night. Leaves rustling in the wind, and branches swaying overhead as they promised forever. We definitely made the most of this location and although the majority of the day took place back at the hotel we made lots of visits back to the treehouse at various points of the day.
Their perseverance with an outdoor ceremony I think paid off. It stayed dry throughout the service and just as they said “I do” the sunshine streamed through the trees. Well deserved we say! The ceremony was perfectly signed off with Tria’s cousin standing up and delivering beautifully a rendition of Etta James song “At Last”. Dodging some really heavy showers the newlyweds along with their guests went on to have a fantastic day, mingling, drinking, laughing, smiling and in the evening dancing their socks off to some bad boy beats!
Well done and massive congratulations Mr & Mrs Reynolds. You were brilliant to work with. It was one truly magical day and all down to the two of you!