I love meeting new people at weddings, but it’s also pretty awesome if you’ve known some of the wedding guests for years. Weddings are just such a great opportunity to bring old friends together, and Harry & Tissy’s was no exception. It was so lovely to see some old faces and photograph one of the nicest couples ever (and literally the most chilled out people I’ve seen on their wedding day).
Harry and Tissy said their vows at St. Nectan’s church in Ashcombe- a picturesque little church set into the Devonshire countryside hills, pretty much right around the corner from where we all grew up. Following the ceremony, we headed to Duck Aller Farm for the reception – a vintage tea party and a barn dance, with some of the cutest wedding decor I’ve ever seen. The theme was beautifully British, with antique crockery, old fashioned type-writers, vintage cameras and wild flowers dotted all over the tables inside a quirky marquee. After a few friendly games of croquet and rounders, and lots of tea, cake and jacket potatoes, the day was rounded off by the Ceilidh, which I just couldn’t help myself get a bit involved in!
A pretty massive congratulations to Mr and Mrs Thompson, childhood sweethearts since year 10! And soon to be Doctor and Doctor Thomspon! Here’s some of their best bits: