immY & will's farm wedding
We headed out to the picturesque village of Ansty to photograph Immy and Will’s wedding day.
Situated in the heart of Dorset, we couldn’t wait to photograph this wonderful agricultural themed wedding.
We both headed down to the holiday cottages which are owned by Immy’s family to photograph the wedding morning. Immy is a super chilled person so there were no signs of wedding nerves. We took a few getting ready images and some wedding detail then left the girls to it.
We then made our way to The Fox inn where the groom and wedding party were meeting before being chauffeured to the Church at Hilton via the back of a Tractor notably a John Deere 6830 and a beautify restored David Brown International 1255XL.
A wonderful dress code made a great spectacle for anyone who walked past, traditional wedding attire for the boys and grand hats and colourful dresses for the ladies.
I joined the guests on their journey to the church on the back of the trailer, taking a few images as we trucked along.
Finally arriving at the church we captured the guests arriving mainly using the sigma art 50mm at f2 to bring out the light and vibrant colours of the church interior.
Immy arrived looking stunning and walked down the aisle with her father to a very happy looking Will
The ceremony was undertaken by the family vicar and friend who conducted a lovely ceremony, which ended in the happy couple tying the knot.
Due to the huge amount of guests, the couple headed out to the longest confetti line ever where the couple were cheered on by the wedding party. Then back to the venue via a beautifully restored Land Rover series one.
Once back at the venue a few formal shots of the family, friends and the stunning bridesmaid’s then straight on to the speeches and wedding breakfast, all situated inside a huge marquee adorned with local flowers and wedding details.
As the day went on, we managed to take a journey away from the venue to photograph Immy & Will to Rawlsbury Camp Iron age hill fort with the most stunning views towards The Dorset Gap. The weather was perfect with the odd bit of cloud cover helping to cool us all down.
For the first dance Immy and Will had a great 12 piece band to get the evening started.
After the dance we stayed for a while then left the happy couple to have a fab evening.
We have it on good authority that later in the evening Will decided to go topless on the dancefloor but sadly we missed it!
A great day indeed
We wish Immy and Will all our best in their new life together.