A Wonderfully Vintage Wedding
If you love a vintage wedding this authentically themed 1940s / 1950s wedding at Leigh Court will be just up your street. It had everything from vintage cars, dresses flower and high tea.
After meeting Laura and Andrew, I couldn’t believe how lucky I was that they’d chosen me to photograph their vintage wedding. Even better they jumped at the chance to do a ‘full-on’ styled pre-wedding shoot at an old railway station.
A truly vintage wedding in a Country House
Leigh Court is one of the South West’s most prestigious venues with stylish and striking 19th century decor, perfect for weddings.
Grade II listed and 1814 from Bath stone, the graceful Palladian architecture outside, complements the bold Greek revival style inside
The wedding breakfast was glorious with vintage china and floral prints everywhere to be seen. The flowers were in keeping with the delicate blooms in soft pastel colours.
The quirky curved staircase leading to the ceremony room was lovingly decorated with vintage scarfs that Laura had collected over the past year.
Each one was individual and had its own story to tell.
Andrew teared up as Laura in her long vintage dress flowed down the stair case.
We made use of the evening sunlight capturing fun photographs, the bridal party laughing among the trees and vast ground in this exclusive venue.
All this before Laura changed into a short 1950s dress so she could enjoy the dance the night away.