Pippa & Jack’s Cotswold Wedding had it all! Fantastic setting, great summer weather, a sing-along during the ceremony, egg and spoon races, sack races, incredible food, great live music, and fabulous friends and family. The wedding took place on the family farm in the beautiful village of Long Compton in the stunning Cotswold countryside. The setting for ceremony was a barn which is usually used to store farm machinery and equipment – however it had been cleared and beautifully dressed with floral displays and hay bales used for seating. It looked incredible. Pippa and Jack had completed the legal marriage bits and pieces earlier in the week meaning that they could pretty much have free rein for their ceremony. This included plenty of readings and anecdotes from family and friends as well as a full rendition of the Sixpence None The Richer classic ‘Kiss Me’ which everyone fully put their heart and soul into.
With plenty of time during the drinks reception guests we treated to drinks, canapés and music. To keep guests entertained even further there was a selection of typically English fete games such as tug of war, egg and spoon race, and the sack race. There were a lot of competitive wedding guests!
Once guests and been fed an incredible amount and variety of food for the wedding breakfast, and had been further entertained with a great selection of speeches it was onto the evening. A live band and DJ got the party in full swing. And for those who wanted to get away from the liveliness of the music and dancing they could head outside and be kept warm by the fire pit and look out over the Cotswolds countryside.
I had a great time photographing the day and below is just a small selection of photos from the day.