Outdoor weddings are becoming more and more popular in the UK, and Becca and Will were on the lookout for a venue. The fact you can actually get married in the woods is pretty cool right? Unfortunately, most places in England at least aren’t actually licensed for outdoor ceremonies. A Somerley Woodland Wedding however, is.  Set in the estate of Somerley House near Ringwood in Hampshire, Somerley Woodland Weddings is an incredible place. An absolute peach of a setting for a wedding. Becca and Will, likewise, are an absolute peach of couple. They let me in to do my thing, and truly made me feel one of the clan.

Oh my goodness, thank you SO much for the most incredible set of photos! We love them so much!

Thank you so much for being such a great part of our day!


Veggie food and love for days…

I met Becca at her parents house and hung out while her and her pals got ready. As always, a few Prosecco’s were had as the morning went on (I mean, as always for bridal prep, not simply that Becca has a Prosecco problem). Becca was then picked up in vintage Roller and whisked to Somerley to meet her Will and say their “we do”s. As the day went on there was always something going on. The games were a hit (even if I didn’t full understand all of them), and the food from Bread and Flowers was simply divine – if anyone is on the lookout for a vegetarian friendly menu, you have to check them out. Becca and Will went for a veggie only menu and it went down an absolute storm. 

After all of that, it was onto the dancing and other drunken shenanigans before I said adios and wandered off to my car, slightly in awe of that day that had just taken place. I can’t explain how much I enjoyed this wedding. Something just about being outside, everyone fully invested, fun everywhere, more than a few tears. Man, it was a lush day and night. Here’s a few highlights.



Dress – Catherine Deane

Will’s Suit – TM Lewin

Make-up – Ellie Osmond

Hair – Carl Hillwood Salon (Emily and Meg)

Caterers – Bread and Flowers

Band – The Signals