This weekend saw the marriage of Amy and Josh at the beautiful fairytale venue of Brympton d'Evercy.
Dressing the house with magical storm lanterns, church candles, swags of ivy and bay was my job as arrived on the Thursday.
Amy and Josh arrived late afternoon on Friday with house guests close behind them.
A house party in the star chamber was the evening's entertainment with a roaring fire in the grate of the largest fire place in the house.
Early morning breakfast Saturday morning with the lads off for a clay pigeon shoot leaving Amy and her 9 bridesmaids (yes 9!) to get ready for the ceremony. Tayna Jane on hand for hair and makeup did a fabulous job as yet another beautifully coiffured bridesmaid appeared downstairs.
The time soon ticked round to 3.30 and further guests started to collect in The Great Hall grateful for the blazing fire after their long journeys.
Amy looked radiant as she left the bedroom making her way down the great staircase with her father and bridesmaids.
Josh was already in The dower House waiting with best man. The twinkly lights adorning the beams sparkled with the lit church candles making a warm welcome.
Bridesmaids entered with lanterns handed out to them as they made their way down the aisle with Amy and her Father following.
Laughter and tears followed as vows were made and the married couple happily walked arm in arm back towards the house.
Thanks to Katia Marsh our fabulous Brympton photographer, Nigel Peirce who pulled out all the stops to transport the wedding party to a Moroccan themed evening reception.
Jane for all the fabulous food based on a Moroccan theme.
Renaissance grace supplied all the venue House styling.
Renaissance Grace wishes a long and happy marriage to Amy and Josh