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September
7
2019
Emma & Simon

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In North Devon on the southern edge of Exmoor is the small pictureque village of Filleigh which is where Emma and Simon had their amazing Filleigh cricket wedding. Now the thing you need to know is that Simon is a huge cricket lover so his proposal had to evolve around his two loves cricket and of course Emma! Simon took Emma out to Filleigh Cricket Club and for anyone who understands the sport you would have instantly known that you don’t play cricket in January, especially in the driving rain! Not Emma, lol. Once at Filleigh Cricket Club they took a short walk to the Ugly Bridge which is situated next to the club, he got down on one knee and the rest is history. And if you haven’t already guessed Filleigh Cricket Club was where we did their pre wedding photoshoot with their son Mason. Take a sneak peak at their pre wedding pics here. We were so lucky to have amazing weather for their pre wedding shoot and their wedding day was even more perfect!

The day started in the Garden Suite at the Park Hotel for Emma and her girls where make-up by Emmas sister, hair was done by Emma good friend Kelly whilst the two flower girls had a cheeky little dance party. Emma was surrounded with so much love from her girls and her mother. Once Emma had got her dress on and everyone gasped in ore when she came out, she was jaw-dropping! The best part for me was when Emma was gifted a surprise from her husband to be a gorgeous pair of pearl studded earrings. Her face said it all, totally unexpected happiness! I’m pretty sure her heart was exploding!

The groom, his guys and Mason got ready at their family home with all of them entertaining Mason in between getting dressed into their three piece blue tweed suits. The Father of the groom and ushers arrived shortly afterwards to head over to the church.

St Pauls Church, Fillegh is a beautiful bright church with a stunning stained glass wedding and decadent ceiling. The perfect setting for Emma and Simon. Emma arrived at the church in a vintage black mini cooper driven by her Dad. The ceremony was filled with love and meaningful readings, especially the reading by the two flower girls so adorable, my heart melted a little listening to them! With Simon being cricket mad it was only fitting that as Emma and Simon left the church it should be under an arch of cricket bats with confetti being thrown and all the kids blowing bubbles. Before heading over to Filleigh Cricket Club for first reception I hung back with Emma and Simon for some bride and groom portrait shots overlooking Castle Hill Estate.

With perfect timing the clouds cleared and the sun shone brightly for the reception at the cricket club. On arrival at the club house which was decorated with rustic burlap bunting, English high tea and pimms were on offer to all guests and yes of course I sampled some, who wouldn’t! We took the family and wedding party photos here whilst everyone was together. Enjoying the sun and the good company Emma and Simon were milling around with their guests, screams of laughter and joy coming from kids and adults alike having fun playing garden games of hoopla, limbo and cricket. The groom and his groomsmen had small game of cricket which Emma joined in for a couple of bats, cracking shots.

On the way to Filleigh Village Hall for the wedding breakfast (reception number two) I snuck off with Emma and Simon to make the most of the glorious sunshine. We headed for the Ugly Bridge a place that holds deep meaning for them both as this is the spot that they got engaged. Totally perfect for more bride and groom portraits!

All in all, it was truly a perfect day and the threat of rain was swept away and the sun shone bright! Together, Emma and Simon completely compliment one another. They are, indeed, a perfect match, and I am pleased as punch that I get to document their love.

Emma and Simon, no one deserves this perfect day more than the two of you. I am so happy that I got to be there to witness the start of a new chapter in your life, as husband and wife. Thank you both for being so awesome. Here’s to many many more decades of love, happiness and joy!

Wedding Team
Filleigh Village Hall
Wedding Reception Venue
a church
Wedding Ceremony Venue
Upright Weddings
Wedding Videographer
Upright Weddings
Photographer
Wedding Vibe
September
7
2019
Emma & Simon

NEXT
VIDEO
NEXT VIDEO  

In North Devon on the southern edge of Exmoor is the small pictureque village of Filleigh which is where Emma and Simon had their amazing Filleigh cricket wedding. Now the thing you need to know is that Simon is a huge cricket lover so his proposal had to evolve around his two loves cricket and of course Emma! Simon took Emma out to Filleigh Cricket Club and for anyone who understands the sport you would have instantly known that you don’t play cricket in January, especially in the driving rain! Not Emma, lol. Once at Filleigh Cricket Club they took a short walk to the Ugly Bridge which is situated next to the club, he got down on one knee and the rest is history. And if you haven’t already guessed Filleigh Cricket Club was where we did their pre wedding photoshoot with their son Mason. Take a sneak peak at their pre wedding pics here. We were so lucky to have amazing weather for their pre wedding shoot and their wedding day was even more perfect!

The day started in the Garden Suite at the Park Hotel for Emma and her girls where make-up by Emmas sister, hair was done by Emma good friend Kelly whilst the two flower girls had a cheeky little dance party. Emma was surrounded with so much love from her girls and her mother. Once Emma had got her dress on and everyone gasped in ore when she came out, she was jaw-dropping! The best part for me was when Emma was gifted a surprise from her husband to be a gorgeous pair of pearl studded earrings. Her face said it all, totally unexpected happiness! I’m pretty sure her heart was exploding!

The groom, his guys and Mason got ready at their family home with all of them entertaining Mason in between getting dressed into their three piece blue tweed suits. The Father of the groom and ushers arrived shortly afterwards to head over to the church.

St Pauls Church, Fillegh is a beautiful bright church with a stunning stained glass wedding and decadent ceiling. The perfect setting for Emma and Simon. Emma arrived at the church in a vintage black mini cooper driven by her Dad. The ceremony was filled with love and meaningful readings, especially the reading by the two flower girls so adorable, my heart melted a little listening to them! With Simon being cricket mad it was only fitting that as Emma and Simon left the church it should be under an arch of cricket bats with confetti being thrown and all the kids blowing bubbles. Before heading over to Filleigh Cricket Club for first reception I hung back with Emma and Simon for some bride and groom portrait shots overlooking Castle Hill Estate.

With perfect timing the clouds cleared and the sun shone brightly for the reception at the cricket club. On arrival at the club house which was decorated with rustic burlap bunting, English high tea and pimms were on offer to all guests and yes of course I sampled some, who wouldn’t! We took the family and wedding party photos here whilst everyone was together. Enjoying the sun and the good company Emma and Simon were milling around with their guests, screams of laughter and joy coming from kids and adults alike having fun playing garden games of hoopla, limbo and cricket. The groom and his groomsmen had small game of cricket which Emma joined in for a couple of bats, cracking shots.

On the way to Filleigh Village Hall for the wedding breakfast (reception number two) I snuck off with Emma and Simon to make the most of the glorious sunshine. We headed for the Ugly Bridge a place that holds deep meaning for them both as this is the spot that they got engaged. Totally perfect for more bride and groom portraits!

All in all, it was truly a perfect day and the threat of rain was swept away and the sun shone bright! Together, Emma and Simon completely compliment one another. They are, indeed, a perfect match, and I am pleased as punch that I get to document their love.

Emma and Simon, no one deserves this perfect day more than the two of you. I am so happy that I got to be there to witness the start of a new chapter in your life, as husband and wife. Thank you both for being so awesome. Here’s to many many more decades of love, happiness and joy!

Wedding Team
Filleigh Village Hall
Wedding Reception Venue
a church
Wedding Ceremony Venue
Upright Weddings
Wedding Videographer
Upright Weddings
Photographer
Wedding Vibe