A Gorcott Hall Wedding

By September 28, 2020 Weddings

A Gorcott Hall wedding

Will & Dani had a Gorcott Hall Wedding. I met them at Dani’s parents house initially and we just clicked straight away! They had an engagement shoot at the beautiful National Trust of Baddesley Clinton a few months before to get them used to the camera. As you can see from their wedding photos, they were naturals in front of the camera.

Their wedding day came; 14th September 2019 and Dani was getting ready with her Mum, Nan and bridesmaids at the amazing Brockencote Hall out in Kidderminster. Will, got ready at his parents house and I had my lovely friend Mel from Olivia photography to second shoot for me that day. Mel was with Will in the morning capturing all the men getting ready. Men seem to have a much more chilled out time than the ladies as they ventured to the Ewe and Lamb pub in Bromsgrove afterwards. It is such a huge bonus having a second photographer at your wedding. As you can see it’s lovely that the Bride & Groom have been able to see what the other one got up to in the morning. Not only that but having Mel there meant the back of the ceremony was also captured as well as many more candid photos throughout the day. Such a great advantage 🙂

Dani opted for a vintage car to transport her to St Michaels C of E Church in Bromsgrove, Stoke Prior for the ceremony, then it was off to the gorgeous Gorcott Hall for the celebrations. They went for gin bottles on all the tables for the center pieces, which is so on trend at the minute. They also had lovely floral arrangements on each table, and on the table plan. Those and the bouquet was produced by the amazing Alison at Lili Floral Art. The food at Gorcott was amazing and everything went without a hitch, everyone was laughing and enjoying themselves throughout, especially when the Irish band started playing after the first dance. What a gorgeous day, we even got a blinding colourful sunset to finish off the night. Thanks so much for having us at your wedding guys, we had a blast and so happy you were pleased with your photos.

Here is the link to the awesome video preview Laura from Laura Garwood videography produced for them. https://lauragarwood.co.uk/gorcott-hall-wedding-videographer/

 

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Suppliers include –

Photography: SilverStar Photographic

Venues: Brockencote Hall, St Michaels Church, Gorcott Hall

Video: Laura Garwood Videography

Flowers: Lili Floral Art

Cake: The Red cake co

Dress: Lula Ann

Mother of the Bride Dresses: Mother of the Bride

Hair: Lucy the hairdresser 

Make up: Gabrielle Make up artist

Suits and shoes: DJ Formal Wear

Irish Band: Cairde

Harpist: Helen Barley