Gloucestershire Wedding of Emma and Ben

Gloucestershire Wedding

Ben and Emma met in the air – so to speak – Ben is an airline pilot and Emma a stewardess.

They had a beautiful ceremony at All Saint’s Church, Woodford followed by an amazing reception at their parents farm with a marquee in the apple orchard.

The wedding had lots of flying references, from Ben’s specially made jet cufflinks through to the table place names all matching the type of information boards you see at airports.

It was a lovely wedding with close family and friends on a beautiful summer’s day.

I can only add that  many of the guests who were also pilots or cabin crew certainly knew how to party.

Ben and Emma are an amazing couple, I loved meeting them and was honoured to be selected to capture their wedding day.

Wishing both Emma and Ben every happiness together.

Captured with love

Paul @ the lemon house 

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