Music has the power to evoke an array of emotions, whether it be happiness, laughter or love. So, it was only fitting that it played a key part in Bridget and David’s special day.
The wedding took place at Dorset House Barn, bury on Saturday 9th April. Overlooking a beautiful lake, the venue was nestled beside a traditional country school. The sun shone on the groomsmen for shots outside the barn, before the bride made an impressive entrance in an Old Riley.
Smiles, laughter and the odd tear were shed as the couple said their vows and thanked guests for being apart of their day. Bridget and David then enjoyed photos by the car and the picturesque landscape, as their friends and family were left to unwind in the country setting.
The relaxed music theme continued throughout the day, with the couple’s guitar case used as a card box and records for the seating plan. The wedding speeches were split between the courses, followed with the cutting of the couple’s unique naked wedding cake.
The children guests then joined the wedding band whilst they set up, playing with their microphones and drums. The day ended with more smiles, a romantic first dance and lots of laughter.