As soon as Duncan and Emalie produced a mood board of their wedding inspiration on our first meeting I couldn’t wait to shoot this wedding! They excitedly talked about all the little details of the day and how much of it would be made and sourced by themselves – already their house was adorned with much of the items they would use as table centrepieces. I’d had my fingers crossed all week for their outdoor ceremony as the weather had been particularly wet and it seemed to work as the sun shone for much of the day. Emalie arrived to the ceremony on a steam engine – secretly arranged my Duncan – and the bridesmaids in trailer pulled by a vintage tractor. The buttonholes and bouquets were made by Emalie and their family had made metres upon metres of bunting and hundreds of paper pom poms for the marque. Emalie had also made her dress and headpiece and all of the vintage china and decorations sourced from thrift shops. Afternoon tea was served was their wedding breakfast and the evening continued with live music from a swing band. I’m super thrilled to have had this wedding featured on Rock n Roll Bride wedding blog. Thanks so much to this guys for letting me a part of their big day, I absolutely loved it!