Jack & Imogen had a small civil ceremony at Taunton registry office with only their parents and siblings. A week later, they were married at an outdoor wedding ceremony on the family farm in Devon, celebrating with over 150 guests. It was a pleasure to be there on such a memorable wedding day as their Devon wedding photographer.
The couple have been together for 10 years and wanted to tie the knot before going travelling later this year. They are keen festival goers and wanted this to be their wedding theme on Jack’s family farm in Devon. Imogen and her family got ready at Tone Dale House, an historic Grade II listed country house located in Wellington Somerset, near the Devon border. Imogen wore a beautiful silk dress from Ghost with gold wedding shoes from Marks & Spencer. Her four bridesmaids wore natural green dresses from ASOS and carried bouquets of white flowers from Dillys in Honiton.
While the bridal party prepared for the wedding, Jack and the boys were busy decorating the farm with festival bunting, fairy lights, paper lanterns and hay bales aplenty. Bells and breakfast provided the tents for guests to stay in after the evening party had finished, including a gorgeous honeymoon suite for the newlyweds.
Imogen arrived to the wedding ceremony in style, being chauffeur driven through the muddy fields in a golf buggy. Jack & Imogen were then married at an outdoor wedding ceremony with over 150 guests. During the ceremony, the rain become very heavy but it made for some special memories for the couple as they read their vows to each other on their wedding day.
We definitely got festival weather throughout the day, with a mix of bright sunshine and heavy downpours. This didn’t dampen the spirits though, with wellington boots and golf umbrellas on display amongst the more traditional wedding attire. As the ceremony finished, bright sunshine appeared, and we captured some lovely confetti moments with the guests. After some heart-felt words and hilarious stories during the speeches, the wedding reception got into full swing and the party really started. As the sun set on the farm, the legendary David Gray sang some of his greatest hits to the newlyweds. It was the perfect way to end a wonderful wedding day.
If you’d like me to be your Devon wedding photographer, I’d love to hear from you.
Supplier Credits: Venue: Tone Dale House / Wedding Dress: Ghost / Shoes: Marks & Spencer / Bridesmaids Dresses: ASOS / Bridesmaids Shoes: New Look / Suit: Hawes & Curtis / Flowers: Dillys in Honiton / Tents: Bell and Breakfast / Musician: David Gray