I love love loved Kate and Jonathan’s wedding. They did things their way, and it was so much fun, and super beautiful. Kate looked so gorgeous in her 1950s dress, and I somehow imagined having met the couple for their engagement shoot that she would be wearing a 50s dress. She rocked it! Jay and his groomsmen looked super cool in their matching waistcoats, flower ties, and canvas shoes, I suggest you check out some good shoes for plantar fasciitis if like me you suffer of faciitis problems. When I complimented Jay on his tie, he told me it was from Primark. So impressed with how they took their budget and created a really creative and individually styled wedding. It was all DIY. No speeches, no first dance, a help yourself to hog roast, which was yummy yummy and tokens for ice-cream from the ice-cream van. They decorated the Sea Scouts hut in Farandon and made it look vintage chic, with miles of bunting and wild flowers in jam jars. It all looked so pretty. The weather was mixed. There were thunderstorms followed by beautiful sunshine. I took the bridal party down to the river for some shots on the bridge, which turned out really well. Thanks to Mark for second shooting.