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Obsessed: Farm-Fresh Wedding Bash in Lancashire! Snapped this Amazing Marquee Wedding on the Family Farm and I’m Still Not Over It! Plus, I Had to Upgrade My Ride to a new 4-wheel drive Audi Just to Reach the Dreamiest Spots! #FarmWeddingGoals #AllAboutThatRuralChic #IGotANewCar!
Highlights from Jenny + Joe’s Lancashire Wedding
Rolling with the Reliant: A Lancashire Farm Wedding Adventure!
Hey hey, party people! So, picture this: we’re back in Lancashire, soaking up those chill farm vibes and loving every second of it. There’s just something about those laid-back, yet epic, farm weddings that gets us pumped! And let me tell you, Jenny and Joe’s big day was no exception.
We kicked things off at the bride’s family farm in Preston, snapping shots of Marie doing her thing and capturing all those precious pre-ceremony moments. Then, it was off to St Hilda’s Church in Bilsborrow for the “I do’s” where the heat was on – quite literally, ’cause it was the hottest day of the year! But hey, a little heat never hurt anybody, right?
Now, let’s talk wheels. Joe’s crew had this genius plan to roll up to the church in style, courtesy of a slick yellow Robin Reliant. But plot twist: that bad boy decides to call it quits mid-journey! Crisis averted though, ’cause the squad had backup rides on standby. Ain’t no breakdown gonna mess with Joe’s grand entrance!
Fast forward to the reception at Joe’s family farm in Lathom, Ormskirk – and oh boy, it was a vibe. Think soft hues, elegant fonts, and all the dreamy details that make a wedding pop. And can we talk about that all-female choir serenading the lovebirds? Talk about setting the mood!
But wait, there’s more! Jason, our fearless second photographer, got the ultimate photograph: lifted high on a tractor for that killer group pic! Meanwhile, I was down on the ground, playing it safe and cheering him on. Teamwork makes the dream work, am I right?
Shoutout to Jenny, Joe, and their amazing family for being the absolute best hosts – y’all rock our world! We seriously couldn’t ask for better clients. ‘Til next time, Lancashire – keep those farm weddings coming!