Rose and Pete’s Rainy Tournerbury Woods Estate Wedding featuring rain, rain, more rain and some ducks!
This is my first post of 2020. Can you believe we’re in a new decade? I spent the New Year at a yoga retreat so I’ve started 2020 feeling very serene. I’m trying to hang on to that feeling for as long as possible, in spite of being back to work today. Luckily I have a lovely wedding to share.
On what should have been a perfect summer’s day, the heavens opened and Rose and Pete ended up with rain instead. Luckily a rainy wedding day didn’t dampen the joy, and Rose and Pete were both as happy as it’s possible to be all day.
Working with Babb Photo as your wedding photographer
Here’s what Rose and Pete had to say about their pictures:
“What absolutely beautiful photos! We have had to look at them in a few sessions so we could take time looking at each one, discussing the day! Thank you so much. They will be a great reminder of our wedding. You captured the people and the mood so well!”
Tournerbury Woods Estate at Chichester Harbour
Tournerbury Woods Estate is pretty magical. It’s located in the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it has its own shoreline, as well as being surrounded by woodland. Even on a rainy day, the landscape was wonderful. I loved taking Rose and Pete down to the beach, to check out the boats.
Rose spent the morning getting ready in the on-site cottage, while Pete and his ushers finished up some final preparations. Their ceremony was held in the pavilion at Tournerbury Woods Estate so they didn’t entirely have to sacrifice their plans for an outdoor wedding. Guests sat on hay bales, while Pete waited for Rose to arrive.
An emotional wedding ceremony
As you can tell from the pictures, the ceremony was emotional, especially as Rose walked up the aisle with her dad. After exchanging vows, Pete and Rose exited in a shower of confetti. They spent the rest of the afternoon hanging out with their friends and family, staying out of the rain. They weren’t the only ones. A flock of ducks spent the afternoon trying to sneak in, when no one was looking.
Dinner, speeches and dancing
After dinner and some hilarious speeches, Rose and Pete cut their cake before heading to the dance floor. We left them shortly after their first dance and they spent the rest of the evening celebrating with their friends and family.
It was wonderful working with Rose and Pete and being a part of their wedding. If you’re looking for a photographer for your Tournerbury Woods Estate Wedding get in touch! You might also want to check out Keira and Jake’s woodland wedding in Sussex area.
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