Samantha and Adrian came back to Boston via Hong Kong and brought so many ideas with them that made their wedding utterly unique. Adrian an artist introduced his design concepts with Hong Kong influences into the styling of their barn reception at Elms Farm Cottages, with orange, green and white and plenty of references to their pet rabbit. Samantha, an extremely talented tailor made everything – and we mean everything – from her own wedding dress, to Adrian’s 70s era tuxedo, to bridesmaids dresses and bespoke suits for groomsmen. The quality of her work was jaw dropping and all the references to the far east were subtley tasteful with the odd flash of gold for extra sparkle.
They got married at St Andrews Church in Butterwick travelling in style by a 50’s Plymouth back to Elm’s Farm Cottages for their reception in the barn. We found a bit of time before the hog roast dinner to take Samantha and Adrian around the farm yard for some contemporary portraits whilst having a bit of tomfoolery to match their characters!
We then partied to the best Spotify playlist disco ever and it was difficult to tear ourselves away from the dancefloor. We’re glad we hung around as the dance-offs and shape-throwing was worth it all!
We also took a whole series of fine-art wedding photos throughout the day on our 1959 Rolleiflex in medium format film. Check back tomorrow for the full run-down of the day in film!
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