Jodie and Davids wedding at the end of last year was my first ever Christmas Eve wedding and my second wedding at the Great Tythe Barn during 2020 - you don't know how strange it feels to say that after so many weddings were postponed!
Jodie and David booked me for their celebration after quite a few twists and turns. Their wedding was originally due to take place earlier in the year but they unfortunately found themselves in the position of having to postpone. So postpone to 2021 they did. However, as the months rolled by, they decided that they didn't want to wait and were determined to get married in 2020. With the tier systems falling in their favour, they were able to go ahead with their 15 guests and also hold a sit-down reception.
Not only did I breathe a sigh of relief on their behalf that it could all go ahead but the weather cooperated too! The day before had seen torrential rain storms but on the day of the wedding, the sun came out! We made the most of the glorious (although a little chilly) day and and took as many photographs outside as we could - how could we not with a tractor providing a fantastic backdrop?! In fact, David requested a special photo with the tractor that you will see below. Bridal boutiques and dress designers - fear not! He didn't really clean the tyres with Jodie's dress! The tractor made another appearance, alongside a herd of cows and a multitude of wellington boots, by featuring on the amazing cake.
It was a lovely day and a lovely way to round off my 2020 weddings. Thank you Jodie and David for allowing me to be a part of it!
Below are just a few of my favourite photos from the day. The full set of images can be found here (the password can be obtained from Jodie or David).