Amie and Richard have been together a long time now, and the thought of being the centre of attention for the day wasn't exactly high up on their list of favourite things to do. So for them, an intimate fuss-free wedding at a beautiful, small (yet perfectly formed), countryside venue was exactly what they needed to celebrate their love for one-another. The Hundred House Hotel at Norton delivered this superbly, and the result was a lovely relaxed but ultra classy wedding which reflected this couple down to a T.
Amie and Richard live in picture perfect country cottage near Shrewsbury with their dog Indy, and the great British countryside is very important to them both. This was reflected in a subdued colour scheme of white and bronze offset with deep leafy greens and a hint of orange. Dotted around the starlit Tilthe Barn were stunning bronze statues of British wildlife, which doubled up as table names and centrepieces using the gorgeous table plan with hand-drawn illustrations by Richard.
This really was a great wedding to be a part of with so many memorable moments, from Indy leaping into the pond at the hotel, to the onslaught of brightly coloured confetti that must have littered Norton village for days! Thank you so much Mr and Mrs Hogg for having me photograph your totally unique wedding (you really were much much better at being in front of the camera than you thought you were).