Ursula and Luke’s Wedding at The William Cecil in Stamford

May 31, 2017 |

 

Today was a beautiful, outdoor, summery wedding full of fun, laughter and lots of cake at The William Cecil in Stamford!

We started our adventure meeting Ursula, the bride, who was exactingly getting ready at The William Cecil in Stamford. She was being pampered by the hair and make-up ladies while we took some photographs of her beautiful dress, shoes and jewellery.

The bride and groom had planned to use the outdoor ceremony area at The William Cecil. Set on the lawn is a cute wooden pavilion for their ceremony, and they had garden style, white chairs dressed with coloured ribbons on the lawn, which looked amazing!

We then met the boys in the garden and Luke, the groom, looked so cool and totally relaxed! After they had a quick drink and some photographs it was time for the groom to take his place and wait for his bride!

Ursula looked amazing as she smiled her way down the rose archway and she wowed everyone!

After a beautiful ceremony, complete with huge confetti canons, the bride and groom had planned for an awesome, relaxed summers day feel to the rest of the afternoon. They had a bouncy castle for the children (and adults!), garden games, a fab hog roast, cheese and LOADS of cake! It was great!

We took a few group photographs with their families and friends and spent the rest of the afternoon snapping away in and around the marquee.

They had dressed the marquee in a banqueting style with long tables, balloons and lots of colour; it looked gorgeous and so impressive that Ursula and Luke had pretty much dressed it themselves, with a little help from friends and family!

After a yummy hog roast and fabulous speeches, we snuck out with the bride and groom for some photographs of just the two of them at The William Cecil.

These guys look awesome together, and we had such a wonderful day with them and all of their great guests.

Congratulations guys and thanks for such a cool day!

 

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