On a sunny mild December day Lydia arrived at Warwick House to get ready for her very exciting big day along with her bridesmaids. Once they were settled into our bridal changing room laughter and giggles filled the room as they stepped into their dresses and made last minute finishing touches. When Lydia’s mum came up to and saw her daughter in her bridal gown she was clearly taken aback by how beautiful and elegant she looked. Lydia and her mini entourage made their way downstairs to the cars that were waiting to take them the short journey to Princethorpe church.

Steve and all their guests were waiting expectantly for Lydia’s imminent arrival, her bridesmaids lead the way down the aisle revealing behind them Lydia looking magnificent in her bridal gown, as soon as Steve saw her his nervous smile vanished and was replaced by a huge grin. The ceremony finished to the sound of applause as Lydia and Steve shared their first kiss as husband and wife.
Everyone was then able to relax as Dave Perry captured some lovely photos of the newly-weds in the grounds of the church before returning to Warwick House for the celebratory part of the day.

Lydia and Steve were greeted with a very welcome glass of bubbly, with the lovely tones of a string quartet playing in the background, Dave Perry then whisked them away for some beautiful intimate photographers in and around the house and grounds before they returned to their guests for the group shots.

All to soon it was time for the wedding breakfast to be served, once everyone had found their seat and the wine was served the room filled with the wonderful sound of friends and relatives catching up on times past.

As the evening guests started to arrive the DJ put on the first tunes of the evening, the celebrations could now really get under way, with lots of laughter and dancing long into the night.

Photography by: David Perry Photography