Jess & Tom

We're looking back at weddings from Christmases past this week, because, well, it's Christmas! Here's a few images from a Winter Wedding at Sulgrave Manor...

Jess and Tom got married on a chilly December day. There was a smattering of snow in the morning, lots of furry fluffiness keeping people snug and all things festive.


We kicked off with Jess in the morning at her parents house...

Thankfully no one slipped, no one was shivering (not too obviously anyway) and there wasn't a blue lip or red nose in sight...

Tom was a picture of patience...

...as Jess and crew headed over to the Manor House...

Their ceremony was warm on all sorts of levels, heartfelt and full of funny bits...

...and Sulgrave Manor was as beautiful as ever as Jess and Tom did the paperwork...

There was a quick meander around the gardens...

...then back into the warm with plenty of hot chocolate and mince pies to share...

Their tables were pretty spectacular, super seasonal, named after and filled with festive foliage, games and a bit of an Italian themed feast...

...followed by some speeches and pressies and more games...

The Manor has a pretty rich history, it was home to George Washington's English ancestors for starters. It's been open to the public as a museum for nearly 100 years now, but only during the warmer months, so were really lucky to be there and as a bonus, had a tour of the House after dinner from one of the guides...

She knew her stuff.

The evening carried on with live music and a good bit of lively dancing, with plenty of Stollen and pastries to keep energy levels up...

It was the perfect start to the Christmas period. Even the journey home felt rather festive, complete with a mince pie if I remember rightly.


This will be Jess and Tom's third Christmas as Mr & Mrs, thanks again guys it was a pleasure recording it all.