It’s hard to believe it’s now three years ago that I shot Gemma and Chris’ wedding in Northamptonshire in 2016.
It was a beautiful summer’s day that shone down on the historic village of Nether Heyford in the heart of the English countryside. The village is recorded in the Domesday Book and has one of the largest village greens in the country – so it was without doubt a beautiful setting for a rural wedding.
The church of St Peter and St Paul, where Gemma and Chris tied the knot, is a grade II listed building, with some of it dating back to the 13th century. With lots of trees and greenery surrounding the church, its a classic backdrop for an English rural wedding.
The reception was held in a marquee on a friend’s private land, in the heart of the village – a fantastic way to do a wedding your own way.
So happy anniversary Gemma and Chris. I hope you enjoy your day!
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