Loved these two! Phil & Natasha had their wedding over at The Trout Inn at Tadpole Bridge – a really sweet and peaceful setting where the River Thames crosses near the Oxfordshire village of Bampton. Natasha got ready in the Inn whilst Phil got ready in a hotel nearby, he then arrived in retro style in a 1972 duck egg blue Fiat 500 from Cotswold 500 which matched the colour of the bridesmaid dresses perfectly!
Natasha had two dresses, a beautiful layered vintage styled one for the day and a shorter lace one for the evening paired with cute kitty flats.
After hanging back for a few minutes for the rain to stop (come on summer – where are you?!), Natasha walked up a grass path of potted plants and roses, through a marquee and onto the prettiest riverside pagoda draped in white roses. We then took a little drive through the Oxfordshire countryside where a friendly gentleman let us use his sheltered garden for some couple shots – it was a world away from the rain and the wind we experienced on the way over!
It was then back to the Trout Inn for the reception, which took place in the best looking, quirkiest marquee ever! Then it was over to DJ Mitch Matthews to get the party started with Phil and Natasha’s first dance.
Here’s how the day unfolded ~