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Rebecca & Tom's Wedding at Deer Park Hall

Updated: Oct 27, 2018




Another beautiful day, another beautiful wedding, this time for Becky & Tom who got married at Holy Trinity Church in the beautiful village of Eckington (Pershore, Worcestershire). It’s always lovely to see people again and it was great to see Charlotte & Richard again whose wedding we had photographed previously (Becky was a bridesmaid!).


Our photography coverage of Becky & Tom’s wedding day began at the stunning Eckington Manor where Becky had spent the night before the big day. The weather was absolutely perfect with fluffy white clouds set against a bright blue sky. To make things better an eye-popping Bentley soft top sports car was waiting to take Becky to Church. After some photographs of our Bride between the lavender with a very proud looking Dad it was time for the Ceremony.


A lovely service and it was back outside for the ‘confetti shot’ and while Becky & Tom waited to be called out of the Church I spied a large bag and some groomsmen chuckling waiting at the side. As the new Mr & Mrs exited the Church they were absolutely covered repeatedly with confetti and even now, a few months later, i’m sure they must still be finding it everywhere.


A jump in the car and we were off, 10 minutes up the road to the equally stunning Deer Park Hall which is set on a hill with views of fields (and, of course, Deer) that goes on for miles (a 1400 acre estate according to the website) and with the weather so perfect it is fair to say that you are spoilt for locations if you’re a wedding photographer.


Becky & Tom’s Wedding had clearly had so much thought and time put into it and with friends and family helping out including making the gorgeous chocolate covered wedding cake, hand-writing the menus and a friend even doing some of the catering it really helped to make this wedding extra special for the couple.


The Speeches featured what can only be described as a comedy double act who stepped up and true to best man men tradition recounted embarrassing tales of the Groom and with the handmade cat-themed prop handed over rounding off The Speeches we left our new Bride & Groom, Becky & Tom to enjoy the rest of their wedding day.


We wish you every happiness together and thank you for making us a part of your special day.