When Rebecca & Alex booked us last year, they told us they were having a ‘rainbow’ wedding; a first for us! We weren’t quite sure what to expect but it was amazing, the colours were so vibrant and matched Rebecca & Alex’s personalities perfectly. Rebecca and her 9 bridesmaids, yes 9!, not forgetting the little flowergirl Martha, were all getting ready at The Hare & Hounds and there was lots of excitement! All the dresses were beautiful, the bride wore a breathtaking Mori Lee gown with crystal beads on the bodice and an ivory, pearled sash to enhance its romantic design. The bridesmaids’ dresses were in the colours of the rainbow with a pink one thrown in for good measure. Rebecca had always dreamed of having a horse & carriage and with the sunny, warm weather, it was the perfect mode of transport to take her and her father to church. Alex was waiting nervously at the picturesque village church of Long Newnton with his 9 groomsmen. This church had a long history with Rebecca’s family which made the service all the more poignant. Rebecca had another little surprise for her new husband, their return trip was to be in a blue, 1965, 289 cubic inch Ford Mustang (for the car lovers of you out there). Alex’s face was a picture, what a great surprise! We made the most of the Mustang with photos next to, in and even on the car before we headed to the Hare & Hounds for the reception. Guests were enjoying themselves on the lawns, sitting in deck chairs, sipping Pimm’s, playing croquet and generally, soaking up the atmosphere of the day which we captured in photographs, creating some great memories for Rebecca & Alex to reminisce over in the years to come. After the wedding breakfast, everyone chilled out and listened to Harry (who had recently auditioned on ‘The Voice’) sing and play the acoustic guitar. Check of the dreamy photo of Rebecca, miles away in her own little world. Although the day had been bright and sunny, we could not resist getting the rainbow coloured umbrellas up and took some great photos of the girls holding the brollies aloft. The evening was rounded off with a spectacular firework display. A great day, so many things to photograph, we were spoilt for choice.