For Simon & Beth’s wedding our couple chose a venue that epitomizes style and quiet refinement. Simon & Beth’s Lords of the Manor wedding was everything a quintessential and luxury Cotswold wedding should be; the village church only a 100 meters away, a stunning marquee set in the picturesque grounds of the hotel and the Michelin starred food that was truly sublime. What really made the day though was the sense of family that Simon, Beth and all their guests brought to the occasion.
Beth looked beautiful in a romantic Pronovious wedding dress with intricate detailing. Simon matched her perfectly, looking very Debonair in his Ted Baker suit. The day started with everyone already at the venue having stayed the night before, which meant a very relaxed build up to the ceremony was enjoyed by all. A short walk across to the church for what was a ceremony punctuated by heartfelt moments and joy was then followed by Croquet, lawn games, champagne and what can only be described as beautiful canapés back at the Manor. We took this opportunity to whisk Simon & Beth away for half an hour of portraits in the grounds of Lords of the Manor and had them back with lots of time to spend with their guests. With so many of their nearest and dearest present everyone joined in celebrating the love of two people very close to their own hearts. Congratulations once more to our happy couple, may they have a wonderful future together as husband and wife!
We extend our thanks to the excellent team that made Simon and Beth’s Lords of the Manor wedding happen:
Reception Venue: Lords of the Manor Hotel, Upper Slaughter, the Cotswolds
Ceremony Location: St Peters Church, Upper Slaughter
Bride’s Dress: Pronovias
Groom’s Suit: Ted Baker
Lords of the Manor wedding photography: Weddings by Nicola & Glen