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Alison & Adam chose the elegant Aswarby Rectory wedding venue for their April wedding. The house is a beautiful Georgian country house, built in 1820 just a stone’s throw from Aswarby church. It’s been lovingly restored and retained many of the original features and classic charm of 19th century majesty. It was a perfect venue for Alison & Adam’s wedding, set in the tranquil Lincolnshire countryside, away from the chaos of modern city life. There’s horses in the paddock adjacent, and plenty of outdoor green space to explore. The venue inside is elegantly neutral, and lets the character of the building shine through. The photography began with reportage coverage of Alison getting ready and the other family and guests preparing for the day. The ceremony was held indoors and guests filed outside afterwards for confetti and drinks and canapes on the lawn. We made time for some family photos in the garden, and then a relaxed explore of the grounds with the newlyweds to create some portraits of the two together. Dinner and speeches were on long tables in the main dining room which had been decorated with flowers and looked stunning. We made time in the early evening for a few more photos, before capturing the evening party.

If you’re planning an Aswarby Rectory wedding and you like the look of my photos then please do get in touch!