Pete and Pam had planned to get married at the Guildhall in Lyme Regis, which is where myself and Laura got married just over two years ago and I hadn’t been back since so was looking forward to seeing it again. After chatting with Pete and Pam you realise they’re the kind of couple that will always be together, the almost insignificant looks filled with love they give each other just gives it away.
The day started with the ceremony in the Guildhall and then the newly weds had a surprise for all their guests, a bag of 2p coins… for the amusement arcades just a short walk along the sea front in Lyme. After the amusements it was a quick coach journey to River Cottage from TV fame with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
River Cottage itself is a really nice rural, easy going and friendly place with open fires and a fantastic Yurt to shelter from the sun or rain, just grab a drink and plonk yourself on a haystack or alternatively take a wander and get acquainted with the friendly pigs! River Cottage boasts a menu to die for, with the best local ingredients. The chefs talk everyone through each dish and clearly all have passion for their craft making this a true foodies heaven.
The day was filled with laid back laughter fitting the warmth of the day beautifully, ending in a lovely sunset where I managed to drag Pete and Pam outside after their starters for one final few shots against the sun.
Thanks to Pete and Pam for a great day and being so accommodating, it was lovely getting to know you both and wish you both all the best for your futures together!
I’ve selected a few photos below to give an overview of their day.