Kym and Ben-The royal Berkshire Hotel

Kym and Ben's wedding was a lovely English garden affair set at the stunning Royal Berkshire hotel.  They met at a house party 8.5 years ago and then 5 months later at another house party. They started dating shortly after and have now been together for 8 years.

They also now have a beautiful son called Felix who has red hair and a gorgeous  vibrant personality!  I think Felix is so lucky to witness his parents get married!

 Kym and Ben  loved the Royal Berkshire hotel from the moment they saw it. The staff were warm and friendly and the grounds very beautiful.  A perfect combination for stunning photographs and a great space for the children to play and run around.

 The day was relaxed. The ceremony was very emotional for all including myself. It doesn't matter how many times I see a couple declaring their promises to each other it gets to me every time. 

 The relaxed theme continued through out the day with the children using the vast gardens to play in and the fun speeches which had everyone in stitches.  

Kym looked radiant and beautiful in her dress by House of Mooshki.  They specialise in short tea length vintage inspired wedding dresses.   Kym had chosen the perfect lace dress, it was so unique. Her beautiful flowers were by Lily's Flowers. Kym and Ben had chosen a festival theme. The tables were decorated with stunning flowers and each table was named after a festival. 'Lily's flowers' did such a fantastic job of matching the flowers beautifully to their festival theme. Ben wore a green suit from Victor Valentine. I just loved the colour and how he teamed it with a bright pink spotty tie. So cool and again very unique! Kym's bridesmaids wore floral dresses by Ted Baker. 

Another genuinely lovely couple; kind and warm. Kym and Ben you are a perfect match for each other! Thank you so much for a wonderful day and the opportunity to photograph your wedding. I wish you all the best for the furture!  Much Love, Razia xx

Beautiful Hair and makeup by Natasha Wiggins.

 

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