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Wedding at St Peter's Church, Offham

I had the pleasure of being invited to Fiona and Dom's wedding yesterday to provide hair and make up for the bridal party.
They got ready at Mill Laine Barns in Offham where they had a beautiful marque set up, and the church was just a 10 minute walk down from the barn....

The flower girl had a braid around her her hair with fresh flowers placed in it.

 The bride had her hair pulled back into a low bun with a braid going back in to it.

Fiona in her lovely wedding dress.  All make up was kept very natural and fresh. 
 Fiona and her mum, who also had her hair and make up done.
 Fiona all ready to go and get married (hopefully leaving the glass of bubbles behind)
 The bride, her flower girl and little page boys
 Both bridesmaids had their hair pulled back into a bun with twists at the sides and finished off with fresh flowers.

The bridal party all ready to go and get married. 
 Mother of the bride, hair blow-dried, natural make up and hat all ready.
 Mill Laine Barns - where the bridal party got ready in Offham

 The archway leading towards the tipi marque
 Stunning Marquee
 I always have to include a photo of the cake :-)
 Inside the marquee.
Other than the weather (it rained all day), a glorious day was had by all.  This is such a lovely venue to get married and I wish Fiona and Dom all the best.

Hair and make up by me ( Amy Prifti -


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