Becky and Steve’s wedding was another Covid rearranged day (I think we had five changes of date for them) but, it finally got here and it was an awesome day to be a part of.
We had already met Becky and Steve before at Becky’s sister’s wedding a couple of years ago so we knew that they were a lovely family before this day. It was also nice to work alongside David (at DG pictures) again as he’s an excellent videographer and nice to chat to as well.
Although this day had changed somewhat from the original plans I don’t think it could have been more perfect for the two of them. They like old-fashioned glamour, opulent and indulgent and that was evident in all of the finishing touches. It’s clear to see that all their planning paid off and everything was perfect for them.
They both got ready at Cambridge University Arms before heading down to a local Cambridge Church for their ceremony. The church from the outside looked like it would be a normal church but inside it was very modern, light and airy and an unexpected art display of dried flowers hanging from the ceiling fitted in with their day perfectly. After their ceremony, I went on to Cambridge Botanical Gardens with the two of them (and David the videographer, and Becky’s sister who was maid of honour and came to help arrange Becky’s dress) where we had some nice time together to capture just the two of them. We were then back at Cambridge University Arms for their wedding reception and the rest of their day.
Becky’s dress was beautiful and she glowed with happiness whilst Steve opted for a cream suit (we don’t see cream very often) which looked great.
We loved being a part of this day and we really hope that we may have our paths cross with this family again in the future.
Here’s a little look at their day x