Michelle and Sean were married on a beautiful, sunny fall day at the incredible Kings Weston House in Bristol, England. This was a half destination wedding for the couple and their families – Michelle was raised in Bristol with her family and friends still living nearby while Sean’s family traveled from the states to witness this wonderful occasion!! (also, a a great chance to explore her hometown and Europe a bit!) They fell in love in the states at our family summer camp, spending time enjoying nature! This is something that they both truly enjoy and they frequently plan outdoor adventures!
Michelle began the day getting ready with her bridesmaids and closest family members by her side and a glass of champagne in her hand(moments of jumping on the bed and dancing were definitely included)! Her wedding day details included Bristol blue wedding shoes, wax sealed telegram inspired invitations and her grandmother’s bracelets. She also wore a sixpence in her shoe, which is a british tradition said to be good luck for the marriage! Sean prepared for the day with his brothers by his side. They helped adjust bow ties and buttons before the first look! The two saw each other for the first time in the portrait room of Kings Weston House, a beautiful blue room with tons of character. From those first few moments, you could tell how comfortable they make eachother. The wedding day business was paused and it was just the two of them. After a heartfelt ceremony in the great hall, they were greeted with guests showering them in confetti on the steps leading out to the gardens! They spent the rest of the evening laughing, toasting and dancing with the ones they love most!
Michelle and Sean, thank you for having me document your day and your love. I love you both!!! XO
Ceremony & Reception Venue – Kings Weston House
Flowers – Lucy Anna Flowers
Bridal Boutique – Stone Manor Bridal
Videographer – When Charlie Met Hannah
Band – Hard To Handle Band
Images from Miche + Sean’s summer camp (where they fell in love!) engagement session can be seen here!