The best weddings to attend are the ones that truly reflect the personality of the couple. Quirky pair Dorothée and Jeremy planned a UK wedding with a few of their favorite things, including the British countryside, light pinks and blues, and even cats — which you could find all around the reception. According to Dorothée, the groom is a “massive fan”. Photographer Anna Taylor was lucky enough to join in the fun, from their sweet first look to their well-planned line hop dancing at the reception.
The Couple: Dorothée and Jeremy
The Wedding: The Rectory, Crudwell, Malmesbury, Wiltshire
The Inspiration: “As we are French but wanted to get married in our host country (we now live in London), we really wanted to make typically British. And we found an amazing venue in the Cotswolds that inspired us: British countryside wedding! I wanted soft colours, light pinks and blues.”
The Moments: “Jeremy was not a dancer. But we decided to take line hop classes to surprise people. We arranged the music with the band. This was a very cool moment, the surprise was complete for our guests and it was a success. But I have to admit that the success of the evening came from the band; they were extremely good! I still can’t believe it. It felt like a concert. Everyone was on fire on the dance floor.”
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Anna Taylor Photography
Ceremony Venue – St. Michael’s Tetbury
Reception Venue – The Rectory
Floral Design – The Fresh Flower Company
Live Band – Groovestone
Makeup Artist – Emily Tarrant
Hair Styling – Chris Fordham
Wedding Dress – Laure de Sagazan
Transportation – Alexcars
A big thank you to Dorothée and Jeremy for sharing their special day with Junebug! For more UK wedding inspiration, check out Carine and Chris’ geometric inspired Irish wedding.