An Abbey Farm Wedding - Kayleigh & Lucas

Wow, what a day this was. Summer returned and Abbey Farms looked glorious for these two absolute legends.

Kayleigh got ready at her folks home and she had a wonderful morning with her girls.

Before we knew it, it was dress time and it’s fair to say that Kayleigh blew everyone away!

And how great did all the girls look together!

And then it was showtime so we all headed to St Leonard’s Church, a beautiful old 13th century church tucked away in quiet little corner of the Abbey Farms ground next to an old ruined chapel. Lucas was there awaiting his beautiful bride.

He didn’t need to wait long though. Kayleigh was right on time and she wowed everyone.
The ceremony itself was lovely. Fun and joyous and all sealed with a big ol’ smooch and a walk back down the aisle to whoops and cheers!

On the short walk back to the main venue we stopped for a few beautiful photos.

It was then time for a quick dress change (Kayleigh actually changed into her Mum’s wedding dress at this point - how amazing!) and a Chinese tea ceremony that made an emotional wreck of everyone - including me!

After the delicious food had been eaten, the speeches had been expertly delivered and one or two glasses of wine had been enjoyed, Kayleigh changed back into her white dress and we set off on a little sunset walk around the farm grounds.

And then the dancefloor opened up for the couple’s first dance followed by one heck of a party!

That’s all for this little preview, folks.

An incredible day for the most wonderful couple. 

I’ll add one or two more pictures from this day to the Facebook and Instagram pages as I edit them, so feel free to follow along and re-live some more beautiful moments.

Huge thanks to all Abbey Farms for taking such good care of me and for making sure everything ran smoothly. 

Thanks too to all of Kayleigh and Lucas’ wonderful guests for making me so welcome. I had a blast with you all!
Thanks in particular to Nathan for hunting down all of the stragglers for the group shots and to Aisling for her dress floofing skills. 

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