Sunlit and golden, Britten Bride Claire's summer wedding was a light and bright affair filled with smiles, flowers, and luxury fabrics.
Special adoring moments between the newlywed couple were caught in the natural and creative style of wedding and portrait photographer Frances Sales, illuminated by the June sunshine.
Claire added the floral hairpins to her low bridal updo styled by Gilly Church vegan hair and makeup artist, who specialises in cruelty-free beauty products.
She also carried a gorgeous white and green bouquet by Blooming Perfect Flower Design, matching the floral arrangements in the church, filled with white roses.
The couple said 'I do' in an intimate ceremony held in the Church of Saint James the Great in East Malling, Kent, before moving on to Tudor Grade 1 listed building, Bradbourne House for the wedding reception.
The striking country house, situated within rolling parkland, made the perfect venue for the couple to celebrate with their friends and family. The wedding party enjoyed catering by BaxterStorey, before the couple cut their bespoke wedding cake from Rebakers Cakes in Rainham, Kent.
Once the speeches were made, guests then danced the night away to the sounds of Hullabaloo, a four-piece jazz and swing rock and pop band.
Just two days later the new Mr and Mrs travelled to Italy on honeymoon, starting married life together with even more sunshine.
Thank you so much, Claire, for sharing these beautiful images of your special day with us. We love how you can see the Fiore hairpins peeking through your veil, and we think they made the perfect finishing touch to your bridal look.
We wish you both lots of love, luck, and happiness for the future.