Lauren and Wardy’s Country Themed Wedding


This wonderful wedding took place at the very characteristic Kingscote Barn in Tedbury Gloucestershire.

For those who are not familiar with it, allow us to introduce you to the location first:

The Location


Privately owned, Binley Farm stretches across 400 acres of the stunning Cotswold Hills near Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
The Gale family are proud to have farmed Binley Farm for more than 80 years. The native limestone grassland, ancient beech woodland and grazing sheep make this the picture perfect location.

Dating from the 17th century, the tasteful architectural transformation of the Cotswold stone barn allows for retention of its original character combined in natural harmony with the local surroundings and landscape.

With interior Cotswold stone walls, exposed beams, flagstones, under floor heating, and plentiful natural light, the finishing touches in the now resplendent Kingscote Barn embrace an eclectic mix of rustic charm with modern 21st century aspects.

But let’s now talk about Lauren and David and their wedding day and if you like Flowers you will definitely love this wedding in particular.

The wedding had to take place one year exactly after his proposal which took place in in the wonderful Greek Island Tilos .

The Wedding Ceremony

They couldn’t have made a better choice other then of course The Kingscote Barn.

The wedding itself with a Civil Ceremony took place outdoor in the middle of September, sky was blue and it was the perfect day .

The reading was done by 2 close friends and consisted in “ A lovely Love Story “ by Edward Monkton and “ He’s not perfect “ by Bob Marley .

The magical notes of “ Blue Moon “ played while Lauren walked down the aisle and encountered David eyes at the Altar.

Morris Dancers danced along giving a magical British sensation among guests .

The Dress :

The dress was Lace Willow made and provided by Bell and Bunty .

Bell and Bunty is the award winning, Flirtatiously British™, London based designer label from Alice Shreeve & Hannah Coniam-Thompson.

The label offers unique and feminine designs encompassing Alice & Hannah’s expertise for flattering cuts as well as their love of feminine, flirtatious and wearable clothing and high quality fabrics. The bridal collection was launched at the end of 2010 after Alice & Hannah both got married and designed their own wedding dresses together. ‘The Belle’ and ‘The Bunty’ styles remain in the range as best selling designs, alongside other popular silhouettes which echo the playfulness and simplicity of the Belle & Bunty handwriting, creating a bridal collection fusing modern contemporary style with the vintage inspired look.

The Flowers and the Floral Crown :

Those beautiful bouquet and the Floral Crown was provided by Chris Berry.

Chris Berry Florist in Cheltenham is a family-run business established in 1985 that creates quality displays at affordable prices.

The wedding shoes :

Look no further then Rachel Simpson Wedding shoes.

After graduating with a degree in Footwear Design from Leicester’s De Montfort University in 2002, Rachel spent several years designing for a number of high street brands, before launching her own name label in 2008. She combines this commercial understanding of trends with her love of traditional shoe making and all things vintage, to create unique designs with an unmistakable style.

Make up and Hair style :

Make up and hair style for the bride was provided by Heidi Vince.

Heidi trained at a local salon and developed a love for hair up styles, so she became the bridal hairdresser within the salon, it was after having her children that she decided to go it alone. She love’s helping people make their dreams come true and creating their dream bridal hair and make up look to compliment the dress.



Bridal Dress: Belle and Bunty

Wedding Shoes: Rachel

Grooms Attire: M&S

Bridesmaids Attire: Ghost

Groomsmen’s Attire:Moss Bros

Flowers and Bouquets: Chris Berry Florist

Photographer: Paola De Paola Photography

Wedding Make-up & Hair: Heidi Vince

Reception Venue: Kingscote Barn, Tetbury, GLOS

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