Alcott Farm Weddings - Countryside Weddings
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What a summer we are having with the weather, so much sunshine. It's the kind of weather that Brides and Grooms, and their guests, dream about for a wedding day. A sunny drinks reception, cheerful formal and informal photographs, and then admiring a sunset all add to an amazing summer's wedding day. When the weather is like this, it's totally understandable that visualising a wedding ends up like these scenes, especially when outdoors.
Speaking of being outdoors, I'll be displaying at Alcott Farm's Wedding Open Day this coming Sunday (July 8th). Most wedding venues host Open Days and Wedding Fayres in winter, spring and the autumn. These are few and far between during the summer months, which of course is the busy wedding season. So to be able to visit one during the summer is a rare treat. Alcott Farm is in Weatheroak near Alvechurch in Worcestershire, close to Junction 3 of the M42.
Alcott Farm specialises with hosting outdoor weddings. So if you are thinking about having your celebrations in the middle of the countryside, and dream of using a marquee, tipi or yurt, then considering Alcott Farm would be a great option.
This Sunday the Open Day will start from 11am through until 4pm. I'll be displaying there with a collection of wedding album samples, prints and brochures. It's always fun to meet new people and talk about their plans, and answer any questions regarding photography on their wedding day. Lucy, who runs Alcott Farm Weddings, will have a two hat tipi for you to come and see.
There will be other wedding suppliers as well, so it will be a great opportunity to gather information about all sorts of wedding related services, and help you visualise your wedding day even more.
The weather forecast looks amazing, yet again - so if you fancy a day out that will help you plan your wedding, do pop by and say hello. Registering is recommended, please follow this link to find details. Have a great weekend, and hope to see you there.
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