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Eclectic garden party for Lois & Andrew.





Sometimes a wedding reflects the unique and diverse personalities of the couple. Such was the case for Lois and Andrew, who celebrated their love in a truly eclectic and unforgettable ceremony. Held at the spectacular home of Bruce Crompton, renowned for his TV show "Combat Dealers" and, notably, the father of the bride, this wedding was a remarkable blend of history, culture, and personal touches.








Nestled within the lush greenery of Bruce Crompton's estate, the wedding venue was nothing short of magical. Crompton, known for his passion for military history and his extensive collection of tanks, had transformed his gardens into a wonderland of history and romance. Every corner of the venue was adorned with unique and interesting touches that spoke to the couple's personalities and the bride's family legacy.



























Bruce Crompton's professional life as a military historian and his extensive private collection of war memorabilia played a significant role in shaping the wedding's atmosphere. This homage to history was not only fascinating but also a touching nod to Bruce's life's work and a homage to Lois' relationship with her father as they work together.


One of the most memorable moments of the day was the surprise Spitfire flyover. As guests were enjoying the festivities, the unmistakable roar of a World War II Spitfire filled the sky. It was a breathtaking tribute to the couple's love story and Bruce Crompton's dedication to preserving military history.


Lois wore a stunning Milla Nova wedding dress that left everyone in awe. The dress was a masterpiece of layers and simplicity, perfectly complementing the eclectic nature of the wedding. It was a true showstopper, paired perfectly with metallic pink shoes from Esska.


As the celebrations progressed, the atmosphere took a lively turn with the arrival of a traditional Bavarian Oompah band. The band's energetic performance had guests tapping their feet and dancing the night away. This delightful cultural touch added a vibrant and unforgettable element to the celebration.



.Photographed by Martin of Fineshade Studios.


Team:

Venue: Client's private grounds

Florist: @wallflowerfreelanceflorist

Bridal Gown: @milla Nova (Beata)

Shoes: @esskashoes

Hair:

Photography and Videography @fineshade_studios Fineshade Studios








































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