Salwey Arms Wedding – Joe & Heidi


Salwey Arms Wedding | Joe & Heidi

My day started with bridal prep at Heidi’s parents, a picturesque cottage on the outskirts of Ludlow. I then met up with Joe at the pub, The Charlton Arms which is idyllically situated overlooking the River Teme. Joe was having a few pints to settle the nerves and having a bit of banter with his friends. I had a feeling I’d be laughing a lot throughout the day; I was right!

St Giles Church Ludford, Ludlow

The ceremony took place at St Giles Church. My second visit to this church this year, and the weather played along wonderfully with sunshine all day. Heidi arrived in a vintage car, and as she came down the aisle towards Joe, you could see he felt like the luckiest man alive!

After the ceremony, I captured some portraits outside the church, including a massive shower of confetti over the newlyweds! We took a few moments to enjoy the sunshine as the guests made their way to their wedding reception at The Salwey Arms, just outside of Ludlow in Woofferton.

Natural wedding photography at The Salwey Arms

The wedding breakfast was served in a marquee in the garden, followed by some hilarious, and most definitely very memorable speeches. Heidi’s mum delivered and finished off the speeches with a beautiful poem. Joe and Heidi took to the dance floor to perform a very well-rehearsed and impressive dance routine.

After the first dance, everybody went back outside to enjoy the evening’s entertainment! Joe and Heidi had hired a rodeo bull, I must say I haven’t laughed so much at everyone trying to hang on for dear life! What more could you hope for, they had beautiful weather, lots of laughter and a everybody thoroughly enjoyed the day.

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I love photographing weddings at the Salwey Arms, for more details of the venue and some links to other weddings, please visit my Salwey Arms Weddings page. If you’re thinking of getting married there or if you’re looking for a Shropshire wedding photographer, I would love to join you, so please do get in touch.

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