Claire & Paul celebrated their wedding at Warwick Arms hotel, the hotel had recently been renovated and I have to say looked spectacular for the occassion. Claire started her Bridal Prep at Warwick Arms Hotel, and a first look was held between her, Paul the Groom and her son Oliver. Her Dad then walked her a few doors down to Pageant House Registry Office ran by Warwickshire Ceremonies team. Claire could not keep her eyes off Paul the whole time, you could feel the love that day! Her son was the ring bearer and he did a fantastic job! After the ceremony they had a little confetti and a few family group photos, and then spent some time together for a few portraits.

They then returned to The Warwick Arms and were announced it which brought a load cheer from their family and friends. The  colour scheme Claire and Paul had chosen for their reception room was stunning, a willow green colour which really set off their centrepieces well. They had 3 speeches from Father of the Bride, Best Man and Groom and then had a lovely dinner. The staff at the hotel are superb and did a grand job of making sure every detail was precise! After the reception I took the couple out for some quick photos whilst the sun was low and before the rain showers came, we headed a little walk up the road to The Lord Leycester Hospital for a few intimate photos, as we walked drivers and public would cheer from their cars for the happy couple! One lady even shouted from her window Congratulations.

The couple made their way back to Warwick Arms and cut their cake and danced the night away!

Congratulations to them both!

Venue: Warwick Arms Hotel

Ceremony: Pageant House

Hair: Mary Ellen Wedding Hair

Makeup: Jade Fitface MUA

Dress: Wed2B

Suits: The Black Tie, Coventry

Cake: Kiera's Kitchen

Cake Topper: Queen of keepsakes

Decor: sweetsmiles.biz

Flowers: Blossoms boutique uk

Shoes: twinkle toes

Ring Box: atouchofsparklegb

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