Amy and James had planned to get married at The West Mill in September 2020. Like many other couples, the Pandemic forced them to postpone their wedding date until 2021. This gave Amy the chance to have a beutiful baby girl in the meantime, who could share all the love and laughter with them on their wedding day which eventually took place in September 2021.

It was so lovely to be able to photograph the three of them together on such a special day. The photos with their baby will be an added bonus to their wedding photos.

Amy, her mum and her bridesmaids got ready in the gorgeous Dressing Room on the top floor. I love this room as it provides such a perfect backdrop from any angle. She even had the baby have a little nap up there before slipping her dress on, ready for the big day ahead.

James and the groomsmen was able to get ready at The Mill House, where they had booked their accommodation. This is a fantastic grade 2 listed building, just a stone's throw away, that has been restored into a boutique house to accommodate guests from The West Mill.

As it was a relatively warm day for September, they had an ice cream vendor handing out ice cream cones for the guests.

They were even lucky enough to get a sunset on their wedding day, which gave us a great chance to take some golden hour photos in the warm glow of the evening setting sun light.

If you're looking for planning on having your wedding at The West Mill and are looking for a Nottingham or Derbyshire wedding photographer who specialises in a relaxed and documentary style, I would love to chat with you. Let's create beautiful memories together!

Don't forget to check out my dedicated page to The West Mill Wedding Photography as well!

THE

Incredible Vendors

VENUE:
The West Mill

PHOTOGRAPHER:
Twig & Vine Photography

Hair & MU: 
@nicolaweddings

Florist: 
@abunchofblooms

Dress:
@mooshkibridal

Band:
@thesweetandlowdownband

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