A look at Billie and Adam’s fabulous, unique Alpaca Park Farm wedding in Snarestone
Billie and Adam had originally planned for their wedding to take place back in April 2020. Then the world was plunged into chaos when COVID 19 struck. Weddings were delayed, cancelled and dreams were put on hold. However, this wonderful couple finally managed to get to enjoy their perfect day a year on. This took place at the idylic Alpaca Park Farm wedding venue in Leicestershire.
We could not have wished for a better day, with the glorious sunshine beating down. The chilled, relaxed bridal preparation took place at Billie & Adam’s home near Derby. A short drive took us to the beautiful St. Edmund’s church in Allestree. There we had a lovely service despite reduced numbers, also taking part in one of the last ever register-signings!
Afterwards, we headed off an the half hour drive to the Alpaca Park Farm in Snarestone, Leicestershire. Here we were greeted by the wonderful staff there and shown to the field out back, where SamiTipi had set up their giant hat tipi.
So on to the reception, we had all the usual trimmings with fantastic canapes thrown in for good measure! Lots of fun and entertainment with the garden games, also supplied by SamiTipi After dinner, we took a stroll through to meet the alpacas and other four-legged residents. The donkeys certainly took a shine to Billie’s dress and flowers!
A truly fantastic day for everyone, despite restricted numbers. Billie & Adam had precious time with their nearest and dearest…and of course, I got to photograph it! So here is a selection of my favourites…
This is just one of the many wonderful weddings that I have been honoured to be a part of over the last ten years. If you would like to see more of what I do, please check out my wedding collection. Why not get in touch and see what I can offer for your big day?
Special thanks to all the wonderful suppliers who helped make the day a sucess:
The Wedding Boutique at Ilkeston
Passion Flowers of Derby
Amazing Grace Hair & Make-up
Alpaca Park Farm, Snarestone