When I went to visit Highbury Hall before Zoe and Neils big day, I have to admit I drove straight past the entrance the first time. I am a trusty sat nav follower (my sense of direction is POOR!!) so wasn't using my peepers probably as much as I should have to find the place myself.
The fact the Highbury is tucked away, with a sharp turn up the little entrance driveway really is one of its assets. You turn up a small hill leading to green and gorgeous laws, beautiful blooming rhodedendrums (I can't spell that sorry!) and a stunning arts and crafts house inviting you in through its heavy oak doors.
Zoa and Neil were such a pleasure to deal with in the run up to their big day. They were chilled out, full of laughs and always offered a cuppa when I popped round. I think we knew we were all on the same wavelength, wanting relaxed, informal reportage style photographs to document their day.
Here is just a quick little mini edit of their day, full of fresh greens and crisp whites, happy peg people and bunting, laughter, light and a healthy dose of photobooth fun! Hope you enjoy :)
Thank you Zoe and Neil (and Charlie!) for being such stars and so much fun to hang out with on your big day. Wishing you all the luck and love together in the future.