Rosie is fast becoming an expert festival wedding photo booth!
Within a couple of glorious weeks in July we were lucky enough to be the chosen photo booth for not one but two festival weddings with amazing tipis at their focus. Somewhat dwarfed by the tipis but certainly not out of place, our little Rosie was the perfect photo booth accompaniment!
Our two couples had put some amazing effort into their festival style weddings, but had chosen two very different venues. The first was the amazing Wild Garden, part of the Hyde Estate near Handcross. Here the couple, Jenny & Andy, had chosen a location hidden away in stunning woodland. A clearing in the woods enabled Jenny & Andy to erect 3 interlocking tipis overlooking a beautiful lake with gorgeous gardens created on the opposite bank.
The guests were treated to this view throughout their time at the wedding, with garden games set up on the banks of the lake and then while eating thanks to the large open sides of the tipis. Live music and a hog roast kept the party going until late, with our little Rosie keeping the guests very entertained while creating a unique photobooth guest book.
In contrast, Behnaz & Nathan had chosen a wide open expanse of meadow on which to create their festival wedding, in the grounds of Firle Place. With sheep roaming free and bell tents erected for a number of their guests, Behnaz and Nathan had also created a fantastic tipi space for their guests. To embrace the festival feel the couple had created a fabulous sign post for all the elements of the wedding, hung metres and metres of bunting and light ropes and even created festival lanyards for all their guests. Garden games, hay bales and stunning wooden benches and tables completed the look. Rosie looked perfect in this setting, and was also joined by Vera Vanilla Pod, a lovely vintage ice cream van in colours very similar to Rosie herself!