I’ve been looking forward to sharing the second part of this sweet DIY wedding!

Did you see the getting ready and ceremony shots in Part 1? It was all very traditionally beautiful…Part 2 is a bit more funky! Rebecca from Rebecca Wedding Photography arranged some fabulously fun group and couple shots and the bridal party were such good sports. Rebecca also brought something rather special along for the evening’s entertainment that she’d DIYed herself…

Here’s more about the day from Rebecca:

Following the service the newlyweds posed for some natural and romantic photos at the church and around the village green before proceeding to the reception venue – The Bedford Arms, that was a only a two minute stroll away. Here we took some lovely relaxed and vintage inspired group shots in the venues garden under a sweet blossoming tree, we also took a some fun shots with very big contemporary style balloons! The results were gorgeous and just breathtaking!

{Get ready for some super fun group shots!}

{Don’t you just love those big balloons? I love this photo. Mark & Paula look like they’re having such fun!}

{A high five at the receiving line…love it!}

{I really like the simplicity of this sponge cake. The flowers and fruit compliments it so well-it’s got such rustic charm.}

During the meal I set up a surprise photobooth for all the guests and we all had such a fantastic time – I brought along a large vintage trunk filled with fun props including micky mouse ears, mustaches on sticks, chalkboard signs and, my personal favorite, a native indian headdress! Everyone got really involved and couldn’t tear some of them away – it was brilliant most of the guests had had a few champers by then so there was really no stopping them!

How fabulous are those photobooth photos?! The props Rebecca sourced are great too!

What a wonderful wedding, the fun and beauty of the day was captured perfectly by Rebecca. Wishing Paula and Mark all the best for married life, from these photos it’s clear it will be a life full of love and laughter.

Thanks so much to Rebecca for sharing these beautiful photos. If you’d like to see more of her gorgeous photography visit her website and blog. Why not pop over to her Facebook page too?!

Favourite photo booth prop?!