A Wedding Blog to Paul and Kerry

Kerry was a bride who loved all things girlie. She told me her inspiration was Marylin Monroe when she picked out all red accessories to go with her wedding dress.

A Little tom-foolery from the driver whilst waiting for the Bride to get ready.
I arrived at a beautiful little cottage on Sunday 6th October, on a lovely low-sun-filled autumn day. Kerry and her girls were all getting ready at a chilled pace.  It was great to spend some time getting to know how each of the bridesmaids were connected to the wedding, and heading stories about this.
As quick as a flash the girls all realised time was a-ticking and we needed to get to the church as near to time as possible.
We all helped the bride get dressed and into her wedding car.

 

The Light inside this beautiful cottage Kerry & Paul stayed in was AMAZING for photographs

 

Arriving at St Stephens Church a little later than hoped, the show was ‘on the road’.
Paul had a face if relief and joy as Kerry walked down the aisle to become his wife. Although we were prohibited from taking photographs during the ceremony, the vicar kindly let us shoot afterwards.

Kerry & The Bridesmaid share a giggle.  I can’t recall if it was at Paul’s expense or not.
With the service complete, we caught a few photographs of the couple in their grand ecclesiastical surrounding.  Then it was time for drinks outside, to begin the celebrations.

 

 

Grooms Mum, very proud.
Heading on to The Crook Golf Club, the weather was getting slightly blustery.  We managed to get some fun pictures of the immediate bridal party who were all keen (and very good at) striking a pose or two.
Back indoors from the elements, it was officially dinner time. I had the pleasure of sitting with a fun bunch of guests who made me feel very welcome.
With dinner finished across the room, the much awaited speeches commenced. Paul did Kerry very proud with a beautiful speech.

Best Man prepping for the big speech.
A finely edited and written speech from the best man had the room howling with laughter at jokes galore. Very well done indeed.
As night-time approached, I then wished the couple well and ducked out to begin a drive home. It seemed like the party would continue long into the night. I hope it was fantastic for everyone there.
Looking forward to showing you two the rest of your Wedding Photography soon. I wish you heartfelt congratulations and all the very best of luck in your lives together.
With Love,
 
Laura
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