Lets start this post by saying that emotions ran high in this wedding. Tears (good ones) and laughter a-plenty. From the get go I was faced with a beautiful bride, with a stunning dress, killer (signed!) shoes and a Father-of-the-Bride who was larger than life.
John-Paul waited patiently and when the moment came for him to turn around his face lit up. Who can blame him?
Holly had to fight back the tears of joy as they spoke their vows to each other.
Such a stunning couple. I love the way he held her hand here.
And then they were husband and wife!
They left to heavy applause.
Everyone who was at the ceremony is in this shot.
While this is just the friends. I asked those who have had one drink too many with the B&G to raise their hands…
The boys. The girls. The boys and girls.
Plenty of admiration for the ring.
To break from the crowds and give the B&G a few minutes to regroup their thoughts, we went for a quick stroll before the wedding breakfast.
I asked them to take a moment, look at each other and share a kiss.
A standing ovation as the happy couple entered. On the right is the father of the bride. I think this man holds a record, his speech lasted 90 minutes! The sun set on us while we sat there and the first dance ended up about an hour later than planned. Not to worry though, I always stay until the first dance is done, regardless of unexpected delays.
A beautiful moment together under the setting sun.
Our bride was keen to get going with the dancing. We were in for a treat with a live rock band. I didn’t really want to leave that evening; I love a bit of live music and the band were great.
Almost time for the first dance, just one last formality – the cake cutting.
The first dance. A few moves thrown in. Classy, elegant and fun to the end.
Air guitar! x