Sharon and Ian managed to pick one of the sunniest days of the year so far to get married. I'm not sure who they booked the weather with, but once I've found out, I will let you all know.
What an emotional ceremony. Ian struggled to get his words out at one point, he was so choked with emotions, which (...)
The forecast was for rain, but someone was looking after Hannah and James on their wedding day as we managed to avoid getting wet, my emergency umbrellas go unused again.
The wedding ceremony was in a delightful church in Little Aston, just a few minutes from Hannah's sister's house where the bridal party were getting ready. The small car park made for an interesting challenge for the limo driver dropping the bridesmaids off!(...)
Saturday 17th December was the date, Bretforton was the location and Beverley and Pete were getting married. What was unusual about this wedding was that the Bride and Groom had done it before, but I hadn't! It was my first wedding as the official photographer, to say I was nervous is an understatement.
I had prepared, batteries charged, back-up gear tested, visited the venue prior to the wedding, I had even gone the trouble of purchasing some transparent umbrellas just in case. (...)