Sunday, 27 September 2015

[Weddings] Sally & Paul, a beautiful September Wedding at Waterton Park

On Saturday I had the pleasure of photographing Sally & Paul's Wedding at Church and then Waterton Park Hotel.

I started with Sally, her mum and dad, brother Tom, and her 4 bridesmaids getting ready, before setting off to church.

Sally's dress was a beautiful Audrey style neck, with a diamond cut out at the back which was just simply stunning and Sally carried it off oh so well. Her Bridesmaids wore a mix of Burgundy and Coral - and the Miss Piggy Rose Bouquets for the bridesmaids set them all off perfectly.

Sally was helped into her dress by her Maid of Honour before the finishing touches of hair and make up were done. Just look how proud her Dad is of her - so beautiful to see!

I headed to the church to meet Paul, and his ushers, see the choir setting up and capturing the little cuties which were Elliot and Pollyanna!

Paul looked nervous awaiting for the arrival of his bride, whilst Dad looked on pleased as punch and so proud of his little girl.

Two Hymns, two songs by the choir and two readings, before the service was over and the new Mr and Mrs Farrell were starting their life as Husband and Wife.

Outside, lots of hugs and kisses were given for the new Mr and Mrs before we did a couple of photographs, including a confetti shot. I love a good confetti shot and these guests took direction really well to make sure that Sally and Paul got a beautiful one.

After the service and photographs, we all headed off to Waterton Park Hotel, for the reception, more photographs and plenty of dancing later on in the evening.

I loved the Navy and Grey Top Hat and Tails! What do you think?

After group shots it was time for Sally & Paul to have some quiet time and bride and groom portraits done. I love September weather, it is normally always some lovely times, clouds, and not too warm! Definitely gorgeous weather!

Congratulations Mr & Mrs Farrell

Thank you for choosing me to be your Photographer!

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