Saturday, 13 August 2016

[Wedding] Some Things Are Meant To Be - Karen & Lee, Waterton Park Hotel

On Friday I had the pleasure of heading over to Waterton Park Hotel for the Wedding of Karen & Lee. I first met Karen & Lee at one of the Waterton Park Hotel Wedding Fayres, after they had travelled from Karen's home of Liverpool to look around the venue and then choosing it to get married at.

Karen had chosen a gorgeous Cobolt Blue for her bridesmaid dresses, with her something borrowed shoes now she was going to be a Wife of the RAF, and her stunning lace dress. Everything would work together with Lee's Number One's on what felt like the hottest day that had ever graced Waterton Park!

The room where Karen was getting ready was a hive of activity. Hair and make-up taking place in a couple of different corners with people coming and going - but was such a lovely calm atmosphere.

Karen was walked down the aisle by her brother, but not before her bridesmaids had all gone down the aisle before her. Awaiting at the bottom of the Aisle was Lee, who practically crumpled on seeing his beautiful bride walking towards him.

Their ceremony was perfectly them, little quips, a reading by Karen's daughter Elle and lots of smiles and laughter.

After Confetti, the new Mr and Mrs Maude were piped over the bridge by their Best Man before reception drinks and group photographs started.

We had to get some photographs of the lovely new couple before we headed inside for food and speeches too!

After speeches, we headed outside again for a very special moment for Karen, Lee and Karen's side of the family. The had organised a butterfly release to mark Karen's Late Father. This meant we not only got to get some beautiful poignant photographs, but the butterflies played ball which meant we were able to get some photographs that will be forever special reminders of Karen's Dad being with her on her Wedding Day.

After this, we headed off downstairs to party the night away! 

Thank you Karen & Lee for allowing me to share in your Special Day xXx

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