Damien and Kerry's wedding -
Emley Church to Walton Hall at Waterton Park
Wow what a day! The forecast looked
excellent with gin clear blue skies and the promise of some warm
sunshine, weather every bride dreams of for their wedding day.
The day started at Kerry's mum's
house in Netherton were preparations were well underway, some dress
and shoes shots and it was time for the finishing touches to the
make up and the opportunity for me to grab some shots of Kerry
before she climbed into her wedding dress.
The next stop was the Church of St
Michaels in Emley for their wedding ceremony. With a pub nearby it
wasn't difficult to guess Damien's location. Dutch courage sorted,
we managed some shots outside the church before Kerry arrived with
her Bridesmaids and father. Kerry Arrived ten minutes early to allow
some time for some photos outside the church before the wedding
- The perfect bride! The rules inside the church were relaxed with
the instruction only to ''be discrete'' allowing me the opportunity
to photograph the ceremony from the front whilst Lauren covered the
images from the rear.
We stopped of enroute to Waterton
Park for some photographs of Damien and Kerry and so allowing their
guests to leapfrog the wedding party and be at Walton hall ready to
greet them on their arrival. Top marks to the car company for their
helpfulness and willingness to do whatever we asked of them.
With a lot of the photos already
completed the time before the wedding breakfast at Walton Hall was
the perfect opportunity for Damien, Kerry and their wedding guests
to take in the views, enjoy the sunshine and of course champagne. It
was also the ideal opportunity for us to shoot plenty of natural and
Shortly after their first dance we headed out on
the lawn for some sunset images before we rounded off the evening's
photographs with some outdoor shots in the dark just after ten.
Kerry and Damien were up early the next morning to
jet off on their honeymoon. Heading somewhere warm and sunny was no
doubt perfect motivation for waking up at daft O'clock!
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