I knew that Emma & Gareth’s wedding was going to be great when they popped around to see me for a chat about the timings of the day. They started by telling me that the wedding ‘car’ was a tractor and the groom will be driving! Yaaaay, even though I love the traditional old cars it’s always a laugh to have something a little bit different. To be honest, the day was amazing from beginning to end and seeing as Emma’s bridal prep was literally across the road from the church it meant the whole day was totally relaxed. It also meant that I could keep an eye out for Gareth and his groomsmen arriving for the ceremony, I definitely didn’t want to miss that one.
After a beautiful ceremony Emma and Gareth had asked for a big group photo outside Hanbury Church but as there was nowhere I could get any height, the groom had organised a digger with a lift on the front just for me to stand on. It’s a good job I’m not afraid of heights and yes I threw my phone at the best man so he could get a photo of me up in the air (no I’m not showing it lol ). The wedding reception was held at The Cock Inn at Hanbury and it really is a beautiful setting for a wedding, the marquee looked stunning.
OK, this was the day it rained! and if you are from this part of the Midlands you’ll never forget THAT day, the weather was absolutely roasting hot, if I put my cameras down for a minute they were too hot to touch. I could see the clouds building and suggested that we go and grab a couple of photos before it rained. You can see from the bride and groom photos the change in the weather over the space of about 5 mins and the last one in the countryside was taken 30 seconds before the heavens opened and boy did it rain!
There was no way the weather was going to ruin such a great day for my gorgeous couple and their fantastic guests and I’d like to thank them for such a great, fun day