O my goodness, I don’t even know how to put into words just how FUN Sam & Lorna’s wedding at Sopley Mill was this summer, just.so.damn.fun. 99.9% of my photos of Lorna are of her cracking up laughing, which should tell you everything you need to know about how happy Sam makes her; it’s written all over her face.
Sam & Lorna have the most wonderful bunch or family and friends – everyone was extremely warm and friendly to Holly and I and we felt like part of the day. They wanted a party and that’s what they got – with pies for dinner (who doesn’t love a pie?!) and impromptu singing and dancing from guests. I’ve waffled enough, I’m going to let the photos do the talking on this one!
Thank you for everything, you gorgeous pair you!
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Eeeeeek, I had SO much fun at Jo & Paul’s wedding at Froyle Park this September – a venue that I’ve really wanted to shoot at for ages! The dining room is just so light and airy, and the gardens have a beautiful stone structure which makes for the most perfect photo setting.
These guys really know how to throw a party – they had all of their bridal party dancing into the dining room to their own personal theme tune, which was just the funniest thing to watch! Then Mike, the bestman sang a home written song about Paul to the tune of Bohemian Rhapsody – everyone was in stitches! I had a feeling he’d make a fantastic bestman as he delivered one of the funniest grooms speeches several years ago, when I was his wedding photographer! The evening was topped off with an incredible flash dance, when the bridal party joined Jo & Paul on the dance floor with a choreographed dance which kicked off the evening party perfectly. Amongst all the fun there was so many loving moments between all the friends and family, just a wonderful day.
A huge thank you to Clare as always for second shooting for me, some of these photos are hers.
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