Onwards, dear Reader, to Wellingborough for the marriage of Emily and Charlie at All Hallows Church.
The day was littered with fantastic details, befitting an art teacher of Emily’s caliber.
Mum outside the same church.
Emily couldn’t resist picking up her own camera!
Red was a great choice for the bridesmaids’ dresses.
Emily was rightly proud of her lovely dress. Often said that as a society we know the price of everything and the value of nothing; this wedding dress cost £20 from charity shop!!
Very cool order of service, even more so after an insight into the great care and attention Emily took in producing it.
I’m sure Charlie had something to do with the planning too 😉 Well, he turned up which was no mean feat after tales of his Jägerbomb fuelled trip down the Welly Road.
Tips from the in-laws.
The wedding car was a beautiful split-screen VW campervan – which has begun a whole new bout of ‘Gear-Acquisition-Syndrome’ in me.
Was lovely to see the congregation enjoying their time in the church rather than viewing it through a cameraphone!
Son Edward rightly decided to play a part in the ceremony 🙂
Some really moving entertainment whilst the register was signed.
Then the school choir performed a Sister Act number.
Optimism plays a massive part of vintage car ownership, as does humour.
Pleased to say they made it to the family farm, with no dramas, for the partying.
There were some children’s entertainers on hand, but the kids made a good fist at amusing themselves!
Emily couldn’t resist dishing out the ice creams, with mixed results.
Here are some more of those details.
Bring your own cake, and boy were the guests up to the challenge!
Speeches were short and mostly sweet with a gymnastics routine as a grande finale.
Brief respite for the chickens.
Music was provided by the masterful Fillet-O-Soul.
Definitely one of the more memorable days of the year. And the verdict?
“Wedding album has arrived and its amazing! Thank you for capturing a perfect day in the most perfect way. I love them.”