Emma & Richard – Wedding at Turvey House

Turvey was an important part of my childhood so i was looking forward to this one at All Saints Church and Turvey House.  Cathy and i like to approach our work as two friends at the wedding with cameras.  Very easy at this one: more moons ago than i care to admit, i used to play rugby with Richard and his brother; and there were old friends from Cogenhoe and Loughborough Uni.

We begin in Newton Blossomville.

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The verdict? Wow, they are amazing!!!!!!!! We can’t stop looking at them, thank you so much!!”

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