Heather & Andy – Wedding at Great Brington and Brampton Grange

Obligatory apology for not blogging more over (that was it btw), i’m delighted to bring you a selection of images from the marriage of Heather and Andy.  The ceremony was held in the magical 13th century church at Great Brington and we later moved to the perfectly formed Brampton Grange for the partying.

So on with the pics –

Any wedding prep should begin with a hearty breakfast to set you up for the day.  Seems a certain ring-bearer decided that blue sweets were an excellent choice.

Just visible in the left-hand window is….

… Brampton Grange!  Reckon Heather has been planning this one for a while – since childhood!

Like any well-trained husband, Andy got in early with the gifts.  Whether it was a bribe to turn up or simply for brownie points, it went down well.

On to St Marys in Great Brington where we find our best men practising for the speech.

Job done, on with the mingling.

As if blue-boiled-sweet-gate wasn’t enough, our intrepid ring-bearer now has to evade hugs and kisses.

Despite encouragement, our happy couple decided there wasn’t time for an impromptu run with the Silson Joggers!

There were gifts, but Dad got the best of all: a good firm handshake.

Andy’s head was in his hand/s quite a lot during the Bestmen’s speech, so i guess the practice paid off – admittedly i’m not able to repeat the bits i can recall, but most of the guests were still speaking to them.  That said, one of our dynamic duo spent the night in an intimate embrace with some porcelain whilst the other ended up in A&E thanks to a funky chicken. Almost makes you believe in karma doesn’t it?

The pick-n-mix fuelled some early doors raucous dancing.

Then on to the slow stuff.

Well, it was a great day. I’ll let Heather and Andy have the last word:

“We have just been through the slide show twice, wow! We are so pleased with the results, some brilliant photos! … thank you so much for the hard work you have put in. The results are amazing and we are so happy with them!”

The pleasure was all mine (well, they got nearly the last words)!

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