Right, onwards with the behemoth blogging backlog and a return to two fabulous, familiar, favourite venues: Great Brington church and Fawsley Hall, for a wedding that we’ve been looking forward to for a while.
Keeley was a bit conscious of the chaos spread liberally throughout her room but to me that’s all part of the story.
Whilst i’ve no doubt she could get away with it, Keeley wasn’t sporting a towel-based wedding dress, but it was fine for a dry run with the veil and flowers!
Back to the bathroom for finishing touches to the dress, along with optional magazine cooling fan.
Pete did some good work with a gift for his bride.
Still got it 😉
The violin player was another romantic surprise from Pete – hope he realises he’s going to have to maintain these touches for the rest of his married life!
Onwards to the reception at the majestic Fawsley.
Just had to do some quick fashion style shots.
My challenge of the day was to get some shots of little yorkie Sonny – a dog that always illicits an, “i want one” from Cathy. I’m not sure what Pete has done in the past, but Sonny was absolutely petrified of the camera – long shots were the only option.
Window light rocks btw.
Here, Keeley is viewing a shot from her childhood when her wedding prep really began, as a bridesmaid.
As always, a magical atmosphere in Knightley Court.
Pete would go on to rue his comments about best man George!
Now, experience has taught us that when a projector comes out at a wedding reception, it will go one way or the other. Fortunately, it was well used here to demonstrate Pete’s hitherto unknown singing talents. Seems the stars in his eyes have now been replaced by tears!
Paul Martyn was on hand most of the day to demonstrate his enviable talents – the man’s a genius.
The old timer again demonstrating he still has it. Moves like his improve with age, the old charmer!
Pleased to say Keeley and Pete are well happy with their shots 🙂 🙂
“We looked through the photos link this morning and LOVED them!!! Really,
really happy with them!! …
I have so far showed my mum and sister the link of photos and they were genuinely blown away! We are SO happy with the final work and to have had you there on the day, so thank you for all your hard work and extreme professionalism!!”