Fact fans: it’s the same distance from Lois’ childhood home to the church as it is the village pub.
They’re going to the church btw.
Having refreshed himself at the pub our hero, Mark, made the short skip from there to Stow Minster.
The organist learnt the intro to Jump by Van Halen for the procession out of the Minster 🙂
Confetti was an ad-hoc affair, which was nice.
Now just a short walk back past home to the house at the end of the road, site of the festivities.
Right, i’ve seen a few wedding gifts in my time, none of which are quite in the same league as this wedding message written in moss on some rocks. Answers on a postcard!
To put you out of your misery it says, “I want you for all time… 4th June… Mark n Lois… ♥ Rocks”, ohhhhh
Lois is an electrician, a good one, the best, please no… not the face! This is my new portrait signature shot. In truth, they were performing for friends and i happened to have been in the right place at the right time 🙂
Ok, time to party on. Off with the little shoes and on with the colour scheme friendly DMs.
First dance was to an elegant little rock number.
The night was rounded off with a little Zumba, which is a first for me!
Finally, i hadn’t encountered a couple who requested a jumping shot, until now. Does seem appropriate though.
From a lovely comment on our Facebook page: “Thanks again Steve and Cathy, we are so pleased with the photo’s, as are all the bridesmaids, parents and family. You two were great company on top of getting some beautiful shots, and plenty funny ones. What a fun day.”