Tanya & David – Wedding at Sedgebrook Hall

Stupidly busy at the moment but had to find the time to show you the marriage of Tanya and David at Sedgebrook Hall.

There was a lot of window gazing early doors due to, you guessed it, the weather.  Over the course of the day we had: gusting wind, brilliant sunshine, a bit of drizzle and a full on snow flurry.  The Italians have a weather-related saying, “Sposa bagnata, sposa fortunata.” The literal translation is open to ‘double entendre’ so suffice to say, that if it rains, it’s lucky.  Not sure what all that lot means for Tanya and David though!

A big bugbear of mine are the coat-hangars provided with some wedding dresses.  One of Tanya’s friends had an elegant solution (need a business partner?):

Dad was a bit emotional when he saw his daughter (always a highlight moment to be able to share).

Anyway, on to our hero and his attentive groomsmen.

Or should that have been attentive groom?

Done! A quick word about the Registrars: brilliant! Makes such a difference.

The family who drink together, stay together.

Nice little table detail: Jagermeister. More on that later.

Now for the Mass Jagerbomb! The family and friends who Jagerbomb together, stay together.

No on to the partying and time to make your own entertainment.  Entertainment was a theme for the whole day tbh.

Some selfless souls made entertainment for other people.

The skipping rope moved so quickly, well, i couldn’t see it!

Great fun this one.  The verdict:

“We couldn’t resist taking a look tonight! We love them…Thanks so much again, you have both truly gone above and beyond to make everything as special as you can and we appreciate it massively.”


  • CMC-PHOTOGRAPHY - 28/05/2013 - 13:34

    Steve, your wedding photography is amazing…ReplyCancel

  • Neil Barnes, Photographer - 28/05/2013 - 15:03

    A great set of pictures again Steve, nice one.ReplyCancel

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