This wedding was an unusual one – the ceremony at Fulbeck, Lincolnshire, was the second one for Emma and Andrew; their first wedding ceremony was held in Australia a few weeks before. Despite this, the two weddings were very different in terms of people, atmosphere etc.
Just a week before the wedding the weather was not great at all with rain and cold winds and we even discussed with the bride and groom to get an umbrella. The weather on the wedding day, luckily, turned to be rather nice. Having sunny afternoon, cosy church ceremony and excellent live music after the ceremony, the atmosphere of the wedding day was just fabulous.
There are some special things which I want to mention. I never saw so beautifully made artificial flowers which looked like real ones. On the wedding day Emma did wear watches that her mother did put for her wedding – “something old”. I like weddings with flower girls and little children involved. The flower girl was absolutely beautiful. The page boy was brave, given that he was just over one year old.
Emma and Andrew, wishing you all the very best!
Louise and Neil had their wedding at one of the most beautiful buildings of Derby’s Cathedral Quarter – at the Cathedral Quarter Hotel. With its grand staircase and the window ornamented with glass mosaic, the hotel’s interior, as well as the 19th century facade, were a great place to photograph the bride and the groom.
Louise’s preparations were accompanied by her sisters-flowergirls, and Neil’s best man was his brother – it was great family atmosphere through the whole day, with lots of fun and laugh.
The celebrating atmosphere of the day was completed by nice and cute wedding details: decorations of the breakfast hall, wedding cake, cards cage, beautiful bouquet and many other things.
Louise and Neil, it was pleasure to meet you and photograph your wedding – all the very best to you!
P.S. See wedding suppliers details at the end of this post.