Molly & James
April 7 2018
What a day this was to be a part of…
When I heard that Molly’s Dad would be officiating the wedding service in his role as a church deacon and that Molly’s Mum had made her wedding dress by hand, it was a given it was going to a pretty special day with lots of individual touches. Then there were the wedding favours… beer made by James’ Dad adorned by felt flowers made by anyone that dared enter Molly’s parents house in the run up to the wedding and the cake made by Molly’s aunt. And if that wasn’t enough, the 80 year old veil that Molly wore had been her Grandma’s when she got married but had also been worn by her Mum when she got married. Enough already – are you trying to make me cry…?
On the day, everything went so well from very timely getting ready of the ladies to the lovely service and precise organisational skills of the venue. And unbelievably the rain that was forecast never materialised. Thank-you Mr. Weatherman!
As I begin the process of editing the pictures that my most excellent second shooter Simon and I took throughout the day, I’ll leave you with a little taster preview. Hope you like it!