I am constantly reminded of what a privilege it is to work as a wedding photographer. This feeling is never greater than when I photograph the wedding of friends. Liza and Scott chose Sketchley Grange as the venue for their wedding. Liza and her maid of honour prepared for the day only a few doors down the corridor from where Scott and his crew were getting ready. Scott had the joy of being surrounded by their children who were burning off lots of energy for the day. In contrast, the girls room was a place of calm with a very excited Liza already looking fab. Make up was seen to by Liza’s sister Emma and Nina King got busy creating some wonderful hair things. When I took on the wedding I knew that Liza would make for a beautiful bride, what I didn’t bargain for was Liza and Scott’s beautiful daughter, who nearly, very nearly stole the lime light!

A small and intimate service followed with just close family in attendance. It was evident how much this day meant to them both and as Liza walked into the room tears flowed from them both (and me!).  A lot of thought and time had been put into the details by Liza and her maid of honour Becci. I particularly loved the “just married” wands, the personalised menu cards, the love heart saying “Dad here comes your bride (Mum)” carried by their two sons and the provision of much needed hankies!

Liza and Scott were brilliant to work with and easily took time out to allow me to capture some beautiful images at a perfect time of day when the light was just turning to gold. Speeches were intensely emotional and there was no way bride Liza was going to dodge the tears. A bit of a chill out followed before evening guests arrived and joined swiftly into the party. As a friend, my transformation from photographer into guest proved effortless once my heels were on!

All in all fabulous. LOVE was definitely the energy that held the day together. It was such a joy to be part of it, and to be invited to join in with the evening, thank you very much.

Wishing you a continued fabulous life together . . . Mr and Mrs Robinson. xx

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