Jody and Tracie Deane 27th August 2009

We first met Tracie when she was a bridesmaid at her sister Paula’s wedding 3 years ago. Jody was bestman to Ryan and three years later the roles reversed and Paula was bridesmaid to Tracie and Ryan Bestman to Jody.

The day was a little overcast but warm and it wasn’t raining! Well not until the evening, by which time it didn’t matter.
The venue for the ceremony and reception was The Italian Villa at Compton Acres, another beautiful location for wedding photography.
Tracie was well organised and had everything under control. Everything happened on time and quite often early. Jody, the guests and even the bride arrived early.

The ceremony was very emotional.

A drinks reception followed in the Italian garden where the bridal party and group photographs were taken before heading off into the gardens with the Bride and Groom.

The majority of the photographs of the couple were taken in The Japanese Garden, the pond allows for some fabulous reflections. We also made use of The Imperial Teahouse, Thatched Summerhouse and the bridge on our trip around the garden.

On our return for the wedding breakfast we stopped off at The Roman Gardens before going through to the Grotto which was aglow with tealights.

Tracie and Jody greeted their guests before sitting down to enjoy a delicious hog roast. Thanks for inviting us to join you at your wedding breakfast, we thoroughly enjoyed it and it was nice chatting to some of your guests. We were made to feel very welcome.

The evening started with the traditional first dance followed by more up tempo party hits which the girls especially to enjoyed.

Congratulations to you both, we wish you health, wealth and happiness in your life together.

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About Dave Jackson Photography

Bournemouth Photographer specialising in Weddings
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