Andrew & Charlotte’s Wedding 25th September 2009

Yet another glorious September day!
Hair and make-up was well under way when we arrived at Charlotte’s parents house. The flowers had been delivered so we got on with photographing them, they still had droplets of water on them where they had been sprayed, this always makes for a nice photo.
Charlotte was excited about the day ahead and wasn’t showing any nerves, she stood quite calmly while her Mum helped by the bridesmaids was lacing up her dress.
We took advantage of the big window in the lounge to get some stunning photos of the bride which really suit black and white tones.
We went on to meet the groom, bestmen and ushers for some formal and informal shots of them before the guests started to arrive.   
The reception was held at the MacDonald Botley Park Hotel. Arrival drinks were served in the orchard where we took photos of the bridal party and the Bride and Groom before they headed off for the wedding breakfast.
While the guests were enjoying their meal a casino was being set up in the bar area as a surprise which was going to entertain them while the main reception room was being turned round for the evening. Charlotte’s first bet on the roulette table was on number 25 (the date) and it proved to be a winner!
Another lady (the make-up artist) also seemed to have a run of luck with the numbers, she was getting quite excited!
We would like to thank Andrew and Charlotte for their hospitality (the food was great) and also extend our thanks to their families. You all made us feel very welcome.
We wish Andrew and Charlotte all the very best for their future together.

About Dave Jackson Photography

Lifelong photographer based in Dorset, specialising in Landscape and Wildlife Photography
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