Duncan & Aimie’s Wedding 12th February 2010

We arrived at Aimie’s to find everything under control and running to plan. Everything we needed to photograph was laid out in one place and easily accessible. We got on with photographing the dress, shoes, jewellery and so on. Aimie was downstairs having her hair and make-up done so we checked in on her for the odd photo in between photographing the flowers and the girls (Ellana and Zara). The girls are a credit to you they are so well behaved, polite and friendly.
We met the guys at the church and as you can see from the photos had some fun. Duncan was keen to make this day memorable and wanted to enjoy every minute.
The service was made very personal by the Vicar, Duncan and Aimie didn’t stop smiling although I think that there might heve been the odd tear of happiness. The service was followed by a few group photos in the churchyard before we headed off to the beach with the newly married couple.
Duncan and Aimie really wanted to make the most of their day and although it was cold they weren’t going to let that stop them having time on the beach, we made the most of it before going on to the hotel for the wedding breakfast.
Duncan wanted to go into Bournemouth in the evening for a few photos with Aimie outside the Pavillion with the fountain and lights on, unfortunately we found out the pevious day that the fountain was iced up and the lights weren’t going to be switched on. We had an alternative, a dark alley, with some clever lighting tricks! – we knew they wanted somthing different! Although initially they thought us mad they soon realised what we had in mind and got into the swing of it and were soon adding their own slant to it. 

We thoroughly enjoyed your day, you are such fun loving people and so well suited. We wish you all the very best for the future, keep laughing and smiling.

Aimie said…

“Thanks guys, it was a great long day, you both worked hard to get the shots and also remained professional and fun. You helped me and Duncan know what was coming next and helped us plan our next step.
You didn’t mind us suggesting shots and positions. Your direct and friendly service went down well with all the guests and I cant wait to see the rest of the photos!
Thanks again guys”

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About Dave Jackson Photography

Bournemouth Photographer specialising in Weddings
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One Response to Duncan & Aimie’s Wedding 12th February 2010

  1. Anonymous says:

    thanks guys, it wass a great long day. you both worked hard to get the shots and also remained professional and fun. you helped me and duncan know what was coming next and helped us plan our next step. you didnt mind us suggesting shots and positions your direct and friendly service went down well with all the guests and i cant wait to see the rest of the photos!thanks again guysAimie

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