Jenni & Dave’s Wedding 24th April 2010

Another beautiful spring day.

We started with the bride and bridesmaid’s preparations at Jenni’s parents home. Hair and make-up was well underway. Kate the makeup artist was a previous bride of ours and it was good to catch up with her. Sam the hair stylist was working alongside Kate, they came up with some outstanding results and the timings were perfect.
We knew that Jenni would be ready on time, in fact she was a few minutes early. This enabled us to make good use of the time with Jenni, her bridesmaids and parents. It was so nice not having to rush.
Dave, his best man and ushers were also being photographed as they were getting ready by our new photographer Julian.
The ceremony and reception were held at Parley Manor. The bride arrived shortly after the bridesmaids and after a few photos by the door we went into the house and waited for the bride (who has to see the registrar) in the conservatory area, this always makes for some nice informal shots of the final preparations. After the ceremony the guests enjoyed drinks and heart shaped biscuits before the formal group photographs.

We then disappeared with the bridal party for photographs in the walled gardens whilst the guests enjoyed the spring sunshine and time to chat.

We were then left with just Dave and Jenni to capture some lovely shots of the two of them including a few with the E -Type Jaguar before they were announced into the reception room which had been decorated as a race track with flags and bunting, oil cans for the wishing well and tables named after cars. It all looked fantastic

Some guests gathered in the garden in between courses and using the Jenga blocks came up with a rather unusual way of congratulating the couple.

In keeping with the theme of the 50’s we couldn’t resist getting Jenni to do a Marilyn Munroe kiss!

We get really excited when a couple do more than a shuffle hug for their first dance. Dave and Jenni had learnt to do a Rumba and didn’t they do it well! The guests surrounded the dance floor amazed and clapped their appreciation for the couples effort. Dave and Jenni you were absolutely amazing – well done!

We would like to thank Dave, Jenni, their parents and the bridal party for their hospitality, we really enjoyed your wedding and we’re looking forward to showing you your wedding photographs. 

All the very best for your future together.

CAPTION COMPETITION


The best caption for the photograph marked ‘caption competition’ will receive a free 12″x 8″ mounted and laminated print worth £20. The winning entry will be decided by the photographers.Closing date for entries 15th June 2010.The winner will be announced via our blog shortly after this date 


Please use the comments facility for your caption competition entry.

Kerrie said…
Caption Competition
This was when the Bridal Party found out that Dave was actually a woman…
Kerrie Cox ;o)
Anonymous said…
“Fantastic! Best wedding I have ever been to! Great venue, superb organisation, lovely couple and great company what more could you want?”

Kerrie said…

Caption Competition

This was when the Bridal Party found out that Dave was actually a woman…
Kerrie Cox ;o)

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Bournemouth Photographer specialising in Weddings
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2 Responses to Jenni & Dave’s Wedding 24th April 2010

  1. Anonymous says:

    Fantastic! Best wedding I have ever been to! Great venue, superb organisation,lovely couple and great company what more could you want?

  2. Kerrie says:

    Caption CompetitionThis was when the Bridal Party found out that Dave was actually a woman…Kerrie Cox ;o)

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