Katie & Craig’s Wedding 12th June 2010

The day started a little overcast but soon turned to glorious sunshine with a slight breeze.

We met Katie at her parents home, hair immaculate and about to start with make-up. While we were photographing the accessories we noticed something on the soles of the shoes and couldn’t resist capturing it, the words ‘I do’, it was different to what you can often see on the grooms shoes ‘help me’ and we thought a nice touch.
The dress was amazing, Katie had told her friends that she wanted something plain and simple, no lace. no fuss, no sparkle. It had everything she thought that she didn’t want! I believe that she tried it on for her Mum who had spotted and they all fell in love with it- Mum’s always seem to know best!!
While we were with the bride, Julian our third tog was with the guys capturing their preparations. We knew that Katie had arranged for a red Ferrari to take Craig to the church as a surprise, Craig was impressed and enjoyed his stylish journey to the church. 
The ceremony was held at St Georges in Oakdale and was followed by the reception at the Carlton Hotel. While the guests enjoyed a drinks reception in the hotel garden Craig and Katie joined us for some photos on the beach before joining their guests for the wedding breakfast.
The cake was decorated with the same roses that were in the bouquets and  table decorations which were all created by Julia,a friend of the Bride and Groom she even made the cake, a talented lady!
While the guests waited for the first dance they were entertained by a magician and a bet or two on the roulette table.
The couple are honeymooning in Dubai and we look forward to their return.
We wish them all the very best for their future together
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About Dave Jackson Photography

Bournemouth Photographer specialising in Weddings
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