Sarah and Russ’s Wedding 25th September 2010

The Miramar Hotel was the venue for Russ and Sarah’s wedding ceremony and reception. They were hoping to hold their ceremony outside in the hotel’s beautiful gardens. Fortunately the weather has changed completely from yesterday and although there was a slight breeze it was nice enough to hold the ceremony outside.

We met Sarah and her bridesmaids in her room at the Miramar where the preparations were well underway. Sarah’s dress from Fab Frocks looked quite stunning and the charcoal bridesmaids dresses were going to compliment it
well. While the girls dressed we met Russ and his Groomsmen for some photos before returning to Sarah and the girls.
With the guests seated the bridesmaids made their entrance followed by Sarah who was accompanied by her Dad who gave her away. Sarah looked stunning in her red dress which suited her so well with her dark colouring.
With the ceremony over and a glass of champagne enjoyed we headed off down the cliff lift to the beach with the newly married couple. The red dress against the blue sky and sea looked amazing. 
On returning to the hotel the couple had a few photos with their guests before heading off into the hotel for the wedding breakfast. 
A short break before the evening entertainment allowed the couple and guests a chance to freshen up. With the arrival of the evening guests it was time for the first dance which Sarah and Russ did really well before inviting their guests to join them on the dance floor.
We would like to thank Russell the Best man for his assistance with helping to make the day run smoothly.
We would also like to thank Sarah and Russ for their hospitality and hope that they are enjoying their honeymoon across the pond and look forward to seeing them when they return. We wish them all the best for their future together.
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About Dave Jackson Photography

Bournemouth Photographer specialising in Weddings
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