Natasha & Craig’s Wedding 27th August 2011

Natasha and Craig chose the historic romantic setting of Langtry Manor for their wedding, now a fashionable boutique hotel with a choice of places for the wedding ceremony. Natasha was hoping for the ceremony to be held outside in the garden but as she arrived for the ceremony it had started to rain and the decision was made to hold the ceremony in the Main Hall of the manor.

The rain didn’t last long and was over before the ceremony ended so everyone went out into the garden for the drinks reception to celebrate with the newly married couple.

With the formal family photographs complete and the confetti thrown we went across to the Langtry Lodge for a short time with the couple. The couple then returned to the manor where the guests had been invited to take their seats for the wedding breakfast and Natasha and Craig were announced in to a round of applause and cheering from their guests.

We wish Natasha and Craig all the best for their future together and look forward to seeing them when they return from honeymoon.

The full set of wedding photographs will be available to view in the client area within our website once we have seen Natasha and Craig, you will need the password supplied. In the meantime we hope you enjoy the following images.

About Dave Jackson Photography

Lifelong photographer based in Dorset, specialising in Landscape and Wildlife Photography
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1 Response to Natasha & Craig’s Wedding 27th August 2011

  1. Elizabeth Fearnley says:

    Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures of Craig & Tasha’s wedding I look forward to viewing the rest of the photographs as soon as they are available.

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