Tracey & Adrian’s Wedding 24th September 2011

Tracey and Adrian had chosen the Tudor Grange in Bournemouth for their ceremony and celebrations.

The Tudor Grange is quite magnificent with many original  features which include oak panelling, golden rose embossed ceiling  and stained glass windows and is exclusive to the wedding making it very relaxed and personal.

We met Adrian  and his best men a short while before the ceremony for a few arrival photographs and then met Tracey for her walk down the magnificent staircase to the ceremony room. The ceremony was  intimate and personal with two readings, one by a friends and the other by Adrian’s Mum. With the ceremony complete the couple greeted their guests who then made their way out in to the glorious sunshine to enjoy their drink. Meanwhile Tracey and Adrian made their way to the balcony to make what seemed like a royal appearance which included a wave and that traditional awaited kiss.

With a few formal family and friends photographs in the gardens we set off to the beach for a few photos of the newly married couple, still can’t believe how warm and sunny it was although a little breezy on the beach.

Back to the Tudor Grange for a few more photos around the garden before we left everyone enjoying that glorious sunshine ahead of the wedding breakfast.

We wish Tracey and Adrian a very long and happy life together.

We hope you enjoy these few images from the day. All of the images will be available to view in the client area of our website using the password provided when we know that Tracey and Adrian have returned from honeymoon and had a chance to have the first view. If you wish to leave any comments or words of congratulations for the couple please do so by clicking on ‘leave a comment’ after the last image.

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About Dave Jackson Photography

Bournemouth Photographer specialising in Weddings
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