Kelly & Nick’s Wedding 21st October 2011

The indian summer now seems to have given in to autumn leaving a chill and damp feel in the air. Windy and warmer weather was forecast for today so hopefully we would see it improve as the day progressed.

We met Kelly at her parent’s home where she was getting ready with her bridesmaids, everything was going to plan, although Chloe, Kelly’s niece, had been taken poorly the day before and was going to miss out on being a flower girl.

Kelly was soon in her beautiful dress from Special Occasions and looked stunning. With a few bridal portraits and some family photos in the garden we were off to meet the guys at the church.

St Georges in Oakdale is a very impressive church and as Kelly and Nick are a popular couple their guests and well wishers filled the church to share their special day.

The day was still quite chilly and the wind was getting up so we completed the formal group photos as quickly as we could so that the guests could make their way on to the reception venue.

We had arranged to go to the beach or Coy pond depending on the weather and left the final decision to when we were about to leave the church. As the wind was getting up we all decided that we would go to Coy Pond as it could be quite sheltered there and we knew that there was some lovely autumn colour there. 

Kelly and Nick rejoined their guests at The Norfolk Royale Hotel for the champagne reception and wedding breakfast.

We wish Kelly and Nick all the very best for their future together and look forward to seeing them again. We hope you enjoy these few images from the day. All of the images from Kelly and Nick’s wedding will be available to view online in the client area of our website using the password provided once we have seen Kelly and Nick when they return from their honeymoon. In the meantime please leave any comments or words of congratulations for the couple by clicking on ‘leave a comment’ after the last image. 

About Dave Jackson Photography

Lifelong photographer based in Dorset, specialising in Landscape and Wildlife Photography
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