Helen & Audey’s Wedding 10th April 2012

Audey was at the venue, The Branksome Beach, when we arrived making sure that everything was as he and Helen had planned. A small canopy had been erected on the terrace as the weather was looking a little unsettled, the weather had improved a lot compared to the previous day when it was really windy and wet but not enough to be confident that the April showers wouldn’t interrupt the ceremony.

 Helen arrived early, she was that early that she was there before the registrars and guests so she had to hide away for a while! The guests arrived and just as the ceremony was about to commence it started to rain so we waited a few moments for it to pass. As the rain eased the guests took their seats and Helen made her entrance with a big smile even though she was sheltering under an umbrella.

With the vows made and rings exchanged the newly married couple had a few family photos and a celebratory drink with the guests.

With the weather looking unsettled and a little breezy we popped over to the gardens opposite the restaurant with the couple where it was a little sheltered for some photos of just the two of them. Helen had really wanted photos on the beach so she braved it for a while, the wind was quite cold and we returned to the restaurant and finished off there with a few photos of the table layout and an amazing and unusual wedding cake designed by Sweet Serenity to look like a beach hut. 

We wish Helen and Audey all the happiness for their future together. We hope you enjoy this selection of wedding photographs from their day. All of the images from the day will be available to view online as soon as we have seen Helen and Audey. If you would like to visit the client area on our website, click on Helen and Audey’s album, enter the password provided you can leave your email address and we will notify you when the images are available to view.

 

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About Dave Jackson Photography

Bournemouth Photographer specialising in Weddings
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