Ceremony and Reception Venue – Sandbanks Hotel, Poole
At long last it looks as though summer is going to be here for at least a day or two!
Emma and Dave travelled from Kent to get married close to the sea and they couldn’t have picked a better location. The Sandbanks Hotel is a great location for weddings and Sebastien and his team provide an excellent service ensuring that you will have a day to remember and if the sun is shining you could almost imagine that you were on a beach in a far away place.
Emma was getting ready in one of the hotel rooms, she was very calm and looking forward to the wedding. Dave was also in the hotel getting ready with his Dad and Bestman and a few friends.
Emma’s dress was gorgeous and Sydney’s bridesmaid dress complimented it so well, they both looked stunning.
With the ceremony providing the legal part of the day complete the guests headed out into the sun and for a drinks reception and a few family and friends photos on the terrace before we headed off onto the beach with the bridal party.
The bridal party were up for a little fun on the beach and soon they were all in board shorts including Emma! although I don’t remember any of them even going in for a paddle!!
We finished off with some time with Dave and Emma before getting all of the guests on the beach for an overhead shot and as everyone made their way in for the wedding breakfast we bid our farewells.
We wish Emma and Dave all the very best for their future together, you make a lovely couple. We are busy preparing their images from the day so while we are doing this we hope you enjoy these few images from their day.
All of the photos from the day will be available to view online as soon as Emma and Dave have had first look. If you would like to visit the client area on our website, click on Emma and Dave’s album, enter the password provided you can leave your email address and we will notify you when the images are available to view
In the meantime please leave any comments or words of congratulations for the couple by clicking on ‘leave a comment’ after the last image.