Alison and Louis’ wedding at The Chine Hotel, Bournemouth
Although we are well into the wedding season now this was our first wedding at The Chine Hotel this year and it was good to see everyone there again. The Chine Hotel are now able to hold ceremonies out in the garden but Alison and Louis had already decided on holding their ceremony indoors which turned out to be the right decision as their day was typical of April with quite a few showers forecast.
Alison arrived in style in a 1920’s Sunbeam vintage car from Fosstalgia cars. Alison looked lovely in her dress from Bliss Bridalwear complimented with a beautiful ruby-red bouquet from Fairmile Florists and although a little nervous she was keen to get on with the ceremony and the day’s celebrations.
With a dry spell the drinks reception moved outside while we did the family photos after which we took the couple down into the lower garden for their photos.
Alison and Louis returned to their guests for the wedding breakfast. The room was beautifully decorated with chair sashes and flowers in a vibrant ruby-red colour theme. The meal was followed by speeches and the traditional cutting of the cake. After an emotional speech by Alison’s Dad and Louis it was time for the Best Man to embarrass the Groom with a slideshow taking us through the life of Louis.
We would like to thank Alison and Louis for their hospitality and wish them all the very best for their future together. We are busy preparing their images from the day so while we are doing this we hope you enjoy these few images.
The following link will take you directly to their online galleries within our client area. The images below are already there if you wish to view and purchase any of them. All of the photos from the day will be available to view there as well as soon as we have finished editing and seen Alison and Louis. You will need the password provided in order to access the galleries.
In the meantime please leave any comments or words of congratulations for the couple by clicking on ‘leave a comment’ after the last image.