Cool Spring wedding at Thornton Curtis, North Lincolnshire.
On this beautiful sunny morning it’s hard to believe a year ago I woke up to six inches of snow with the knowledge
I was to photograph my nieces wedding that afternoon, should be fun!
Living in the small hamlet of Burnham, near Barton upon Humber, the roads were tricky to say the least.
It did look lovely though as we drove up the drive to Burnham Manor to start the day.
Laura was very cool and calm and the girls seemed in no rush as they sipped champers and applied their make-up.
Things always seem to start slowly and then the day takes on a momentum and time seems to increase in pace.
After capturing the bridal party at home I set off to the church in Thornton Curtis and managed to catch Aaron
(the Groom) already seated and looking a little nervous, don’t deny it Aaron.
Have to say what a fab Vicar they had too, I could go where I wanted and photograph the ceremony where I wanted,
a rare treat indeed, cheers Vic!
Now, I’ve already mentioned the snow, did I say how cold it was, phew!
Not very popular was I when holding the best part of sixty to eighty
guests outside for a group shot, sorry but I just had to get that pic.
Back to Burnham for the reception and Laura and Aaron braved the
cold for some outside shots before heading to the marquee to thaw out.
Snow, cold and a dimly lit marquee are challenging to a photographer
but they do make for pretty cool backdrops for photographs.
Loved it, what a great day, ace couple and fab pix.