It was a joy to document the day for Ceri and Stuart in November. I didn’t have far to travel in the morning, as Ceri was preparing at her Mum’s house, which is only a two minute walk from where I live!
The ceremony took place at the beautiful St Mary’s church in Nether Alderley. James, the Reverend was a pleasure to work alongside (this is not always the case!). We then headed to Sandhole Oak Barn, which looked amazing as always, wowing guests with views over the lake.
After the speeches, Ceri’s mum and some friends serenaded them with an impromptu song (with Nan on the piano). This got everyone in the mood for the evening celebrations and the dancefloor was rocking all night. Stuart was pulling out all the moves and as I left he was doing the old “caught the fish” dance routine to woo Ceri 🙂
Ceri and Stuart are cricket mad and for honeymoon jetted off to Australia to watch the Ashes….at least the beer and weather were superb, as the results of the cricket were not the best!!
Some of my favourite images, and a snippet of the kinds words I received from the guys:
“Adam this is absolutely amazing, one of the most stunning things I’ve ever seen. You captured every single aspect of the day just as we would have wanted it. We can’t possibly thank you enough.”
When we met a few weeks before the big day, Stuart told me he was very excited about the mini burgers. Good to see he got his hands on one! *I may have nicked one too.