“Love the photos!! They’re absolutely beautiful!!”
Charlotte grew up in the village Audlem, and it was in her childhood bedroom she getting ready for the big day! With her dress on and bespoke Converse in place, ensuring no sore feet for dancing later, Charlotte was ready to go. Lots of the local community braved the rain to see Charlotte arrive at the impressive Church, with her old school piano teacher on the organ as she walked down the aisle to a beaming Pete 🙂
We left the village of Audlum and headed to the stunning Wrenbury Hall. Weather wise, the rain clouds had moved away and been replaced by glorious sunshine, perhaps a good omen for the start of their married life together. This English weather can be fickle, but I actually quite like it, makes for a good variation in shooting conditions!
Once at Wrenbury Hall, everyone enjoyed drinks and canapés, and I mingled with the guests documenting the atmosphere. I had the opportunity to chat to Charlotte’s grandma, a lovely lady he recalled tales of her own marriage, she had been married for nearly 40 years and fondly remembering her midweek wedding whilst her husband was on leave from the war. After the wedding her husband returned to duty a couple of days later!
In the evening, a fabulous swing band got the party going, after capturing some of the movers and shakers I was given a hog roast in a doggy bag to take with me, and was on my way home to back up the photos (something I always do immediately for fear of losing them!). And what better complement to my hog roast barm than a nice cold beer 🙂
If you are planning a Wrenbury Hall wedding, please don’t hesitate to contact me about your wedding photography 🙂