JOSH & FIONA’S WEDDING
The boys rented a place at Liverpool 1 for getting ready. They popped out for breakfast then came back to get kitted out in their suits. It always seems so simple for the guys, right?
Sarah’s parents house was bustling with bridesmaids on the morning of the wedding. The excitement level was pretty high as the girls raised a toast in their custom painted glasses. Sarah’s folks served up a feast for breakfast to keep them going through the big day. There was more excitement when the wedding flowers arrived and eventually everyone was ready to head to the church. Which they certainly did in style: with a campervan for the girls and a yellow mustang for Sarah and her Dad.
We loved being at Bethel Church again. They are such a warm bunch and they even exceeded our expectations at Josh & Sarah’s wedding, going out of their way to welcome us. Josh looked excited as Sarah and her Dad walked down the aisle, with others on the front row shedding a little emotional tear. Several of their loved ones offered support in the ceremony with words and readings. Once they’d exchanged vows then rings they signed the registers and made everything legal.
Outside we took a group shoot with all their guests then snuck off to Thornton Hall for some quiet moments with J&S to have some photos alone. Their family joined us in the gardens before it was time to take our seats for food. Their music themed tables were each served generous sharing platters full of food. Then guests relaxed with happy bellies to listen to their speeches, complete with funny visuals.
The kids were keen to get the party going, they were on the dance floor before the band had finished setting up. The bride and groom cut their wedding cake, then the dancing officially started with their first dance. There was a lot of fun on the dance floor (and in the photo booth, check out the video below) with the sweetie cart fuelling extra energetic grooves.
After the evening buffet Sarah changed into a gorgeous going away outfit and the remaining guests gathered around the newlyweds, forming a tunnel for their exit.