Kadie was getting ready at home with her nan, mum, daughter, sons and bridesmaids when I arrived to take the preparation photographs. Kadie’s mum had used pretty pink and white roses and gypsophila when she very thoughtfully created the bouquets and button hole flowers.Kadie was helped with her stunning fitted, ivory, organza dress with sparkly appliqués, initially by her bridesmaids and then by her mum before heading off to St Nicholas Church in vintage cars.
Greg and the boys were all waiting at the church, checking ties and having fun.The little delay in starting didn’t detract from the lovely ceremony and dad was really happy with his part in the proceedings. Their daughter, as well as looking gorgeous, also gave a brilliant reading.After signing the register it was outside into the shelter of a large tree for some group photos and some fun with the bridal party and couple. Then into their vintage car to Cottrell Park for more photographs as we all braved the weather.Dinner, provided by Spiros who were very helpful and lovely during the day, was followed by some very funny speeches by dad, the groom and especially the best man who I think went somewhat off script.Their littlest boy had a long nap during dinner on a blanket to give him extra energy for the party later. There was time for everyone to relax before the cake cutting and the couples lovely first dance as husband and wife, once all the children had cleared the dance floor. Kadie and Greg had arranged a caricaturist, chocolate fountains and a photo booth for their family and friends to enjoy.Thank you Kadie and Greg for being a super couple and braving the elements to get your wedding photographs.