Everyone was very calm and organised for Kimberley’s preparation at her parent’s home with Dad, Mum, her brother and two bridesmaids. Kimberley’s flowers were very elegant in mainly white and pale cream. Her shoes were appliquéd with lace and pearl bead details. Her gorgeous tea-length bridal gown had a sheer neckline, back and long sleeves with lace detail. The lace continued over the sweetheart bodice and onto the full tulle skirt. Tiny button ran down the back of her dress.The church was just around the corner and they had arranged a vintage Rolls Royce to take Kimberley and her Dad to the wedding ceremony. Kimberley was very emotional arriving at the church. Her Dad walked her down the aisle towards her very happy groom for their lovely wedding ceremony.We managed to take the bridal party and immediate family photos at the church and even had the men skipping around on the lawn.A vintage bus took some of the guests to the Masonic Hall while the happy couple went off to Waterloo Gardens for some couple photographs.Then back in the Rolls and off to the Masonic Hall for their reception and some group photos from and also on the staircase.The Masonic Hall is very elegant with a giant orangery style roof light and their styling made a big impact with the huge LOVE light and the black and white theme reminiscent of times gone by.Just before the speeches we had blue steel poses with the boys and photos of the girls in the retro bathroom.There were some very, very emotional speeches from Dad, Best Man and Groom with not a dry eye in the house. James’ speech was short and sweet and he went on to cut the cake still a little teary eyed.There was time for everyone to relax with songs and saxophone music from a talented singer and musician in keeping with the theme of the day before the happy couples first dance as husband and wife with the huge LOVE light sign as their backdrop.Thank you Kimberley and James for inviting me to be your wedding photographer, with the fabulous styling and all the tears and joy it was a great day.