Today I was in the little village of Hamerton in Cambridgeshire for Caroline and Adam’s wedding. I do love little village weddings – Caroline and the family had worked really hard to make the big day special and it was clear that a lot of effort and thought had gone into the reception details. The meal was held in a marquee next to Caroline’s mum’s house and everything was set up beautifully. Here’s a few of my favourite photographs from the day – the rest will be coming soon.
A couple of detail shots from the marquee tables.
Caroline still working hard, about an hour and a half before the ceremony. This is the table plan she is putting together.
Bridesmaid Lara (and helper) drew all the beautiful table name signs.
At one hour to go, Caroline finally gets herself ready!
The little church at Hamerton is a short distance away from the house.
Adam the groom. A short shower of rain just before the ceremony didn’t do anything to dampen anyone’s spirits.
Caroline ready for the walk down the aisle.
The church dates back to the 13th Century. Mary the vicar conducted a lovely service.
Adam seals the deal.
I love that period immediately after the ceremony where everyone is congratulating the bride and groom and milling around in the churchyard – great to photograph.
Everyone walked back to the house in the sunshine.
Priorities, priorities – Adam goes for the well deserved beer.
The beautiful bride.
And finally a couple of images from the speeches.
Thanks again, Caroline and Adam! The complete gallery will be coming soon.