David & Michelle - 22nd Aug 2009
Michelle and David booked me for their wedding at Birtsmorton Court what seems like many moons ago. I'd completely forgotten we'd actually met, so hands slapped for that one!
Anyhow they'd not only booked a fab venue but also great weather, which has to be said makes my job easier and I'm sure a great day for their guests too.
Here are a few shots from the day.
I'd met this hair dresser (and perhaps make up artist - i'm not sure) back in 2008 when I photographed Rowley and Nichola's wedding at Sudeley Castle. This time round she had this all singing all dancing fantastic new light box though.....how snazzy is that?
Strangely enough last time we worked together Nichola was crying, this time round it was Michelle's turn. Is it toxic hair spray or did she pull your hair - come on....what's going on here?
Dad. Love these couple of photos of dad (hence including two - which in reality is twice as many as needed but hey ho!)
It wasn't that warm David.
There were a few more teary shots prior to this one, but for the benefit of Michelle I've included just this.
After the civil ceremony we went off to the Church at Birtsmorton court for a blessing.
This all looks like a lot of walking about - I don't personally remember it being so much so, but a camera never lies.
Ahh back to standing around.
Wedding drinks reception on the terrace.
Right a rare event. Matt Davis Photography including group photos on the blog. Yep, I do take' 'em, but rarely do I show them. Here's one for the girls and one for da boys. It's only fair after all.
David's brother sneaked in for a quick snap with his lovely girlfriend too. Wedding bells perhaps - I know a photographer!?
I really rather like this photo above. That's the Malvern Hills in the background. The gardens at Birtsmorton Court have clearly had a trim and looking in tip top condition. "...now where are all the other guests - somewhere in this maze right?"
....."ahh here they are, now who's got achy feet then - a sit down anyone".
Mr & Mrs Bridge - on the bridge. Simple.
Sweet. Dad had a little trouble with his speech. Very sincere and quite lovely.
First dance photos. Usually the most awkward moment of the day.