Saturday 6th July was the big day for Joe and Zoe and what a day it turned out to be, soaring temperatures and bright blue skies, perfect for a wedding, care needed to photograph it well though as a result...
The day for me started around 8am, leaving home to meet up with Zoe and her bridesmaids at her grandparents house, whilst chatting away and having a cuppa, I met Brian the dog and various family members.
With shots of the dress, shoes and tiara, together some bridal preparation shots committed to my camera memory card, I headed off to meet up with Joe, the groom and the son of a great friend of mine. This made the day all the more special to capture.
The ceremony was light hearted and there were some fun moments to capture of this pair who were clearly made to be together.
A short trip to a field owned by Zoe's grandparents where a marquee had been erected, beer and wine chilled and pasties dutifully delivered got the afternoon off to a fantastic start.
As the afternoon led to early evening, yet more food for the guests in the shape of a hog roast kept everyone in high spirits. A kaleigh band proved to be highly popular with the guests with Joe and Zoe leading from the front!
As the evening went on, the glorious hazy sun started to lower in the sky, guests put up tents and beer barrels started to be emptied, the final few songs were sung and people started to say their goodbyes, all with wide grins on their faces.
A great day, thanks for allowing me to share it with you guys!