If I had to describe Maria in two words they would be bold and confident and if I had to describe John in two words they would be quiet and calm. But if I had to describe Maria & John in two words they would be In Love.
Their closest friends and family were dressed in black tie and cocktail dresses, surrounded by sparkles and candle light of the stylish and opulent Old Vicarage, as they watched John and Maria swirl around the dance floor as one. United and so very much in love.
They met at university – He was dressed as James Bond and she was a Bond Girl. His attempts to play it cool and charm her like Rodger Moore paid off … in the end.
Susheela & Alex continued to sprinkle that old school Hollywood glamour all over their wedding day from the styling of the bride and bridesmaid’s hair and their luxurious boleros, to the film inspired table settings and not forgetting Susheela’s fabulous red peep toe shoes.
The highlight of the day for me was being whisked around the Cathedral quarters of Lincoln in a golf buggy, taking images of Susheela & Alex in the late afternoon autumnal light. For a minute it really did feel like we were on a movie set.
She has this habit of biting her bottom lip as she smiles when she is happy. He said when making his speech “If I had to single out one thing about why I love her so much, it would be the fact that she makes me happier than I ever dreamed I could be.” The word of the day for Violet & Darren’s wedding was most definitely “Happy”.
They were married in the most beautiful church, on an unseasonably hot day for September, in Rye. Surrounded by their loving friends and family, every detail of the day had been meticulously thought through and personalized by Violet. She is quite possibly one of the most organized brides I have ever had the pleasure of working with and her attention to detail was certainly reflected in the faces of Read more