Ross & Nicola

On the 27th of September, some dear friends of mine got married up in Leicester where Nicola lived up until now.  So me and my hubby Dan, toddled off up country- as he was an usher too!  He left me with the girls where they were getting ready at the rather swanky hairdressers ‘Barrie Stephen’, then we went back to get ready at Nicola’s empty house (she’s just moved out to sell it!) – this made for a nice clear backdrop though!

Family started filtering into the house to get ready as well as her wonderful dad who made us all bacon and egg baps.  There was a really lovely family orientated and relaxed atmosphere.  I was happy to hear the Groom made a (what I call) knock knock ginger visit in the morning too, leaving some beautiful roses and card on the doorstep.  Top marks on the romance Rossy!

The ceremony was taken by the same family friend, the delightful Mr Stuart Blenkinsopp, who did the wedding talk at his brothers wedding too.  He gave a fab illustration of marriage with the leaning tower of Pisa, I won’t go into it though – I’m trying not to make too much of an essay of my blogs!

For the couple shots we visited a corn field, which was a new type of location for me.  This was great fun and made for a really nice backdrop.  I never knew corn could be such an aphrodisiac- Ross and Nicola really got into it (possibly forgot I was there) but I won’t show you ALL the kissy photos!

After we had some fantastic food at the reception at Shearsby Bath, we cracked on with Usher and Bridesmaid shots.  I have a feeling the boys enjoyed this.  Although I did provide Ross with a little surprise – there’s a running joke with the Kinghorn boys that Ross works out to Oxygene by Jean Michel Jarre, so I brought a protable speaker along to get them into character – it worked as well, I ended up with Rossy the Hulk + numerous arms (possibly a new supervillan that Marvel comics could adopt?!)

This was a beautiful wedding for an absolutely beautiful couple and I am SO pleased we have won Nicola to live near our sleepy rolling hills of Powys.

I wish you all the best in your future together with lots of love and laughs…and of course we will add to that if you invite us round to dinner!  Love you guys!

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