A few personal highlights from this wedding……Watching the very brave guests have the group shot whilst it was hailing (very funny) Mr & Mrs B’s choreographed first dance, the very eager lady leaping for the bouquet and one of our favorite bands filling the dancefloor during the evening reception 🙂
Congratulations Sara & Chris, thanks for inviting us x
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When I first met Maxine and she told me her plan for the wedding, i thought to myself ‘THIS SOUNDS AMAZING’ we have a Masquerade Ball in a Tower with 70’s music performed by Odyssey & Gwen Dickey 🙂
Myself and Adam (Bosey) from DFC were smiling all the way through ‘Native New Yorker’ such a great party! Brides Little Helper once again did a great job of decorating Hoghton Tower for Mr & Mrs Roche which gave both me and ClickClickBang Photography plenty to shoot.
We had an interesting event with a Fire Engine which i will save for the feature film and those masked men on the dance floor is probably one of the strangest shots i have ever captured this year!
Congratulations Maxine & Chris, thanks for having me 🙂
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Once we found out that Ash is a huuugggee Friends fan, all the old catchphrases came out which had us in stitches during the Portrait session with Nick English Photography (great working with you buddy)
The party at Stanley House kicked off early thanks to The Best Singing Waiters who entertained their guests from the meal until the evening reception, watching these guys really confirms to me how important it is to have good entertainment on your BIG DAY 🙂
What a fantastic couple to spend the day with, Congratulations Mr & Mrs Boyce, thanks for having me x
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Sarah & Adam’s wedding at Brockholes Nature Reserve had a perfect mix of beauty, tears, fab weather, great locations and a full on P-A-R-T-Y to end the day.
Sarah and her girls all arrived in style and looking fab with their stunning bouquets from Lilybets Flowers, myself and James Jebson were ready to capture a glorious day in the sun, Sam Fitton was on hand to WOW the crowds with his magic and Andy Murphy kept the dance floor pumping all night!
You can find a Behind the Scenes clip from the evening reception by clicking the link below 🙂
There is a much longer story to Lisa & Nicks wedding and I won’t go into great detail about but let’s just say ‘Practice Makes Perfect’
Daisy, who you can see at the end of the trailer, was one of my challenges on the day. During the bridal preparations she was quite shy in front of the camera but by the time we came to the interview section, she was helping me explain to the guests what they had to do and was very willing to perform numerous takes of the clip we used, I will have to upload the other takes at some point (again, practice makes perfect)
I’m getting to know the ‘Barrowford Crew’ quite well now and this is the second time I have filmed Ash as a best man (you can find the first here). The ceremony and reception all took place at The Alma Inn, it was my first time shooting there and I have to say, I liked it alot!
I’m sure that Mr Alderson will not mind me mentioning the tears, but as he said in his speech “there was something in my eye and I definitely was not crying”
An emotional, funny and brilliant wedding is what I witnessed that day and I will finish by stealing 3 words from the Groom…
“We Made It”
P.S, congratulations to Lisa on her new job, i hope this trailer adds to your week 🙂