Julie and Peter – the full story of their wedding day

Julie and Peter’s wedding was my first of the year and may be the most important wedding that I have photographed. The joy and laughter and pure delight will stay with me forever.

It all started on a bright day in March at Croydon Town Hall – the bride and groom arrived in a beautiful car which had been organised by Julie’s work colleagues …

And then there were the hugs and kisses all round!

Then it was quickly on to the most important matter of the day … a wedding!

Peter didn’t look at all nervous … and, before you knew it, they were husband and wife!

We had time for a few shots in the nearby park before whizzing off to Coombe Lodge where the wedding breakfast was being held.

The conservatory was wonderfully light and airy and had been superbly decorated too, with lots of lovely little touches, such as handwritten table details …

And time for a few more special portraits, particularly of Julie and her gorgeous daughters …

Not forgetting, of course, the groom!

And more kisses – although this time a little more reluctant …

And Julie looking absolutely stunning!

It was nearly time for the wedding breakfast to start so Julie and Peter decided to cut the cake … in front of the paparazzi!

Indeed, there were lots of photographers at the wedding, from young to … not so young!

The light in the conservatory made taking candid shots very easy … although I think I was spotted once or twice …

And some time for games in the garden too.

And I mentioned laughter …

With much love to you both and thank you to everyone for making me feel such an important part of your celebrations. xx

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