Emma and Luke married at Rowhill Grange {part two}

So, following on from part one, we join Emma and Luke at the beginning of their wedding breakfast for speeches. The light in the conservatory was great for photographs and hopefully I captured some of the emotion too.

But firstly, more of the knitting …

And the speeches. Now, in my experience, speeches often bring a tear to one’s eyes. But I have never seen a bride exclaim with such joy to see a package from “Timmy Towers” …

And with the groom shamelessly advertising a well known super store on the back on his note cards (along with other things which I promised I wouldn’t post …) …

And the best man opening a bottle of Ouzo to celebrate with his best friend …

These speeches were full of emotion and heartfelt thanks to all those who had helped Emma and Luke in their journeys. So, a little break whilst the bride and groom and their guests were enjoying their meal and then … torrential rain. Absolutely falling from the skies, flooding, torrential rain. So we positioned ourselves in the doorway of Rowhill Grange, with best man, Rob, holding an umbrella over me and we got these shots …

Of course, the boys had to have a go too … but I don’t think that they are as good looking as the girls …

Back inside for an alternative “groom and best man” shot …

And a couple more of the bride and groom …

And a special one with Emma and her granddad.

Time was matching swiftly on and evening guests were starting to arrive. The rain had cleared, thankfully, and the party spilled out onto the grounds in front of the Clockhouse Suite. Meet the stags and the hens …

And Usain Bolt … again.

After the cutting of the most gorgeous looking cake …

It was time for the first dance.

And also time for people to use the booth provided by shortfilmcompany.com to leave messages for the bride and groom. And to sing along too …

Even the bride and groom …

Congratulations again to you both. You looked amazing, Emma and Luke, your sense of humour is just great! Looking forward to sharing the rest of your images with you but hope that you’ve enjoyed looking through and sharing this blog with your family and friends. xx

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