The wally with a brolly – Carole and Peter’s wedding at Hadlow Manor {sneak peek}

“Finding love later in life” … those words resonated with all of the guests and family of Carole and Peter who donned their finest black tie suits and cocktail dresses and joined them for their wedding celebration at Hadlow Manor on Saturday. Although the sun tried hard, it didn’t manage to break through but the rain stayed away until the early evening by which time the wedding breakfast was well underway.

I’m posting a different set of sneak peek images for Carole and Peter … they are blessed with children who have all joined together to create a happy and welcoming family. So I thought I would share some of the group shots that we took …

And of the bride and groom:

And Janet. Oh Janet, such a delightful and engaging laugh, I just had to include you!

When a groom has his sons as his best men, you can be sure that there are one or two little snippets about him that made the entire room dissolve into laughter. And when the bride speaks about the support and love that she has received from her friends and now from her husband’s family, tears were close by. And the story about the “wally with the brolly” – just a classic!

Thank you all for making me feel so incredibly welcome, for braving the damp conditions for the outside shots, to the group who wanted to jump for their picture … all in all, a brilliant and very satisfying wedding day indeed. Congratulations to you both and I’ll be working to edit your wedding as quickly as I possibly can!

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