Hayley and Brett,
I hope you are enjoying your extended honeymoon. Just a quick note to say thanks for having us along to your Cobham and Painshill Park wedding a couple of weeks ago. I loved Painshill and hope I get a chance to go back. Thanks for selecting a church with a professional vicar…one who let’s us do our job. Very refreshing. I loved how the girls arrived in a vintage bus and that the Bridesmaids had individual dresses. I loved how nervous Brett looked and the fact he had 4 Best Men. I loved Hayley’s dress…we arrived at calling it pinstripe (when it clearly wasn’t). I found it interesting that no one could every find Hayley before she got her dress on. I’m sure she can teleport! I loved how important your friends and family are to you. I also loved that Tentipee. What a great idea…or was it? You’ll have to fill me in. Here are a few more images from Hayley and Brett’s Painshill Park wedding in Cobham, Surrey.
Signs, signs, everywhere there’s signs
Popcorn AND a movie!
Crocheting a lifesize Hayley doll
“Start with a little YMCA and then do a mash up of S Club 7 “Don’t stop movin'” and “Ace of Spades” by Motorhead
Oh…this is what I had planned. You HAVE to believe me (we call that foreshadowing in the business)
The wheels and the bus ACTUALLY do go round and round
Foreshadowing revealed. I left this shot in their final set. I can’t actually remove an entire refuse truck. Oh the irony. What’s more, once he finally rolled off the intersection (he was stuck behind the big red bus after all) the next vehicle was a bright yellow City Link van. When it rains…it pours.
No bin men were going to ruin this one!
A orderly queue of suitors arrived in the unlikely event that Brett made a break for it
Like Lotso…just give him a hug!
Not entirely sure why he’s breathing the sigh of relief. He’s not the one who just got married!
Painshill or Mississippi?
Sit Ubu sit…good dog
Shortly before the A-Team destroyed said bridge
Who would trust this man?
Phwoah…if one can actually say that about a dinner space
And now a few from Darren
The message (that used to be) in a bottle
Sweet stuff as always D