Tuesday, July 07, 2009

WONDERFUL WEDDING ON A RAINY DAY!

Hi Everyone

I have blogged about this fabulous Wedding a little more below these photos! The couple's gorgeous little Daughter was one of the Bridesmaids - so beautiful! The Bride and Groom - Toni and Jon - were very generous hosts and they totally spoiled their guests. The Champagne flowed, the flowers were sumptuous, the delicious food in abundance and the totally naughty puddings were such a temptation - see photo below.











So yes the heatwave seems to be over for now - back with some rain. I just wanted to blog about a Wedding we photographed on 6 June. Yes it rained. Weather is not personal. The detailed planning of the Wedding by the couple - Toni and Jon - shone through. I was so impressed by the attention to every detail and I know that the lovely Toni had a very big part in the planning. We were at St Giles in Shrewsbury and then after at Stokes Barns near Much Wenlock, Shropshire. The Barns are a great venue to have a personal, bespoke Wedding - the marquee is placed a long way from the farmhouse and loads of bunkhouse accommodation is available and lots of surrounding land.
Toni and Jon put on a very entertaining evening for everyone with specially brought in acts and also a great band - Acid Jam - and the Bride even sang with the Band - she had kept her fantastic voice a secret from us and perhaps a few other people! We put up the Fun Wall for the evening too and that was very much enjoyed by everyone and I thought I would just put the last photograph on of a lovely lady who seemed to defy the law of gravity! A great time was had by all!
Get in touch if you are planning your Wedding - we have a few dates left this Autumn and the main dates for next Summer are being booked. I was surprised to see that enquiries were fewer whist Wimbledon was on and now I have a dozen or more just come in! Love it!
Warm regards. Julia
01938 570069
julia@spinningyourdreams.co.uk
















































































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