{Beverley & Gary Robinson} 17 Feb 2012

Like most things these days you find out news from Facebook….. and this is where I first noticed that Beverley and Gary had got engaged. I was delighted to then receive a call from them only a week or so later to discuss their Wedding Photography. With the wedding date set at the 17 February 2012 this left them only a few months to plan the whole wedding.

A couple of weeks before Christmas I met up with Beverley and Gary for their Pre Wedding Photo Shoot. We picked a cold but beautiful winters’ day and spent an hour at Coniston Lake capturing some photographs for their guestbook.

 

 

On the morning of the 17 February, Bev, her bridesmaids and her Mum all began to get ready at the Swan Hotel, Newby Bridge. I had a wonderful assistant to help me out for the day and we couldn’t wait to start photographing the special day.

 

 

 

As 3pm drew closer, the rain clouds that has been so well behaved all morning rebelled! However this didn’t matter as Beverley’s Dad has organised a special surprise for her….

 

As all the guests gathered together it was time for Bev and Gary to become Mr. & Mrs Robinson. Beverley speeded up the isle to be greeting by her husband to be.

After the service Bev & Gary enjoyed some time together with a trip in the horse and carriage, even despite the rain we then managed to get a few photographs of the new Mr and Mrs Robinson.

 

 

After a collection of group photographs it was time for the speeches and my favourite part of the day to photograph. When I went to show Bev and Gary their wedding photographs they were so pleased that I had captured all the happy moments of their special day. They said that they wanted everyone just to have fun and have smiles on there faces which I think my photographs show.

 

 

As the guests started to arrive for the night doo, it was time for Bev & Gary’s first dance as Husband and Wife…..

I know I say this about every wedding I have photographed but it really was a pleasure to be part of Bev & Gary’s wedding day. Everywhere I looked, their friends and family were as happy as they both were. I enjoyed every second photographing their special day. 

I wish you all the best in your married life together as Mr. & Mrs Robinson.

I also want to take the opportunity to thank Karli Harrsion, who very kindly helped me out on the day. Her work is amazing and you can see some of her photographs from the day on her website –  http://www.karliharrisonphotography.com/#!

Samantha Knott - March 28, 2012 - 4:01 pm

Beautiful! x

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