{Gemma & Chris Park} 8 June 2013 {St James Church Millom & Chequers Hotel Dalton}

I’m starting Gemma & Chris’s blog with a photo from their Pre Wedding Shoot. We had to re-schedule the shoot on numerous occasions due to the bad weather then finally one sunny evening we managed to get some lovely photographs in the woods and river near Broughton. I remember joking that they were saving all the good weather for their wedding day!

So on Saturday 8th June I woke up and looked out the window to find bright blue skies and the sun out! It turned out to be one of the hottest and nicest days of the year so far! 

Gemma got ready and her parents house with all her bridesmaids. It was a lovely relaxed morning and it wasn’t long before all the girls were ready!

Doesn’t she look beautiful! 

Gemma’s bridesmaids wore beautiful blue dresses which looked gorgeous on everyone and really stood out for the photos! 

One last photo as a Fry! 

Look at the smile on their faces as Gemma reached the end of the isle. 

It’s official – Mr & Mrs Park! 

We managed to stop off on route to the reception for a lovely photo overlooking the estuary. There wasn’t a cloud in the sky!

When we reached Chequers in Dalton all the guests stayed outside to enjoy the sun. We took some family photographs in the garden but it was so hot we decided to do the rest later in the evening. 

The blue colour theme looked amazing in the Castle suite at Chequers.

Gemma had even organised a very special birthday cake for her new husband’s 30th ! 

Time for the speeches! Gemma’s Dad, the Bestman and Parko  had everyone laughing….or crying!

Once the sun had got lower in the sky I took Gemma & Chris back out into the grounds of Chequers for some couples photos.

Making sure the boys weren’t left out it was time for their group photo too! 

Congratulations again to Gemma & Chris. It was lovely to be part of your special day and everyone throughout the day made me feel so welcome. 

 Best wishes for the future as the new Mr & Mrs Park! 

xxx

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