{Mr & Mrs Long} Pennington Church & Rathvale Farm {2 August 2014}

This was the beautiful setting for Maisie & Geoff’s Wedding. They got married in Pennington Church just a short drive down the road and returned to their home to host their Reception.

I met with Maisie and her bridesmaid while they were getting ready. I could instantly tell how much time, planning and thought had gone into the day. I took photos of all the little details while capturing the final preparations too.

Maisie’s dress was beautiful, especially the detail at the back.

Her daughter Caitlin was always around with a smile on her face or doing little jobs to help along the way!   

With a piper to welcome guests into the church, it brought a brilliant atmosphere. I think Maisie’s Dad especially enjoyed the sound as they walked down the aisle hand in hand. 

Geoff waiting paitently at the top of the aisle for the arrival of his wife to be! I love capturing this moment and was lucky enough to be allowed to capture it in the church.

With their children, family and friends all watching Maisie & Geoff said their vows and became Mr & Mrs Long!

Alex wanted to make sure they had signed in all the right places! 🙂

As they walked out of the church as Husband & Wife the rain had sadly began, we took the opportunity to take some family photos inside the church.

Two very happy faces!

As we arrived at Rathvale I captured all the little details that made up the brilliant marquee reception!

With a short break in the rain we made a quick dash outside to take some photographs. With a full team of Usher’s on board it was an easy task not getting the dress wet!

Caitlin looked so cute holding her Mum’s dress for her as welcome drinks and food was served and photographs were taken!

As the meal was coming to a close the rain passed and the sun shone brightly outside. It was a beautiful afternoon and time for the speeches!

As I left Maisie & Geoff surrounded by their friends and family on the top table I knew they were going to continue to have a brilliant evening.

It was a pleasure to capture their wedding and I wish you all the best for your future as Mr & Mrs Long!


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