De Vere Horwood Wedding – Hannah & Martin

Saturday just gone saw Hannah and Martin tie the knot at the lovely venue that is Horwood House! I started at the Manor House itself in the morning, covering the bridal prep and got to know some of the immediate family. With the groom being ready well ahead of time at the venue I made my way down to fill him with confidence that Hannah was upstairs and indeed fully intending to go ahead with the marriage! This didn’t seem to calm poor Martins nerves but we had a laugh and took many photos outside the back of the house. Even the bridesmaids got stuck in taking photos from the upstairs bay windows as Martin and the rest of his groomsmen posed for fun!
Hannah looked stunning and I commented on her having a striking resemblance to the young Lorraine Baines McFly from the back to the future films. Coincidently I learnt that Hannah had actually sent Martin a lego back to the future Delorean the night before the wedding to take his mind away from getting nervous!

The ceremony was as lovely as ever and except for a small music hiccup (iPod wouldn’t play) it all went smoothly. We even got a little history lesson on Horwood!
It wasn’t long before I realised that we were all in very good hands as the room was packed with paramedics and dental nurses. Should any of the guests fainted at the emotional sight of these two lovely people getting married, then we were well and truly covered! Fortunately this did not happen but it was nice to know we had medical help so close at hand!

The weather held out till around 3 o’clock with was ironically just when we were finishing the one on one shots! Horwood as ever looked after the guests and myself very well and I’d like to thank them for that!

The day finished up with a beautiful first dance and we got a stunning photo out of the front of the Manor House using a clever piece of tech that I won called a ‘Pixelstick’!

Please raise and glass and congratulate Hannah and Martin on their new lives together as Mr and Mrs!

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