Rosie and James asked me to travel down from Scotland to be their marquee wedding photographer in Hertfordshire. I jumped at the chance because I love a marquee wedding and it was in my old stomping ground; I was born about 10 miles from their village.
The setting for the service was a classic English Coblestone Church. It was followed by the reception in the back garden of the most gorgeous thatched village house. I felt for James when I ducked under the low beams that cross every room because he is very tall and will struggle to stand up straight whenever he visits the inlaws!
The sound of leather on willow could be heard over the hedge as the village cricket team were put through their paces. The stage was set for a perfect day….. and I wasn’t disappointed.
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Did you notice the jewellery? It was made by the groom, James Veale.