Anna & Rob at the Paintworks

Seagull photobomb

Anna & Rob married at Bristol Register Office bright and early on Saturday morning. They walked in together, facing married life together head on.

Starting as you mean to go on.

As the couple live in London, we hadn’t managed to meet them before the big day. It’s always lovely when you get a true sense of what the bride and groom are like from the choices they have made. There was no cookie cutter wedding choices this day. I loved it.

The vows

The weather was a little bit miserable on Saturday morning (it improved massively later on in the day). With this in mind, we did all the groups indoors and then got everyone on the steps for a quick flurry of confetti.

Confetti

We stole the newleyweds off to Castle Park for some private photos.

Tender moment/trying not to laugh
Love in the Aliums
Reflections
Castle Park was in full bloom
Seagull photobomb

The Evening Reception was in the fabulous Paintworks Event Space. It’s a warehouse you can truly make your own. Every wedding we’ve ever done there has been different and we love it.

The details
Guests enjoying themselves
Anna's friends from Sweden
The speeches were a hoot
Sunset, the light was beautiful
A surprise performance from the bride's friends.
The Ceilidh

 Both of Anna’s dresses were non-traditional but beautiful. I know I’m not supposed to have favourites, but her dusky blue laser cut prom dress was just stunning.

There was plenty to keep the guests entertained. The buffet went down a treat, followed by a pub quiz (challenging to say the least, I hope us helping a few people out was not considered cheating!). The ceilidh was great and everyone was up dancing, apart from one little one who was upset she wasn’t allowed to join in.

 

2 Comments

  1. Lorraine Roffey says:

    Wonderful photos, great comments.

  2. Roger Lundblad says:

    Beautiful! A lovely couple surrounded by family and friends, having the time of their lives. I wish you all the best.
    The photographer did a superb job.

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