Wow! Were Keren and David lucky! A snowy post-Christmas wedding which wasn’t too cold and had fresh, blue sky! Good job guys!
They’d chosen Inglewood Manor to host their perfect winter wedding and the bridal preparation room was lit with winter sunlight as I arrived. What a stunningly beautiful day to be married!
Keren and her family and friends started their day together with hair and makeup (and a lot of hairspray!) as their guests stated to arrive downstairs. David was keeping them all occupied as the girls donned dresses and Keren looked amazing in the window light, looking out over the grounds.
And then it was time!
The bride walked down the aisle with her father at her side, proud as can be, to a waiting groom. Ceremonies are usually around 25 minutes long but seem to be over in a flash; theirs was no exception. Soon they were pronounced man and wife and were signing the legal document.
After they exited, they were greeted with happy guests, hugs, kisses and plenty of smiles before a surprise turned up – a horse and cart which was taking them for a quick drive. The kids were incredibly excited as they drove away, leaving the guests to take photos and chat.
When they returned, I was keen to take advantage of the beautiful sunlight which was slowly setting and, after a group shot of everyone, I took the couple for their wedding portraits in the beautiful sunlit and wintery gardens of Inglewood Manor.
Once inside again it was time to greet their guests for dinner and to in turn be greeted to the wedding breakfast as man and wife. Soon after it was time for the nerves to set in for the speeches and the families and friends did a fantastic job of entertaining their guests.
After one last trip to the bar and some chatting, it was time to hand over to the DJ for the first dance and for their friends and family to join then…
… but there was still time for one last quick shot outdoors.