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Mr & Mrs Jones


The day started with a drive over the Pennines, through the fog and onto the M60. As I turned off at junction one and drove down the A34, I thought this was going to be an urban wedding. However, a short 5 minute drive revealed a long winding road that cut through pretty woodland. The trees parted, and Oddfellows, a beautiful manor house appeared. Ian and Lynette had certainly found a hidden gem.


As I set up my gear and said hello to the Groom (Ian) and his 2 sons Ian and Sam, I could tell it was going to be a great day. The pouring rain had stopped and for a brief moment the sun came out from behind the clouds. The beginning of the day is always filled with nerves and excitement - it's so lovely to witness.



As I chatted with the wedding party it was clear that everyone was excited to see the bride. The excitement grew as we headed over to the lawn for groups shots of the groomsmen. Then as the time approached it was time to for me to spend some time upstairs with the bridal party. The room was full of laughter and love. Lynette was her usual bubbly self, smiling from ear to ear, enjoying every minute.


And so, the time came for Lynnette to walk down the aisle...



Introducing Mr & Mrs Jones! After a beautiful ceremony we were lucky enough to catch a moment or two of sun as the guests all wandered outside onto the veranda for a glass of bubbly. I took this opportunity to sneak the newly weds away for a walk around the grounds before returning for the portrait shots.