Richard & Liz’s Wedding Day

The Tythe Barn, Launton – Oh, such a perfect day

 

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The anticipation had been building for weeks and finally Richard & Liz’s big day arrived on the 19th November.  I won’t beat around the bush, these two are totally bonkers. We’d had great fun mucking around at The Tythe Barn in Launton a couple of weeks before and I knew their day was going to be one to remember.  It all started perfectly with bright blue skies, chilly but gorgeous.  Liz made the rather splendid decision to stay in The Dovecote at Manor Farm next to the barn and that’s where I found her that morning, surrounded by her ladies.  Much beautifying occurred and merriment/sandwiches were had by all.  In the meantime, back at The Barn the lovely boys did a conga for me and showed off their personalised socks with pride.  The groom seemed relaxed and ready, the bride seemed relaxed and….late.  But soon she was galloping down the aisle and the rest is history, preserved with love by me and my camera of course.  This was one of those weddings where I really was sad to leave.  These lovebirds had simply invited me to photograph their wedding but as I left I felt like one of the family.  I’ll never forget this day and I wish Richard and Liz all the happiness they deserve.

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Comments

  1. Kelly,

    You are simply the best, we’d of loved you to stay for the evening, if only I’d known you were sad to leave!

    Bonkers just about sums us up, and I think your photo’s demostrate that perfectly! Was I really that late?!!!

    Kelly you’re a one in a million photographer and one hell of a special lady, and if I may, someone I consider to be a friend.

    Speak soon

    Liz xxx

  2. Lesley Desborough says:

    What a lovely message from Liz. Makes it all worthwhile – the hard work and the thought that goes into your pictures definitely pays off. Well done, Kelly, you deserve all the success you get. Love you loads, Mum and Dad (and we’re not biased at all). x x x x