Dad's last moment with 'his girl'
       
     
Vintage photography, back to the 1920's!
       
     
Close on the dancefloor
       
     
Tear of joy at Shrewsbury Castle
       
     
Mother of the bride with 'the dress'
       
     
A moment to take it all in
       
     
VW camper van
       
     
Hugging on the dance floor!
       
     
Cat acted the Master of Ceremonies
       
     
Dad's last moment with 'his girl'
       
     
Dad's last moment with 'his girl'

Eye contact between father and bride in the carriage before going to the ceremony.

Vintage photography, back to the 1920's!
       
     
Vintage photography, back to the 1920's!

Mold Registry Office was the perfect background for this vintage wedding. The Rolls Royce helped a bit too!!

Close on the dancefloor
       
     
Close on the dancefloor

Enjoying the moment on the dance floor at Wrenbury Hall.

Tear of joy at Shrewsbury Castle
       
     
Tear of joy at Shrewsbury Castle

Always best to keep some paper hankies handy ready at the wedding ceremony, and it is often not the bride who needs them! A Shrewsbury Castle wedding.

Mother of the bride with 'the dress'
       
     
Mother of the bride with 'the dress'

What a very special day for Mum. So much pride and joy going and that wedding dress is so beautiful, for a beloved daughter. Taken Wrenbury Hall.

A moment to take it all in
       
     
A moment to take it all in

...and of course each other! Taken in the bridal suit at Wrenbury Hall.

VW camper van
       
     
VW camper van

Great wedding and portrait photographs are often not posed and catching a more relaxed moment also makes an excellent 'in the moment' image.

Hugging on the dance floor!
       
     
Hugging on the dance floor!

The newlyweds first dance when the wedding begins to really relax always makes for a great 'in the moment' photograph. This was taken at The Belle Epoque in Knutsford.

Cat acted the Master of Ceremonies
       
     
Cat acted the Master of Ceremonies

Here at Barnutopia near Oswestry the farm cat was part of the mement!