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Louise & Gary’s wedding at Statham Lodge was another one of those days were the autumnal light and colours really added to the special feel of the day and once again we were working alongside the charming Martin from Martin Hambleton Photography. His images from the day will be on Martin’s blog soon.
Louise and her bridesmaids got ready together in the grand Roulette Room at Statham Lodge. There was lots of space and a little side sitting room were the girls could chill out. Louise had chosen a stunning Pronovias dress and fabulous Jimmy Choo shoes and handbag. The colour scheme for the day was black and white with the senior bridesmaids in black cocktail dresses. The only accent of colour was in the aubergine calla lilies in the floral arrangements that looked almost black from About Flowers Florists.
As a surprise for Gary, Louise had arranged for him, the bestman and their little son to be collected from home by a VW Camper Van from Cheshire Camper Van Hire. Gary wore a navy Paul Smith suit and Archie-Bruce had a little matching one which he wore with cool Batman Converse. While Louise didn’t mind Gary being relaxed and not wearing a tie she drew the line at letting Gary wear converse too. Poor Gary was ribbed all day by everyone about not wearing a tie. The groomsmen by contrast were very smart in tuxedos, but if you can’t do want you want to on your wedding day when can you? Before the ceremony Gary and the guests congregated in the bar area were the ushers gave out pins in aid of the Lung Cancer charity, bought by Louise & Gary on behalf of all the guests.
The wedding ceremony was held in the beautifully light Shelley Suite, with the sun streaming through the windows. The Endymion String Quartet played as Louise walked down the aisle. Gary was so nervous that he waited for the very last second to turn around and look at Louise, but when he did they both burst into beaming smiles. After the ceremony the weather was crisp but the sun shone and the drinks reception was on the Carriage Drive.
The wedding breakfast was in the spacious Gainsborough Suite. The speeches were first and Amber their daughter gave a very emotional speech on behalf of herself and little brother. Louise & Gary had very kindly arranged a table in the bar for us to have the same three course meal as the guests and we even had favours with our names on, which was incredibly sweet of them to do!
After the wedding breakfast before retiring to the bar Louise & Gary cut the cake with a little help from Archie–Bruce & Amber. The evening guests arrived together on an old fashioned red double decker bus. The evening reception was back in the transformed Gainsborough Suite where Hipswing Entertainments had set up a sparkling LED dance floor. There was a chocolate fountain for the kids and Scottish band The Strides covered Pulp’s amazing Something Changed for Louise & Gary’s first dance. The band performed a non-stop set until midnight, so there was lots of dancing under the mirror ball.
Here are a few stills taken from Louise & Gary’s wedding film.
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