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It gets a little difficult to take pictures when you are wiping an emotional tear or two away but that’s what I’ve undertaken the past few weekends when a couple of dear friends have finally tied the knot (although not to each other…).

I met Nick about 6 years ago and have many happy memories that this blog doesn’t have room (or licence) for.  I was so excited that he asked me to photograph the wedding – I hadn’t even met his fiancé at this point as it had all been a rather whirlwind affair starting on the dance floors of the London Scottish reeling clubs.  I was utterly charmed when I met Pip – she lights up the room with a smile that seems unending.  And that smile, along with Nick’s stayed firmly put from the moment I arrived at her mother’s house in Tisbury to the final twirls on the dance floor back at Nick’s beautiful family home at Milton on Stour.

The ceremony took place at the spectacular Palladian style New Wardour Castle which discretely houses a rather grand and cavernous Roman Catholic chapel.

After the ceremony the guests went on ahead Nick and Pip had some time together with me for photos and then a leisurely drive back to the house, after a quick champagne stop, where the guests were waiting for the car to pull in and shower them with confetti.  With the sun out everyone was able to mingle on the lawn over champagne and canapés for a couple of hours before heading into the marquee as the sun dropped.  The speeches were, and I know I am biased but, nothing short of excellent.  Heartfelt, honest, funny and utterly endearing.  Cue more tears…

The full album of images with all the guest pictures are here.  The password is Mason.

I can’t wait to see the new Mr and Mrs Mason back in London very soon xxx












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