Friday, 4 December 2009

Wedding Photographer Hazlewood Castle

Adele and David's wedding at Hazlewood Castle on 28 November 2009

This morning we were greeted with miserable weather - heavy rain and the kind of dismal sky that tells you that the rain isn't going to stop any time soon! We'd resigned ourselves to taking most of the photographs indoors but arriving at Hazlewood Castle for Adele's preparations, the rain had stopped - perfect timing! After spending an enjoyable hour or so with Adele as she got ready, we headed off across the courtyard to meet David, who by now was sporting his fabulous Gordon tartan kilt. He and his attendants looked fantastic and we had great fun with them during their photography session, before going back to our stunning bride and her proud dad, Mike, a few minutes before the ceremony in the lovely St Leonard's chapel. In true Scottish fashion, Adele was "piped" into the ceremony, which was conducted by Matthew who had been specially invited by the couple to do the honours. Afterwards, with the group shots in the bag and lots of laughter between us, Adele and David and their fantastic families, we were left with the remaining daylight and our great couple for some romantic photographs of them together around their fabulous venue. Adele and David were brilliant to work with and although was cold, we were all so grateful that it stayed dry so that we could make the most of the backdrops of Hazlewood for their photographs. After the speeches, the wedding breakfast and some stunning night shots in the courtyard, Adele and David hit the dance floor to "Together in Electric Dreams." Thank you to you both for asking us to share you big day and also for the call which Adele made to us on Monday morning when she surely had better things to do! Adele - that call meant the world to us - thank you so much. We hope you are having a fabulous honeymoon in New Zealand and we look forward to hearing from you when you return home for Christmas.

Hazlewood Castle wedding photographer

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