Today we photographed our last wedding of the 2009 season for Helen and David at the picturesque church of St Mary's in Sprotbrough. We started the day at Helen's parents' house just a short journey from the church to capture some shots as Helen got ready for the ceremony with her bridesmaids, Lucinda and Gemma, who were great and really took care of Helen. Our next stop was at the church, where we met up with David and his attendants for their photographs. Thankfully, the predicted heavy rain didn't make an appearance - in fact, for December, the weather was pretty good and it meant that we could take the majority of the photographs outside. With no photography allowed by the vicar during the ceremony, we had previously arranged that we'd take Helen and David back inside afterwards so that they could have a few photographs inside the church. With the group photographs of the couple and their parents taken care of, we left for the reception at Hazlewood Castle where we made the most of the fading daylight for photographs around the venue. Our last shots were of the Great Hall dressed up ready for the wedding breakfast and photographs of Helen and David cutting the cake. With an unusually early finish to our coverage, we said goodbye to our lovely couple and to our 2009 wedding season. Thank you for choosing us to share your special day.
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