Danielle & David

One of the sweetest couples I have worked with.  We worked over the winter and spring together on an engagement book too, so by the weding we knew each other pretty well.  This certainly helps on the wedding day.

Conveniently the church, St. Peter's, was only round the corner from Danielle's parent's house where she got ready.   This made things much easier on the day.

Danielle really looked so beautiful.   I have to mention that she passed her final accountancy exams, the results came in the day before her wedding!  Well done, that must have been such a weight off your mind.

The groomsmen met close by at the Longfrie for a quick drink before the short stroll to the church.

It is always a very moving time when the bride and her father walk up the aisle.

An Uncle of Danielle's gave a sermon, this was very personal, touching and much appreciated by all present.

Cupcakes outside the church made a welcome snack for some!

The reception was held at The Venue, the gardens at the Fermain Valley Hotel are always one of my favourites.  The weather was still and dry, quite perfect for a drinks reception outside before the meal.

This could be described as the decisive moment...

The speeches took place before food was served.

Special mention must be made of the wedding cake, specially made by the groom's mother.

All too soon the first dance was upon us, the day seemed to go quickly.

The following picture carries a health warning!

Danielle threw the bouquet so far the first time that it landed well behind the DJ, so we had a re-run.

The wonderful day drew to a close with the couple's last dance, surrounded by all their closest friends and family.  A fitting way to complete a great wedding.