‘Oh my Goooooood!!! We love them!! They’re amazing and we love the blog too!! Thank you so much!!’ – Charlotte and Dan by email
‘They are so great, having such a fab time looking at them all and reliving the memories from last week! It’s gone so quickly and it’s so amazing to see these photos!’ – Second email from Charlotte and Dan
‘The post arrived yesterday and we LOVE them! Thanks again – cannot describe how great they are!’ – Third email from Charlotte and Dan
Some weddings have a Master of Ceremonies. Charlotte and Dan’s Gate Street Barn wedding had Drinks Masters. Lots and lots of Drinks Masters…and they were extremely professional in their work. In short, it was one HELL of a party.
It all started for Charlotte and her friends & family a few minutes away from Gate Street Barn at Slades Farm. This was HQ, Base Camp where they all got made up and ready for the big day ahead. Once dresses were on it was time for a quiet get together with the girls in the private room at GSB while the guests filed into the ceremony room to take their seats. It was a beautiful ceremony with a good old sing-a-long to get people in the mood for the party ahead.
Lawn games, drinks, and canapes were the backdrop to reception and then it was BBQ time for the wedding breakfast. Right up my street and one of the many perks of being a wedding photographer! 🙂 The drinking games during dinner (egged on by the Drinks Masters) got the party swinging and after I had take the couple outside for a few shots during ‘Golden Hour’ it was time to get the party going – courtesy of Michael G Moore aka Michael ‘Jukebox’ Moore. He really will play anything you want. Anything. And you have to see it to believe how just one man and a piano can rock a building off its foundations….truly awesome which pretty much sums up the whole day as well as Charlotte & Dan obviously.
Congratulations guys, and thanks for having me along!