I kid you not, these guys jaws must have been aching the next day, they smiled that much! We’ve attended hundreds of weddings worldwide, and hands down, without a doubt, the happiest couple we’ve had the pleasure of photographing. Their contagious personalities projected onto our team and being bold, I can say it’s one of my favourite weddings to date.
St Johns the Evangelist Church
Fire Two & Ice Two
Usually, our editing style is less saturated and vibrant. Millie and Ross needed colour! We could not, by any means, tone down the happiness captured throughout the day.
Ross Cried… A Lot! It’s our company standard to capture both bride and groom reactions at the first look. Traditionally, the first look is usually at the ceremony in the UK. American’s do it slightly different where the first look is usually excluded from the rest of the family/guests making it more personal. Do you want a personal first look? Go against the grain and request a secluded first look no matter what country you’re in.
KISS THE BRIDE!
The longest confetti line in the history of confetti lines! 100 people, forming 2 lines with just enough room for Millie and Ross to walk through. Hand thrown confetti and confetti cannons eclipsed the couple as they walked from the ceremony, now married!
The most memorable part, for us, was Ross writing and performing a song at the reception. Everyone stood in amazement after Ross took Millie’s hand, walked her to the dance floor and sat her in a chair. The live music started and Ross belted out this incredible love song which brought Millie to tears. Good tears! Ross, bravo my friend. Pure class! For all the future grooms reading this, going above and beyond for your newlywed on the day is mandatory!