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Friday, 27 January 2012

Tara & Ian's Wedding At Breadsall Priory

It was a slightly cloudy but otherwise perfect autumn day for Tara & Ian's civil wedding at the Marriott Breadsall Priory back in October.

'Purple' and 'Cars' were to be the theme of the day, but oddly, no purple cars. Anyway, we dropped in to see the ladies in the morning to check up on progress, and the shot below of Tara, her mum, and bridesmaids pretty much sets the mood for the whole day.

We grabbed a lovely moment when Ian sent over a shot of the Ford Mustang to prove it was all ready for picking Tara up later on. That's one bouncy bride-to-be!

These are some seriously funky shoes. Respect due.

We continued the petrolhead theme when shooting the guys over at Breadsall, who happily posed with the Sierra Cosworth they arrived in.

This was soon to be joined by a very swift looking Ford Focus carrying Tara's bridesmaids.

Tara outdid them all though, when she arrived, growling and grumbling down the long Breadsall driveway in a stunning Ford Mustang.

It was soon time to be concentrating on other things as everybody got ready for the ceremony.

After the wedding, we took a walk out in to the gardens for some photographs, and the couple's lively dogs joined us for a run around too!

Tara didn't want to ignore those lovely cars for too long though, and I just had to get a shot with the colour coded umbrellas that were brought along in case of rain.

We even took a little drive away from the main building to get a shot with a view of the priory, before Tara and Ian were whisked away for a spin round and some time to relax for a while.

We soon put them back to work when they arrived back and took a little time to get some nice relaxed looking shots of them together, making the most of the lovely Autumnal colour everywhere.

There seemed an over-abundance of great confetti throwing shots, so rather than have to choose just one, we decided on a montage. 

Tara and Ian, we had a wonderful time sharing your day with you, thanks for having us along and being great subjects. Congratulations!

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