I arrived to glorious sunshine and surprisingly warm temperatures, but first job was to scoot up to check on Kathryn's progress, and of course grab a few shots.
Meanwhile downstairs David and his best man were arriving, and lining up the Mini in pride of place for a photocall.
Below is a favourite shot mine showing Kathryn and her mum ready to head down and make their entrance for the ceremony, a lovely semi-silhouette.
Keara the bridesmaid was my new bestest friend. All day. :)
The registrars allowed us a few non-intrusive shots during the ceremony, and we got this lovely angle looking all the way down from the back.
Afterwards, Kathryn looked a little more relaxed!
We were so lucky with the weather, I had no trouble in convincing everybody to head outside while I climbed clumsily out of the bathroom window to get a nice elevated viewpoint.
After a few family shots, I got some time to float around and get some more informal shots of people enjoying the weather, before I put Kathryn & David back to work.
Years ago, we used to work really hard to avoid lens flare from the sun shining in our lenses, but I love that styles have changed so much that we actually positioned the couple the couple to backlight them, and catch some flare from the low November sun.
Eventually we headed inside for a warm-up, and to get a shot on the lovely staircase.
The picture below really deserves a decent caption, but really, I have no idea...
Check out the gorgeous conservatory that the wedding party occupied for their wedding breakfast, all cosy and comfy as dusk fell. Lovely.
Congratulations Kathryn & David!