Caroline and Dan held their fabulous wedding at St Werburghs Church in Spondon, and that's where I caught up with the chaps just readying themselves for the photo call.
Having spotted Dan's shoes early on, we couldn't miss getting a shot to show them off in their full glory.
Caroline arrived with her mum looking stunning, and this was the first time I actually saw her, as I was banned from getting any 'before' photographs at the house!
We shot a posey picture to show off the vintage Rolls, and then it was off to be wed, battling the wind all the way!
Revd. Julian is fabulous - just about as accomodating and helpful as any church official could be. It's great that he doesn't forget whose day it really is, and, as long as we don't cause any fuss, he allows us to discreetly capture this great angle just after the vows.
It's just lovely when everybody works together to provide the best day for the Bride & Groom.
After the ceremony we headed out for a few shots in the grounds of the church, and by the gates we got together a fab confetti throwing shot.
The image below is actually shot in the garden of a residential care home right next door to the church and we think it looks fantastic!
We arrived over at Breadsall Priory and had a grand time wandering around to make the most of gardens and scenery despite the grey skies and threatening rain...
Inside, everything was all set and looking splendid.
It was those same threatening rain clouds that got us my favourite and most dramatic shot of the day...
Soon enough we headed inside for warmth and safety from the impending storm...
Congratulations Caroline & Dan!