The bridal prep’s started off at the family home in Cippenham Slough. The champagne was flowing in the garden as the sun was shining and the make-up artist was busy doing the brides preps in the conservatory. A selection of fresh bacon and sausage butties were delivered by the local restaurant for the bridal party to tuck into, and boy did they go down a treat.
Louise was very calm and relaxed at the start of the bride prep’s after having her make-up done first, it seemed only five minutes later before the hair was finished and the dress was on. I took a few final shots in the room and then made my way over to All Saints Church in Boyn Hill, Maidenhead where the groom was patiently waiting. The bride arrived at the church to be greeted we a quick shower of rain but it only lasted five minutes, so nothing to spoil the day as we were soon all inside to enjoy the wedding ceremony.
With the exchanging of vows and rings complete along with the quick rain shower, we made our way back outside to capture some group shots, before we all made our way to our final venue, the Polish Association Club over at Slough for the evening reception. The reception had a very personal touch with all the family lending a helping hand to decorate the place the night before, and even staying there until midnight to get it finished. The cake was made by a family member and looked amazing, so all in all a very personal wedding. It wasn’t long for the disco to start and the evening celebrations to begin.
After the first dance the bride and groom even get a chance to get into the photo booth for a quick snap or two before mingling with the guests, such a happy couple and I wish the night could have gone on forever.