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            Ami & Paul’s wedding

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            Today’s wedding venue was the stunning Pendley Manor Hotel in Tring, Heartfordshire.
            As I arrived well ahead of time I took the opportunity to join the hotels guests for a lavish feast in the breakfast room before making my way up to meet Ami.

            Ami and her mum were spending some quality time together as they both enjoyed the calm surroundings whilst being pampered with there hair and make up. I left the ladies to finish off getting ready whilst I made my way to meet up with Paul as he greeted the wedding guests for the start of the ceremony.

            Following the ceremony the wedding party made their way to the Peacock Lounge at Pendley Manor Hotel which over looked the hotel gardens where they enjoyed a drinks reception whilst watching the peacocks that freely roamed the hotel grounds. The guests were then seated to a wedding breakfast before joining the arrival of the evening guests to carry on the reception celebrations where all were treated to a hog roast and disco to see them through the night.

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            12th October 2014

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            Wow that was strange. I just wrote an incredibly long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyways, just wanted to say fantastic blog!

            We had the most amazing day and Robert contributing to this. Both Robert and Lisa were polite, friendly and listened to what we wanted. They made us feel relaxed and because of this we were able to enjoy our day throughout. Without a doubt I would recommend Robert for all photography requirements to capture every special milestone!

            Thank you so much Ami, it was a pleasure working with you both on the day and you both made me feel so welcome.

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