Oh, I just don't know where to start ....
to try and put Meg and Adam's wedding day in to words seems an impossible task.
It was the best day, the most emotional day, the funnest day.
It was non-stop, it went too quick, I wish we could do it all over again.
All shared with our treasured and loved family and friends, all together in one place.
And .... it was sunny !
I know, in the wettest August ever we had the most perfect sunny day
... and the sun shone exactly when it was meant to.
In total the photographer took just under 400 photos,
here are just a few.
Our three beautiful girls ready to go.
One proud, and very smart, Dad.
One last quick family photo when we arrived at Wick Farm.
The utterly beautiful Wick Farm.
The barn itself is so perfect that all that was needed were fairy lights on the beams
and on my big wicker heart in the wall alcove,
big jugs of Summer flowers,
candle jars and lanterns
and the simplest of bunting.
The vintage suitcase, suitably dressed for the occasion,
was placed on a table by the door
decorated with photos of Meg and Adam
and loved ones that we wished could be with us.
and tissues ready to hand for those teary moments.
There were smiles and tears,
and memorable moments.
Meg was christened by my Dad and now here she was with Adam
being blessed by him at their wedding.
Confetti was thrown ...
air was punched !
Sensible photos were taken ...
along with the fun ones
the barn was being transformed in to a dining room.
The knitted rose garland was hung
and tables were beautifully laid.
Homemade carrot cakes were piled high
and favours were opened.
Speeches were all before the meal
so that everyone could relax and enjoy themselves
and that's exactly what we did.
more photos were taken ....
and we all got a little bit blurry round the edges.
The best day ......