Bournemouth Wedding – Daniel & Gina Get Married

This year has flown by for me and it has also been my busiest to date,

Another gorgeous wedding awaited and it was the turn of Daniel and Gina who were getting married at St Andrews Church in Kinson.

The weather was playing up but that did not stop us we had job to do. Rachel was off to meet the ladies and I headed to meet the men before the ceremony.

It would be my first wedding at St Andrews Church and I was excited to see how the renovations had progressed. After the prep shots and a few beers had been finished we all meet back up for the ceremony. a

The weather was still miserable however we pressed on and the most of the refurbished church which looked stunning. It had some of the best lighting I have seen in a church so we opted for family and group shots inside whilst it continued to poor it down.

We then headed over to Cobham sports club where a family friend had made the most stunning wedding reception for Gina & Daniel. Speeches, food and the celebrations continued I was determined to get outside for some lovely portraits.

The rain had finally stopped and we made the most of it. We all headed outside to the local wooded area for some portraits. It was so good to get them outside and let them have a little time as the new Mr & Mrs Scales.

Before long it was time to head back in for the first dance and a great way to end another stunning wedding.

Thank you to Rachel for 2nd shooting with me on the day, top job as always.

Below are a small selection of my photos from the day,

If you are a friend or family of the bride and groom then you can view all the images here, (please just ask the bride or groom for the password). http://www.matthardyphotography.co.uk/client-area/

Thinking of getting married and looking for a photographer? If you like my style of my work then  I would love to hear from you!

Drop me an email at –  Contact@matthardyphotography.co.uk

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