Anna and James had a relaxed, intimate wedding at Doxford Hall, Northumberland.
I wandered about the building for quite a while before discovering the location of the bride.
Anna was in the Earl Grey room,
Anna likes tea. ( so Earl Grey made sense in an odd sort of way).
Further wanderings about the building revealed James (the groom) and the best man,
and a violin . . .
Ah – that’s what the violin was for . . .
The violin is played as the bride enters the room . . .
But I like the landing – it’s well lit for a start,
and on a day like today – the sunlight positively floods in.
We take some family pictures.
(some photographers call these ‘the obligatory group photographs’)
It would be a shame not to take a handful of pictures of Anna and James,
so we take a gentle walk in the garden.
Anna and James ended their wedding celebration at Doxford Hall
with dinner in the George Runciman restaurant.
(don’t ask me who George Runciman is, I haven’t a clue !)
All that remains is for me to say
thank you Anna and James, for allowing me to play a tiny part in your lovely wedding day.