Harriet had a surprise pressie for David on their wedding day.
The pressie was a Ferrari.
A cunning plan was devised, to distract David with a picture of himself and the best man,
whilst a red thing hurtled around the corner and totally surprised him.
The plan was for the rather fast red car to take David to his wedding.
so . . we move on to
Headlam Hall wedding photographs
which is probably what you came to see on this page . . .
Inside Headlam Hall, the girls are getting ready.
I am informed that the bride would like a picture with her bridesmaids,
then it all goes pear shaped someone peeks around the door,
and the whole scene descends into giggles.
Ah – the feller is waiting downstairs – that Ferrari trick got him here on time . . .
Luckily, he is then joined by a girl in a white dress
various words are spoken. Rings exchanged.
And before you know it – they’re married !!
Here are some group pictures.
Because . . . well . . .
Because some folks would like some group pictures at their weddings
and if I am asked for group pictures, I make group pictures. simple.
If you don’t want group pictures – then you don’t have to have them . . it’s up to you !
You’d like to see the room at Headlam Hall in which the wedding breakfast is held.
Well – here goes. The pictures of the room are below.
It’s a rather nice room, with an unusual barrel vaulted glass roof.
And after the meal, we have . . . speeches !
( or toasts as it’s proper to call them)
Stepping outside, we notice the most amazing sunset
There was a heck of a party atmosphere at this wedding,
a first dance in a reasonably traditional fashion,
was closely followed by a ceilidh.
If you don’t know what a ceilidh is,
it’s a ceiling spelled with a blocked nose.
Oh . . I forgot to mention,
both Harriet and David (and a large number of their friends)
are doctors. so I guess the caption for the pictures below might (not) be,
trust me, I’m a doctor. 🙂
your wedding day was the most tremendous fun,
absolutely everyone there added smiles and laughter to the day.
it was a day filled with good memories.
now I slide off into the night . . . to work on the pictures.