Doxford Hall wedding
Katy-Anne and Liam were married in the Summer
that makes this a Summer wedding !!.
One little bridesmaid, her face filled with happiness, receives a gift from the bride
(The bride is the girl in tartan Pyjamas, the bridesmaid is girl on the right)
Downstairs at Doxford Hall, guests await.
Below you see the room, decked out for the wedding.
The bride arrives, preceded by bridesmaids, looking extremely happy !
Before we know it – lots of things happen
vows are made, lots of words are spoken, rings exchanged . . . you know the stuff !
and then we all hop outside into the glorious sunshine
to simply chat, mingle, enjoy the day !
A big smile, a cheer and a wave from a hundred guests.
Lots of good humour at this wedding . . .
can you see the sundial on the right ?
can you see that it has sprouted the arms of a small child ?
wierd, eh !
This place is a gift for pictures – the classical facade
with its Doric columns are a really useful compositional device
see . . . Doric columns . . . I’m edji micated
how do you spell edji cated ?
It’s a pleasure to wander about in the glorious summer sunlight.
All too soon – the day whizzes past,
there’s a wedding breakfast, there are speeches . . .
then an evening function.
With a band.
Apparently – when you’re a young boy – what you do with a band is
sit on the floor and stare at it.
A young feller with an unbearably cute wink
is found propping up the bar
Ah – this is what you do with a band . . . dance 🙂
Thank you Liam and Katy-Anne,
it was an absolute pleasure to be involved with your wedding.