“Where is Luke?” a question I posed when I arrived at the house in the morning. “Oh just at the bottom of the garden” was the reply “He’s having his breakfast”. Slightly odd but i assumed he could have taken his breakfast to the bottom of the garden to get some peace and quiet. Half of that was true but when I got to the bottom of the garden i realised he had not just popped down there with a cuppa. Luke had camped at the bottom of the garden with a couple of the groomsmen and was cooking his breakfast on a gas stove. I realised very quickly that this wedding would be a little on the different side!
What a day, what a couple! Not only are Luke and Katie fantastic but the families around them are superb. We had such a fun time from start to finish and even a little after the finish when Katies mum popped round with a good box full of all out favourite things. Sally had somehow manaaged to remember all the things we like from previous times we have been round the house: Jaffa cakes that we scoffed in her kitchen after Luke and Katie’s pre wedding shoot, chocolate fingers that we devoured on our first meeting at their house. Perfect. Anyway, enough of our box of goodies.
The wedding: I love RAF weddings, the tradition, the formality of certain parts of the day, I don’t know why but I just like it!
Here are a few shots from their day