by taniamiller, November 24, 2020 , In Uncategorized

Wedding at Peterstone Court

Last Thursday, I met up with Judith and Rob for their long-awaited wedding at Peterstone Court. Due to latest government restrictions, they were sadly only allowed 15 guests. This meant that those from England – including Judith’s stepson James, brother Paul & some friends couldn’t attend. They had therefore arranged a zoom session for those at home to be able to view the ceremony. Petersone Court is a beautiful venue and looked stunning with lots of fairy lights and several roaring fires!

I found Judith up in her room looking lovely and all ready to meet the registrars. We made our way down the stairs and snuck her into one of the rooms avoiding any sign of Rob! Judith’s son Chris was on hand to give her away as her brother was unable to attend. It was a lovely ceremony and after 19 years together, this lovely couple were finally announced as husband and wife! This was the first wedding I attended since the March lockdown where we weren’t allowed to do a fake ‘signing of the register’. We are never allowed to photograph the official one as it’s a legal document. After a glass of bubbly, we headed outside for photos with Judith, Rob and guests. They later enjoyed a fabulous three course meal and after speeches and cutting of the cake, I left them to enjoy their evening.

I thoroughly enjoyed this wedding at Peterstone Court. It was my last one of 2020 as everything else now postponed. It was a pleasure to document Judith & Rob’s big day (and Judith 60th Birthday) and create some happy memories for them. Congratulations you guys … I wish you a long and happy marriage and hope you enjoy looking through a selection of your photos 🙂

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