The wedding industry had had its. fair shares of trials and tribulations throughout lockdown and everyone from florists to cake makers to venues and all that's in-between have ben hit hard. So, it was very nice to get out with cameras in hand to photograph just what we love.
This was the wedding of Jennifer and Krishan and will live long in the memory for several reasons. First of all I was only contacted for the wedding with less than three weeks to their high day because they had been let down by their photographer. We were more than happy to step in after a wonderful recommendation from a local supplier Jo at Vintage Winter Wedding (https://www.vintagewinterweddings.com or https://www.facebook.com/vintagewinterweddings ) a massive thank you to Jo for the kind words that she spoke about us.
For us the we don't normally attend the rehearsals but, due to new rules and regulations we were invited along to see just how we are going to be able to work and stay within the government guidelines.
I have to say a massive thanks to Father Chris who was conducting the ceremony at Sacred Heart Church, Colne. It certainly was a rehersal to remember - 1st one ear where you don't get to see peoples faces and that people were stood with the prescribed 2m distance. All very strange.
The wedding day itself went off without an issue. Other than the fact that the weather did not let up all day and we were treated to one of the wettest days I have ever had the pleasure of wearing a wooden blend suit in..... After the wedding we went back to the Father of the Brides home for a small reception - party in the garden and speeches in the garage were just PERFECT for this wedding day and will live on for a long time in people memories.
Certainly was a day to remember and I wish Jennifer and Krishan all the best for the future. Here are just a few small previews of their intimate and very personal wedding.