Sean and Candice – The real thing

It has already been over a month since Sean & Candice were in our viewfinders on their special day, but the memories of that wedding will be imprinted in our minds for a very long time!

What had started out as a beautiful sunny day turned into a typical Midlands winter afternoon, mist and all. We got there a bit earlier than required so that we could photograph all the amazing decor that Candice had put together and laid out in perfect position. We loved her attention to detail, organisation and creativity, and so decided to get as many pics of it as we could!

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ImageImageImageImageCandice obviously started getting ready way before Sean, so I decided to help Denise with a few of the photos that needed taking. This turned out to be so easy, due to Candice being so organised and making life so easy for us, that it wasn’t long before I was just getting in the way, and so went off to take the pics of Sean getting ready with his handsom little boy Lake.

The chapel at The Windmills, the venue in The natal Midlands, basically has glass walls, making it slightly more difficult to get great shots with the amount of light in the backround all the time. Denise and I enjoyed the challenge and managed to get some great shots of the ceremony.

Other than a little Lake not wanting to leave his parents side (the poor little guy didn’t want to be with anyone else), the ceremony was amazing, and Sean and Candice were now officially husband and wife.

Because the weather decided not to play ball on this very special day, our hopes for an outdoor bridal shoot were shattered. This didn’t stop us or our bridal couple from having lots of fun with all the mirrors in the different rooms at The Windmills!

Ok, I don’t want to go more overboard than I already have with all the photos, but I’m just so happy with how these have all come out!

It was an absolute pleasure working with Sean and Candice, who made our jobs so much easier by being the awesome people that they are! We wish you both all the best for your future together.

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