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  • Writer's pictureOctober Willis

Wedding Photography at Grange Farm, Wittering, UK

Megan and Dan - Wittering, Cambridgeshire

From the moment we walked into Megan's parents' home and saw the most amazing breakfast spread - we knew this day was going to be something special!

Bridal preparations were under way, so James and I headed upstairs to photograph the dresses and accessories. Megan had chosen a stunning ivory long-sleeved lace gown with a bardot neckline from Mori Lee at Unique Bride in Norfolk. The bridesmaids' dresses were also from Mori Lee in Ivory satin, echoing the style of the wedding dress. The flowers from Pollen Floristry complimented the outfits perfectly - Megan had a beautiful teardrop collection of ivory roses and freesias, simple yet very elegant. The bridesmaids carried posies of ivory roses, accented with the occasional blush pink rose. The men were looking dapper dressed in traditional top hats and tails hired from Robert Goddard in Wisbech. This day continued to ooze glamour when a vintage Rolls Royce Silver Cloud arrived to drive Megan and her Dad to the church.

It was standing room only as the guests completely filled the small stone church in Cotterstock village. As the bridesmaids led the way down the aisle, Megan followed on her Dad's arm - there wasn't a dry eye in the house.

The bells are ringing as the new Mr & Mrs Santoro emerge from the church, the confetti starts flying. Everyone is smiling and laughing as they make their way to

at Wittering.

Megan and Daniel had put a huge amount of effort into every aspect of their celebration, planning little surprises throughout the day - our favourite of these had to be the arrival of the helicopter! As a surprise for Dan, Megan had arranged for the Robinson R66 to pick them up from the church and fly them to the reception venue. Before the transport arrived, we took advantage of the time to create to gorgeous portraits of the happy couple.

Once the Helicopter landed we made the most of the few minuets we had to take some stunning images. We then jumped into our car and, in true Dukes of Hazard style, raced to the venue so we could photograph the newlyweds arriving in style.

We spent the rest of the evening capturing those precious little moments as they unfolded. From the cutting of the amazing cake by Couture Cakes to the first dance and everything in between!

We loved being part of this special day with such lovely families and we're looking forward to seeing everyone again when we soon fly out to photography Megan's sister's wedding in Spain.


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