Laura & James’ Wedding at The Stables, Doncaster.

Laura & James’ Wedding at The Stables, Doncaster.

Last week saw us shooting Laura & James’ wedding at Swinton St Margaret’s Church then off to The Stables just on the edge of Doncaster.

There was a slight bit of nervousness about the weather for the day as all week before we’d had glorious sun and the forecast for the Saturday showed heavy rain………..all day……

Well it did start off raining…quite a lot but Laura wasn’t phased and knew no matter what the weather, it would be a great day.

Starting in Swinton for the bridal prep photography the off to the church for a 12 o’clock wedding. We met James at no other place worthy of a Swinton St Margaret’s wedding but at the Ring ‘o’ Bells pub just down the driveway to the church. In great spirits we went off with umbrellas above to get some groom, best men and usher shots. Obviously friend’s for a long time this came over in their shots.

Still raining when Laura arrived but Laura looked stunning as she walked down the aisle with her father.

As we’d been inside for a while in the church we didn’t really know what the weather was looking like outside but we had group shots on our mind so had fingers crossed for a pause in the rain.

After the ceremony we made our way outside and to our surprise the rain had stopped, so we cracked on with the group shots then quickly off to The Stables.

From then it didn’t rain for the rest of the day and actually turned out pretty good.

Don’t trust the BBC Weather app!!!

Anyway after the wedding breakfast and speeches it was off for a great night for all.

We had an amazing day and wish Laura & James all the best for their future together.

Photogenick Photography

Nick & Nic


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