For me this wedding day was always going to be an epic one, five different venues to shoot and 300 guests to organize.
The day started early at Kerrie Ann’s hair salon, taking shots of Elizabeth and her bridesmaids getting their hair styled, all ready for the big day ahead.
From the salon it was onto Elizabeth’s parents house for the final bridal preparations, I left the girls to it, and off I went to meet up with Gary and his best man at the lakeside community church for the main ceremony.
From the lakeside community church the bridal procession headed over to the Bessacarr evangelical church, for a tea and cake reception.
Then it was on to the last venue of the day and one I’d been personally looking forward to, the elegant Doncaster Mansion house, steeped in history and character this has to be one of Doncaster’s finest new wedding venues.
Being an early Roman town, a town center wedding wouldn’t be complete without a small legion of roman soldiers! and that’s exactly what Elizabeth’s mum had arranged, unknown to the very surprised Mrs Wallis.
A fantastic colourful wedding day,thank you Mr Mrs Wallis for letting me be part of it….