Storybook wedding album from unusual wedding in Lake District

fun wedding photography in the Lake District

back and front cover of Lake District wedding storybook

Emma & Luke piled into my car to join four special friends on Lake Windermere while we were waiting for their wedding venue to open, following their midday ceremony at Kendal Register Office. After a snack of crisps and ice-cream, the bride and groom and their entourage clambered aboard the road-train to go the the the Island Cruise boat at Bowness. There was a huge queue, but everyone kindly allowed the wedding party to board first and get the best seats on the top deck at the front.  The Captain sneaked up to me to ask what the bride and groom were called, then made a surprise public announcement welcoming the new Mr. and Mrs. onboard, cheered on by the Japanese tourists who in turn snapped away with their own cameras too.  On the way back the road-train driver kindly allowed the bride and groom to pose for pictures inside his cab, so they were both made to feel like stars for the day.

This album aims to show what a fun time everyone had at Emma & Luke’s wedding in the Lake District on Wednesday 31 August 2011.

bride getting ready for her wedding in the Lake District

Emma's bright red hair looks spectacular as she gets ready for her wedding

storybook of bride descending the stairs and arrivals at her wedding ceremony in Kendal

bride descending the stairs and arrivals at her wedding ceremony in Kendal

wedding ceremony at Kendal Register Office

Emma and Luke getting married

wedding storybook

Exchange of rings and signing the register

wedding storybook

the witnesses pose while the violinist plays live in the background

wedding storybook

Meet the newly-weds!

big group shot and throwing the bouquet

Now the real fun can begin...

 

wedding photos in storybook album

last few pics outside the register office

wedding storybook  with photography taken in the Lake District

Pic with the girls! Then off to Windermere for an ice-cream!

fun wedding pictures

This was fun!

unusual wedding photos by Lake Windermere

Off to catch the boat for a cruise round the islands on Lake Windermere

unusual wedding pictures

Emma and Luke are allowed to jump the queue to get the best seats!

wedding photos on a boat on Windermere

Life on the ocean wave...well Lake Windermere!

wedding photography by Lake Windermere

Back on dry land...

unusual wedding photos in Cumbria

the return journey

the road train back

The road-train back and reflections on wedding car petrol cap

wedding photography in the Lake District

Just spotted this stone arch in the lane Burnside Cricket Club (the wedding venue)

photos at wedding reception venue in Kendal

Flowers for groom's Mum

 

family wedding photos in Kendal at Burnside Cricket Club

happy family wedding photos

wedding photography in Kendal

wedding group photos on the grass at the cricket club wedding venue

fun wedding photos

more fun chasing the bouquet

wedding photos with bridesmaid and best man

Best Man and Bridesmaid , groom with his Mum, and bridesmaid with Richard

photos inside wedding venue in Kendal

Couldn't resist this delicious home-made food and seeing the kids dance like this

wedding cake and dancing

time for wedding cake and dancing!

first dance wedding pictures

Oh so much in love!

cutting the wedding cake

wedding cake love...

natural wedding photos

love the way the kids help grandma with the cake afterwards

first dance picture on last page of wedding storybook

Sealed with a real kiss: the end! (only of this chapter...)

See here to contact Elaine of Reel Life Photos about your wedding or visit http://www.reellifephotos.co.uk to see loads and loads more wedding photos! – in the galleries, All Day Wedding Pictures and storybook

xx Elaine and Cuban videoman Jorge

2 Responses to “Storybook wedding album from unusual wedding in Lake District”

  1. Pierre Says:

    Nice country wedding! love it!

  2. ReelLifePhotos Says:

    Thanks Pierre. Am about to add a new wedding – an outdoor wedding ceremony in the woods in the middle of winter in the UK (Leeds). Although in the UK to be considered a legal wedding all ceremonies have to take place under a roof for which a wedding licence has been paid, this couple did the legal bit first, but consider this day to be their true wedding day. Am hopeful you will find that wedding interesting too. xx Elaine (Reel Life Photos)

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