Saxmundham wedding photography of Jackey & Trevor

Saxmundham wedding photography of Jackey & Trevor

This was always going to be a belter of a Suffolk wedding! And it didn’t disappoint. Jackey and Trevor had put a huge amount of work into the planning of this wedding and they stamped their personality all over it. It was all the simple things, done right – a marquee in a field, with good food, lots to drink and lots of good family and friends and it worked brilliantly. You can’t ask for better than that. The weather, as ever, played it’s part – it showed a lot of promise and almost very nearly delivered. But not quite and kept us on toes. Not enough to temper the day but enough to get Jckey’s immaculately well groomed horse to have a bit of muddy roll just before his photo shoot.

And not to be left out, the dogs had their moment with their dapper little orange bow ties. Horses played their part earlier in the day as a stunning carriage being pulled by two fantastic Suffolk Punches brought Jackey to the church and took Jackey and Trevor off to the reception. The carriage took them to the field where Arnie (the horse) usually has the place to himself. Today he has to share it with a few marquees, a bucking bronco and a bouncy castle and a few tents for those who could only manage a short stagger home after the wedding! The sign of a good wedding is laughter and the day rang out with it, it was a real joy to be a part of. “Here’s to good friends …until then …”

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4 Comments

  • Carol Ryland

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    Lovely wedding filled with lovely people, great memory’s and fab photos xxx

    23rd July 2013 at 10:16 pm
  • Paula

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    Simply fabulous photos……Such a superb wedding! Pxxxx

    23rd July 2013 at 9:17 pm
  • Bob Foyers

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    It was a fantastic wedding and the photo do it justice! Great photos.

    23rd July 2013 at 3:16 pm
  • Martin

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    A mega post, but then it looks like it was a mega wedding! Great to see all the animals – it really was a rustic day out. Love that opening portrait with the horse especially. I can honestly say I’ve never seen a wedding photo like it before!

    15th July 2013 at 12:46 pm

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