Gemma & Kelvin were married at the church of St Paul and St Stephen on the Stroud Road in Gloucester. The weather forecast had slowly deteriorated during the week and Kelvin was apprehensive that the rain would not hold off…
Gemma arrived in a beautifully maintained 1938 Triumph Vitesse – one of only 4 of its type left in the world.
Afterward the ceremony, their reception and wedding breakfast was held at the home of rugby in Gloucester, the Kingsholm Stadium.
Before we arrived there however, Gemma & Kelvin had located a quiet park where they had asked their immediate family to join them for some of the more classical family group photographs – the photos which become the historical documents of the future.
Once we had completed these and the rest of the family left the park, we spent a pleasant 20 minutes or so getting the more personal photographs and the couple, the park and the car did not disappoint. As the owner of the Triumph observed, Gemma and the car gave us an Audrey Hepburn moment.
Minutes after we got to the Kingsholm grounds and finished a couple of shots on the turf, the weather finally broke and chucked it down. But by then it didn’t matter.
The complete galleries can be seen HERE
We met Juliette way back last year but had not even spoken with Kieran until we all met up for their PreShoot in Clifton, Bristol towards the end of July.
They are a smashing couple, full of beaming smiles and game for a giggle or two.
We met by the Gromit on Sion Hill, where it appears much of Bristol had also decided to meet…
Here’s a few images and the full gallery is available for those who know the password. Click Here.
We knew instantly when we met Manisha & Rob late last year that theirs was going to be a fun wedding. It seems to us that they both have a bit of a sense of humour and when we did their pre-shoot near M Shed in Bristol’s main harbour, our suspicions were confirmed…
The shoot was after they finished worked on a Monday evening and it appears that the harbour area is the preferred location for half the joggers in the city. We found the safest way to avoid being trampled was to stand perfectly still and make full eye contact with the fast approaching ipod and trainer set.
After a brief chat and demonstration on how to look even more beautiful than ever (we’re talking Manisha here [sorry Rob 🙂 ]), we set off slowly in the general direction of the railway sidings. It was very cold – fast becoming the dominant feature of British springs and summers – yet Rob & Manisha stoically refused to be beaten by the chill. No star-jumps for them to keep warm!
The full set of their photos can be seen HERE. Ask Manisha or Rob if you need the password.