Wedding Photographers Lake District were with Stephen and Caroline yesterday for their Wedding at Fayrer Garden Hotel in Windermere Cumbria. The day started overcast and dull which gave us cause for concern as we knew Caroline had planned a lot of activity for the day. As we arrived we remarked to them that last year, despite the terrible weather, every Wedding we had attended had enjoyed clear days and sunny rays. Would this turn out to be the same? We couldn’t believe it as the clouds cleared through the day, the sky turned into blue and white and the sun warmed everyone up. Now Wedding Photographers Lake District clearly do not control the weather but we are obviously delighted that we have all enjoyed better days.
Family had travelled in from far flung places such as Brighton but for Stephen and Caroline it wasn’t too far to travel. This was our first time at Fayrer Garden and as well as being a really cool place to get married we must say a big thank you to all the Staff who looked after everyone, including Ruth and I, so well. When Caroline first visited us and briefed us on her requirements for the wedding photography she made clear she liked colour images that are in focus! We think we may have delivered on that one! Caroline’s dress was hand made for her by Jacquie Kidd and was a stunner. The unusual wedding cake which had a rainbow sponge inside was supplied by Jackie at Celebration Cakes. Hair and Make Up was by Laura Hill. Chair and room Decor was provided by Geraldine Ophide. After the Ceremony and some formal photos the four of us headed off to Lake Windermere and a quiet little jetty as that was one of the images Caroline was very keen to get. Then it was a quick dash up to Waterhead to board the boat which took us all down to Lakeside. There an old classic coach, supplied by Cumbria Classic Coaches, awaited the Guests and after a run through the countryside delivered everyone safely back to the Hotel. Stephen stood up to give his speech and had his Mum in tears as he exclaimed his love for Caroline and told us all how they had met. To round off the day it was fireworks in the Hotel gardens and then for Ruth and I, after a 14 hour day, back home to collapse.